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Gramps Bar

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  • Wynwood
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  • 5 out of 5 stars
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    Photograph: Courtesy Gramps/Valerie Petralia
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    Photograph: Courtesy Gramps/Valerie Petralia
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    Photograph: Courtesy Gramps/Valerie Petralia
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    Photograph: Courtesy Gramps/Valerie Petralia

Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

The sign out front says it all: air conditioning, beer and cocktails. What more could you want in perpetually hot Miami? Perhaps weekly karaoke or a variety of local brews on tap? Don't forget the cocktails too (especially the Moscow mule). After a couple of those, walk outside and grab a slice from Gramps own tiny restaurant, Pizza Tropical. This Wynwood bar—which has stayed amazingly true to its character in the trendy art district—is popular for a reason and also hosts live comedy (Hannibal Buress and Eric Andre have stopped by for surprise sets) and live music from rising stars like Angel Olsen and Mitski.   

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil


176 NW 24th St
Cross street:
between N Miami Ave and NW 2nd Ave
Bus 2, 6, 32
Opening hours:
Sun–Wed 11am–1am; Thu–Sat 11am–3pm
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Laidback Wynwood watering hole Gramps keeps programming fresh and eclectic every day of the week. On Thursdays, the spotlight turns to some of Miami’s fiercest drag performers, from well-seasoned mainstays to emerging talent and more experimental characters. The well-attended weekly hosted by beloved bearded queen Karla Croqueta continues to turn out one of the city’s most consistently on-point live shows, drag or otherwise. Resident DJs Hottpants and Zehno keep the bodies moving in between sets.

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