Purdy Lounge

The Purdy Lounge in South Beach is a favorite hot spot for locals and young professionals in Miami, as well as for visitors seeking some of the city's best nightlife. The lounge provides plenty of entertainment when DJs spin the latest in reggae and retro music, and there's live music on scheduled nights throughout the week.

The atmosphere at Purdy Lounge Miami is laid-back, despite its location in the trendy, high-end South Beach district. Friendly staff, a pool table, and a variety of board games add extra options for entertainment. If you're looking for a unique night spot during a Miami vacation, this one is well worth considering.

The decor at the Purdy Lounge is not what you might expect from a South Beach club. Overstuffed sofas, plastic chairs shaped like hands, a curvy wooden bar, chrome accessories, subdued candlelight, and lava lamps give Purdy Lounge in South Beach a sultry mood. The decor, music, overall atmosphere, and some of the best drinks in town at reasonable prices make the lounge an ideal setting for late-night entertainment.

Purdy Lounge Miami is ranked sixth on the world's best 100 bar list, keeping it a busy nightspot into the early morning hours. Purdy Lounge is open Monday through Friday from 3 pm to 5 am, and Saturday and Sunday from 6 pm until 5 am, 365 days a year. The drinks are strong, the music is cool, and the atmosphere is hot. Weekends are busy, and visitors can expect to wait in line for entrance on Saturday nights.

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