Posted on Wednesday 08/26/09.
Tobacco Road the oldest of Miami bars & nightlife. It has been around for over 95 years and has survived countless hurricanes, the Great Depression, the Prohibition and riots. The infamous gangster Al Capone was a regular at Tobacco Road Miami during the Prohibition. Tobacco Road Miami has an upstairs Cabaret area that has red walls, velvet sofas and framed black and white photos of Miami and its residents throughout the years. The Miami bars & nightlife Cabaret is open to the public and has a full bar and a stage.
If you prefer, you have the option to sit in the outside patio which is filled with umbrella-shaded tables. Tobacco Road Miami serves cocktails everyday until 5:00 AM. Musicians perform at Tobacco Road Miami 7 nights a week. A diverse crowd or professionals, local musicians, students, politicians and tourists, makes up the essence and unique Miami bars & nightlife vibe.
For more information, visit tobacco-road.com or call 305-374-1198
626 South Miami Ave