Best strip clubs in Miami
Options abound at this spacious club with about seven stages and female dancers of all shapes, sizes and backgrounds. Come early and you might be disappointed as it's mostly a late-night crowd that visits Scarlett's—things don't really get going until after 2am and don't wind down until 8am. There's a $20 cover at the door but groups who purchase bottles can often avoid the fee. It's a casual spot but be wary of the dress code: only those in proper attire (dress shoes and pants for men) will be allowed in.
This up-and-coming hot spot in South Beach is already making waves. Even R&B singer Trey Songz has put in a surprise appearance. In this combined sports bar and strip club the dancers aren’t nude (due to local regulations), and they don’t need to be: Many are beautiful talents from King of Diamonds and already well known. Whether you want to smoke the hookah or watch football or basketball on one of the many TVs, the club offers areas to do both inside and outside. Plus, it has a secret back room where guests can buy bottle service, listen to the DJ and enjoy a private dance.
Miami's most popular male strip club lives up to the hype: the men are hot, the dance moves on point (expect some Magic Mike-style action) and the crowds friendly. Lap dances are available off and on the stage (perfect for a bachelorette party) and tend to be more fun and playful than rowdy and raunchy. Beyond the beautiful bods, LaBare offers groups of ladies added incentives, such as a complimentary bottle of champagne when you celebrate your birthday at the club. The club also has a second location in Fort Lauderdale.
So, E11even is technically not a strip club. But the 24/7 nightlife juggernaut has enough characteristics of a strip club that it's also technically not not a strip club. For example, there are topless dancers—dozens of them—swinging around on poles, collecting dollar bills in thongs that leave little to the imagination. Private dances are available upstairs too. All of this, combined with live performances from names like Drake, Diplo and more make E11even one of the most unique nightlife experiences in town.
With world-class exotic dancing talents swinging from ceilings, dropping to poles and sliding into splits, King of Diamonds (or KOD as the usuals call it) regularly outdoes the field. A full bar offers top-shelf liquor like Hennessey, Cîroc and Crown Royal; the menu brings the likes of satisfying quesadillas, chicken, burgers, steak and shrimp. When you visit, don’t be surprised to come across Rick Ross and other celebs.
Tootsie's has it all, from a 400-square-foot mainstage to private rooms to a full-service restaurant that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner (regulars swear by Tootsie’s lemon pepper chicken wings). The former warehouse space is one of the largest gentlemen’s clubs in Miami and nearly every inch of this colossal venue is covered in plush red velvet. The upstairs area is best suited for customers interested in a quiet meal (it’s free to enter before 7pm) while the large main area is busy and bustling. The upside to sticking with the crowds? You won’t feel pressured to splurge on a lap dance. Tootsie’s is around the corner from a church, but nobody judges you in Miami.
This hot spot is certainly popular with celebs: Jason Derulo and Floyd “Money” Mayweather both have made guest appearances, among others. Fairly new, G5ive has some of the best exotic dancers. With the DJ spinning hip-hop’s hottest tunes, dancers show off acrobatic skills in extraordinary performances. If you think G5ive is for men, you’re wrong. Like all the strip clubs in Miami, it’s a co-ed, so don’t be afraid to take your spouse
Its name is not hyperbole—Wonderland is a place full of wondrous surprises. It's not unusual to see ladies getting lap dances from other women (you'll even see them chatting each other up sometimes) or to find co-ed groups gathered around one of the many big-screen TVs to watch a title boxing match or basketball game. It's not just about the exotic dancers here, although they are stunning and talented. Admission is free on Tuesday nights when you sign up online.
Expect to rub elbows and other body parts with more than just the dancers at the quaint, boutique-like establishment, especially on weekend nights when it draws the largest crowds. A full kitchen and bar provide your pick of cocktails, food. The real reason you're here: the chance to appreciate some of the city’s most talented dancers who regularly break it down to songs by Miami’s Uncle Luke— the rapper famous for the best booty-shaking music there is.
The state-of-the-art sports and adult entertainment complex is among the most versatile in the city: it will host your bachelor party, divorce party or corporate meeting. In part, it’s the friendly service and inexpensive drinks that make this place appealing to all types of crowds. An even bigger draw is the range in facilities, including six stages across three levels, as well as VIP areas and a sports lounge. In the heart of Hallandale Beach, Cheetah also has sister clubs Cheetah Palm Beach and Cheetah Pompano Beach.
Offering a valet and corporate-looking exterior (don’t let that fool you), Dean’s hosts bachelor parties for those celebrating their last night being single and a VIP network for loyal customers. While watching talented, sexy dancers, you can enjoy happy hour daily from 3 to 8 pm. One of the most sought-after strip clubs in Miami, it sold recently for more than $23.5 million to new owners who plan to redevelop the 2.2 acres of land it sits on.