This open-air restaurant and Mezcaleria is located in the same building as ATV Records, one of Miami’s greatest dance clubs. This venue is excellent for meeting with friends in a private yet energetic environment before dancing the night away at ATV, Club Space, or other Downtown nightclubs nearby, thanks to its abundance of hanging plants and palm trees and substantial horseshoe booths, and a long bar. The previous first floor of Wynwood dance music institution Electric Pickle has been transformed into a more sophisticated mezcal bar. Melinda’s has a cosy atmosphere, with leather booths and wooden tables. It’s more of a sit-and-drink affair than a stand-up-and-mingle one. The cocktails are all centred on mescal, and there’s even mescal slushy that’s actually rather nice and not nearly as dubious as it sounds (get it and all other drinks 50 percent off during happy hour from 6 pm to 9 pm.) There’s a modest menu of bar nibbles (nachos, chips, and Crudo plates), and, when you’re done, you can still stroll outside, mount the stairs, and find yourself dancing into the small hours at the Pickle. It’s a perfect Wynwood match. Melinda’s is a relaxed neighbourhood diner and cocktail lounge set in a beautiful courtyard urban paradise. Wood-fired oven specialities, a raw bar, and elevated bar fare are all on the menu. They take reservations as well. So, if you need to book tables, feel free to contact the venue page. All the staff at this venue are fully vaccinated. Melinda’s accepts credit cards and apple pay as payment methods. They offer catering services as well. There is outdoor seating available as well. We can safely say that the bar experience at Melinda’s is a mixture of Classy and Casual dressing. They have a solid food menu and a good place for dinner.