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The best strip clubs in Miami for a wild night out

Miami’s best strip clubs prove that the 305 is definitely the twerking capital of the world

Falyn Wood
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Ryan Pfeffer
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Falyn Wood
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The best strip clubs in Miami run the gamut, from over-the-top pyrotechnic shows with aerialists and rap star talent to cozier joints where the service is friendly and the shows are more laidback and approachable. No matter the vibe you’re after, rest assured you’ll be making it rain: Strip clubs are embedded into the fabric of this city, inspiring the likes of 2 Live Crew and an entire Miami Bass movement, so the competition is fierce. Sure, you’ll have a great time at Miami’s best bars or the hottest South Beach clubs, but no comprehensive tour of Miami’s nightlife is complete without a sampling of the bootyshaking that’s made the 305 so famous.

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Scarlett’s in Hallandale Beach packs in seven stages of some serious twerking talent. The late-night crowd here is strong on the weekends (thanks to the 8am closing time on Friday and Saturday). Brace for what’s normally a $20 cover fee at the door and a dress code that forbids shorts and sandals for dudes. Every Sunday, Monday and Tuesday certain bottles are $150—which is actually a good deal for strip clubs

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This classic Miami strip joint is known to serve some surprisingly tasty food. Tootsie’s features a full-service restaurant that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner (Rick Ross apparently loves their lemon pepper wings). The club itself is absolutely huge and also quite impressive with four bars, over 300 TVs and a 400-square-foot main stage. If you’re brave enough, the prime rib is $5.95 every Monday.

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E11even is much more than a strip club thanks to huge music bookings, crazy lights and live aerial acrobatics. 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—many of them—swinging around on poles, collecting dollar bills in thongs that leave little to the imagination. Private dances are available upstairs too.

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Strip club aficionados have been going to Cheetah for years. The sizable, fully nude club has six stages, three different levels, a cigar selection and—of course—a small army of talented dancers. Admission is on the more affordable end: free until 7pm, $10 from 7 to 9pm and $20 after 9pm daily. And get this: The club does free lunch every day from 11:30am to 3pm.

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Gold Rush is the second coming of an infamous Miami strip club that used to live in Downtown. Gold Rush 2.0 offers only a small sampling of the mayhem that used to go down there, but this club still knows how to party. The vibe is club-like with plenty of flashing LED lights and a lit DJ, but rest assured the dancers go all in and the service is top-notch.

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The fellas get on stage and shake it for some cash at this Miami institution. LaBare is a favorite for bachelorette parties or anyone trying to bring their Magic Mike fantasies to life. They offer some not-too-shabby party packages for groups of five to eight guests, and all parties receive a bottle of free house champagne just for showing up.

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You will see some insane things at G5ive, where the dancers perform wild stunts on a nightly basis. It gets nuts here, and if you want a night that feels like a rap video, well, this might be your best bet. One time we saw a video from G5ive where a dancer shot fire from a, uh, certain area.

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Bellas is a cabaret near the airport on Miami River that hits just the right balance between classy and divey. Devotees rave about the laid-back vibes, nice-looking (fully nude) women, cheaper drinks and substantial cigar menu. Plus, Pink Pussycat and Booby Trap are right next door, meaning you’re bound to find something you like.

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The Office is a slightly smaller strip club, but this place still has a full kitchen and bar. Things get pretty cozy on weekend nights when the place usually gets packed with a standing-room-only crowd. The Office is only a 10-minute drive from Hard Rock Stadium if your crew is trying to get rowdy after watching the Dolphins lose.

This petite, centrally located strip club earns praise for its cleanliness, body positivity, friendly staff and good vibes. Cover charge will only set you back $20 (or $10 on weekdays), and there’s free parking on-site. Despite its smaller size, Foxxy Lady doesn’t skip out on popular amenities like a food buffet (free on Fridays 5pm–midnight) and hookah service.

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Located in Coral Gables off Bird Road, Playmates has stepped up its game in recent months under new ownership. It’s more of a laidback and approachable party vibe here, but you can still expect bottle service, a VIP room, a full kitchen, hookah and, of course, friendly, fully nude dancers.

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