In downtown’s 24-hour club sector, this corner bar competes with E11EVEN and the other neighbourhood behemoths. The dark, smokey atmosphere is intended for those who prefer to drink a craft beer or cocktail at one of the wooden bistro tables than pay for bottle service. So save your money for the free jazz concerts and reduced beverages during the 4–8 pm weekday happy hour, or spend it on a house-made croque-madame or one of the numerous excellent pop-up eateries they’ve been hosting recently. The kitchen is open late, and the nibbles rival any inebriated slice in the region. This quiet corner bar is a long cry from its wild neighbours in Miami’s nightlife sector, yet it’s become a favourite hangout before or after E11even, the nearby 24-hour strip club. Step inside Miami’s saloon to better look at the stunning rear Bar. Do you want a scotch from the top? No worries. The bartenders utilise a wooden ladder to traverse the extensive liquor collection (a solid list of craft beers and wines is also available). Fresh ingredients make cocktails like the La Tacubaya (tequila, Green Chartreuse, lime juice, hibiscus, agave syrup, and habanero bitters). Appreciative locals pack the Bar and sidewalk every night of the week, but Tuesdays draw a particularly hipster-heavy crowd—perhaps the live jazz? Surviving late-night partying is more feasible if you feed upon delicious bar snacks. They offer takeout as well, so you can get your leftover food packed up if you cannot finish it. Masks are required in this Bar. The staff wears masks as well for their safety and the safety of the patrons. So, their food menu has Vegan options available. The Corner accepts credit cards and android pay as payment methods. This Bar has outdoor seating as well for the patrons.