Al Capone once drank and gambled at the century-old Road, which holds the oldest liquor license in Miami-Dade County. These days it’s renowned as a live music venue—blues legends such as 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 $13 lobster special. Patrons are advised to heed the management’s advice and drink responsibly… using both hands.
|Venue name:||Tobacco Road (CLOSED)||Contact:|
626 S Miami Ave
|Cross street:||at SW 7th St|
|Opening hours:||11.30am–5am daily|
|Transport:||Bus 6, 8|