Nightclubs in Miami: Top 10 Nightclubs to Party Through the Night

Nightclubs are the crown jewels of Miami’s nightlife. They are lively, loud, and fun. If you are looking to enjoy the nightlife in Miami and have a wild night dress up in your favorite clothes and head out to one of Miami’s famous nightclubs. There is going to de dancing, drinking, partying and of course, food.  Miami is known for its nightclubs.

You can dance all night and drink as much as you want! Clubbing is extremely fun with friends so bring a few people along.

 Here is our list of the top 10 nightclubs in Miami, Florida.

Top 10 Nightclubs in Miami

1. LIV Miami


LIV is one of Miami's most famous and exclusive nightclubs. It is known for its A-list celebrity performances. The list includes Justin Bieber, Travis Scott, Skrillex, Nicki Minaj, and Lil Wayne. They also host elaborate shows like Victoria Secret’s fashion show.

With its six-figure bottle service, it is the main attraction of Fountaine Bleau Hotel. They have recently added 400 digitally controlled LED panels to create choreographed light shows that take up the club’s entire domed ceiling and give visitors a 360-degree experience.

Located on the bottom floor of Fontainebleau Hotel, 4441, Collins Ave, Miami, LIV has pioneered nightlife in Miami. LIV Miami is quite expensive, however, your experience will make it worth the money.
Entry fee: General admission varies depending on the DJ and night, ranging from $30 to $80. For more A-list acts, the fee can be as high as $100
Timings: Wed-Sun, 11 pm – 5 am, Monday and Tuesday closed

2. Mango’s Tropical Café


Mango's Tropical Café is a tropical-themed nightclub located on Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. It blends the fun of clubbing with elements of Latin and Caribbean cultures, making an awesome mix. It is a unique nightclub in Miami that offers elaborate performances with beautiful, bright costumes inspired by Latin and Caribbean cultures. A

There are going to Tropicana-style dancers, belly dancers, the Mangos Dancers,and a Thriller show. Mango’s Tropical Café has bachata and Cuban conga, Brazilian samba cumbia, and House music. The atmosphere is lively and dynamic. The club offers salsa dancing lessons as well.

Mango’ Tropical Café has a great selection of drinks and food. Their specialty is in line with their theme- Caribbean food. They have Caribbean creole chicken and shrimp, roasted margarita chicken, churrasco, Cuban-style “masitas de puerco”, and many such exquisite dishes. They also have classics like burgers, tacos, and flatbreads.

They have many events planned throughout the year which can be tracked on their website-
Timings: Mon- Tues 11:45 am- 10 pm, Sat-Sun 11:00 am – 10 pm, Music and  Entertainment till 5 am
Entry Fee:  $5 - $20; Cover Charge Applies After 8 PM

3. Story


If you want to enjoy celebrity performances like that in LIV, but do not wish to spend as much money, Story is the place for you. It is owned and managed by the same people who run LIV Miami. The 27,000-square-foot club is known for iconic performances by A-listers such as Travis Scott and Drake. Story is particularly known as Miami’s premier Hip Hop club.

It has over 60 VIP booths and a stage and lighting system like that of LIV. Five full-service bars will make sure that you don’t have to wait in order to get a drink, and aerial dancers keep the atmosphere of the club lively.

Story is located at 136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach in Miami, Florida.
Timings: Tue–Sun, 11 pm–5 am
Entry Fee: $20- $40, depending on the DJ and/or performers

4. Basement


Located on Collins Ave, in Miami Beach, it is one of the most famous and exclusive nightclubs on Miami Beach. It is known for its celebrity and influencer sightings. The club has a remarkable DJ line-up, live dancers, and a state-of-the-art sound, and lighting system.

But what makes Basement different from all the other Miami nightclubs is that apart from drinks, music, and dancing, it also offers a 2000 square-feet ice-skating rink and a bowling alley.

Basement Bowl is a two-lane bowling alley that has visually pleasing color-changing lighting effects. The bowling alley also has a bar and snacks counter. The bowling alley and ice skating rink are open from 5 pm to 12 are from Thursday to Saturday.

You must be older than 21 years after 8 pm.
Timings: Thu-Sat, 5 pm to 12 am
Entry fee:  $60

5. E11even


Located at the 11th St. in Miami, E11even is just a few minutes from South Beach and is one of the premier nightclubbing destinations in Maimi. E11even is vibrant with live performances, dancing, groovy music, and iconic DJs. The club has also seen performances by the likes of Nicki Minaj and Usher.

The downtown club has four-full service bars and private VIP rooms and dining areas. Enjoy mouth-watering dishes at Rooftop, E11even’s renowned restaurant. It has a store where you can buy exclusive E11even merch to commemorate your night.

This 13,500 square-foot huge club is known for its dancers, EDM music, extensive bar and snacks menu, rooftop restaurants, and crazy parties.
Timings: Open 24/7
Entry fee: $20 onwards

6. Club Space


Located in 11th St., Miami, Club Space is an after-hours nightclub. It serves liquor at all hours, hence you do not need to worry about timings. The upstairs terrace in Club Space is its main attraction. You can party here while watching the sunset or rise. The first floor has the DJ and dance floor that keeps you grooving with the latest tracks.

Club Space has a shop where you can purchase t-shirts, caps, etc. The club organizes various events such as special DJ nights.
Timings: Sat-Sun 7 pm – 4 pm
Entry fee: $20- $40

7. Floyd


Floyd is situated in the same building as Club Space but it is entirely different. While Club Space is more suitable if you want to party away your night, Floyd has a more intimate, cocktail-bar atmosphere.

The club is decorated with comfortable couches for lounging, gorgeous chandeliers, and vintage decorations. International DJs play here regularly and occasionally you can enjoy jazz.  It is perfect for an after-party or if you want to go dancing but do not like loud clubs.
Timings: Thu–Sat 10 pm–4 am
Entry fee: $10- $15

8. Tucandela Bar


Tucandela is another Latin American themed club in Miami. It has reggaeton and salsa, bachata, and cumbia and plays Pitbull and Daddy Yankee.

Tucandela is actually two nightclubs combined in one. Baru is located down a connecting staircase. The crowds are huge and fun-loving. DJ Andres Ferro plays the grooviest tunes to keep you in the dancing mood.
Timings: Thu, Fri, Sat 11 pm to 5 am
Entry fee: $20

9. Do Not Sit On The Furniture


Do Not Sit On The Furniture is an unconventional nightclub located in the party-crazy South Beach area. Unlike all the other South Beach clubs, this club is intimate, cozy and hosts yoga and meditation sessions in its backyard. This dimly-lit nightclub has a disco ball shark that adds to its overall organic, upbeat vibe.

Do Not Sit On The Furniture offers a unique take on the nightlife scene by inculcating culture and sophistication with the elements of nightclubbing. You can also host private events here.
Timings: Wed-Sun, 7 pm to 12 am
Entry fee: $10

10. Wynwood Factory


Located inside an old sugar factory, Wynwood Factory takes pride in its 20,000 square-feet terrace overlooking Wynwood and Miami beach. It has open-air creative spaces for concerts and food and art festivals.

There are two fully functioning bars and the service is excellent. Wynwood Factory is no stranger to witnessing the best international DJs playing at its club.

You can host private events here.
Timings: Sun 10 pm – 5 am
Entry fee: $10- $20
Are you planning to visit any of these alluring nightclubs in Miami? Let us know in the comments.

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