The Anderson Miami

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Miami

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With a seasonally shifting cuisine, numerous themed spaces to hang indoors and out, and an unequalled Brooklyn-meets-Vegas vibe in full display, the freshly enlarged Anderson holds it down. The El Toro Taco truck outback is ready to accept your order for a little Mexican flair, and the daily 5–8 pm happy hour provides $4 beers, $6 drinks, and $6–9 appetisers. That seems like the perfect supper to us. Indulge your nostalgia and love of ’80s kitsch at this MiMO treasure, which breathes new life into the former Magnum Lounge premises, home to Miami’s oldest bar. Much of what’s gone and everything added appears to be trapped in time, harkening back to a period when David Bowie ruled Pac-Man, not Candy Crush, was what you did to annoy your pals, and music came from a jukebox. The outcome is the collaborative efforts of Gabe Orta and Elad Zvi of Broken Shaker/Bar Lab and Jourdan Binder of the Workshop Collective, and Vagabond chef Alex Chang. These guys are hired to oversee the wacky bar menu (think cool-ranch beef crackling and French escargot). The cocktail menu stays true to the vintage concept, with classics like the Sex on the Beach and new favourites like the rum-based Nobody Puts Baby In a Corner. Their food menu has Vegan Options for the patrons. So, Anderson accepts credit cards and apple pay as a payment method. They have outdoor seating available. So, if you wish to go outside with your drink, you can! We can safely say that this bar has a hipster, casual and trendy vibe. It can be loud at times. You can wear casual attire as well to visit the bar. It is an excellent place for groups, dancing and late-night partying. The Anderson provides street parking, a private parking lot and valet parking for the patrons.

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