DIY Bar Crawl in Brickell
The neighborhood’s known for some of the best dives in town, but even upscale watering holes offer a deal most nights of the week. A $6 PBR-Jameson shot combo at Blackbird Ordinary ought to get the ball rolling. From there, you’re a stone’s throw from raucous fun at local legend Tobacco Road, or the laidback, fire-lit scene at Fado, Miami’s favorite Irish pub. Either way, you’re wallet won’t feel a thing. By now you’re ready for a leisurely stroll (accidental hand-brushing not required, but strongly encouraged). Take advantage of the walkway, and take your time. You might end up at RedBar for a gallery night. You may pop over to Cavas for a free wine tasting. Or you may just keep on walking.
Blackbird Ordinary, 729 Southwest 1st Avenue (between 7th and 8th Streets); 305-671-3307
Tobacco Road, 626 South Miami Avenue (between 6th and 7th Streets); 305-374-1198
Fado Irish Pub, 900 South Miami Avenue (at Southwest 9th Street); 786-924-0972.
RedBar Gallery, 52 Southwest 10th Street (between Southwest 1st and South Miami Avenues); 786-316-0303.
Cavas, 900 South Miami Avenue (at Southwest 9th Street); 305-372-8027.
Photos: Courtesy Blackbird Ordinary, Cavas, Fado, RedBar, Tobacco Road