Al Capone once drank and gambled at the 94-year-old 'Road', which holds the oldest liquor licence in Miami-Dade County. These days it's renowned as a live music venue - blues legends like John Lee Hooker and Buddy Guy have played here. But even when the stages are silent, the former speakeasy still qualifies as one of the finest - and grittiest - drinking establishments around. The food's good too: stop by on Tuesday for the $15 lobster special. Patrons are advised to heed the management's advice and drink responsibly… using both hands.