Anthony Bourdain claimed this iconic dive as his ultimate Miami retreat, and he’s not alone. After more than 50 years in the business, this South Beach institution still packs in the locals with an impossible-to-beat BOGO happy hour that runs every day from 8 am (seriously) to 7 pm. You’ll want to bring cash to the no-frills spot, where smoking is still allowed, but credit cards are not. Surprisingly, Deuce has even got a phone. The place is pleasantly out of character for the area—only a block from the beach—and “varied” doesn’t even begin to define the eclectic mix of South Beach residents that assemble here nightly. The Deuce attracts the motliest, trendiest, scariest clientele of any bar in Miami, from transsexual hookers and down-and-out locals to nightclub glitterati and slumming stars. (Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain has frequently praised this location.) We’ve been defeated at the pool by a wild blonde, exchanged smokes with a real-life cowboy, and traded shots of JD with an erotic fiction writer. If you’ve ever wanted to play a minor character in a Charles Bukowski narrative, this is the place to do it. Mac’s Club Deuce has a moderate noise level. You can dress up casually and hit the bar. This venue provides pool tables for entertainment, which adds to the fun factor in this place. Club Deuce provides Garage Parking and Street Parking for their patrons. So, if you visit this bar, you won’t have to worry about where to park. Free Wi-Fi is available at the scene and a Juke Box as well. Best nights at this bar are usually on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Smoking is allowed inside the bar, and dogs are allowed as well. So, you can bring your dog friends inside the bar. There is a TV present at the venue, which adds to the audio-visual experience of this bar.