Everything you need to know about visiting Basement Miami (2901 Collins Ave, Miami Beach FL 33140).
Prepare to be wowed as you walk through the beautifully renovated lobby of the EDITION on Miami Beach. But don’t get distracted. Make a left and head down the stairs until you reach Basement, the ultra hip nightclub nestled underground. Even though it’s just a few years old, Basement has quickly become one of the hottest clubs on Miami Beach. And its success is thanks to one big, colorful thing: personality.
Bowling at Basement
Most nightclubs have a dance floor. Few nightclubs have a bowling alley. But Basement is not like most nightclubs, to say the least. The club has four technicolor blowing lanes that are a popular attraction for patrons. The lanes are open Thursday through Saturday. Guests can enjoy drinks and music while they roll and you can reserve your own lane at Basement’s website.
Skating at Basement
And just in case bowling isn’t your thing, Basement boasts another popular attraction: an indoor skating rink. We don’t have a lot of those in Miami. The 2,000 square foot rink is available to club guests and skates are available to rent. The ice often feels like a small club itself, lighting up in different shades of neon like an old school disco. And don't worry: people won't laugh when you eat it.
Music at Basement
The DJs at Basement rarely fail to impress. On the weekends you’ll hear a good amount of hip-hop and open format in addition to some good ol’ Miami house music. The dance floor is big and usually full of swaying, beautiful people. Occasionally, big names stop by. Carl Cox, Talib Kweli and more have performed.
Our Miami editorial team is constantly updating and reviewing the best attractions, activities and venues across the city, so that you're always in the know, with the best of Miami at your fingertips. Basement Miami was most recently updated with new tips on June 27, 2017.