Miami’s self-described “only authentic speakeasy,” the Blind Pig, is certainly a departure from the former drinking establishments that occupied its space—PS14 and Railroad Blues. The 1920s prohibition-themed bar is just walking distance from downtown Miami’s 24-hour district, and is a good spot to either start or end the night with some light bites and craft cocktails. What the bar lacks in indoor space it makes up for with an airy backyard, where there’s plenty of room to sit or circulate. But, at times, Blind Pig struggles with inconsistency and clashes with its ‘20s theme, something that’s evident in the bar’s music, which tends to be more modern than one might expect from its vintage vibes.
|Venue name:||Blind Pig|
28 NE 14th St
|Cross street:||at NE Miami Ct|
|Opening hours:||Thu–Sat 5pm–2am|
|Transport:||Metrorail to School Board Station|
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