Located within a former-warehouse space flanked between and elevated light rail causeway and the Brickell skyline, Blackbird Ordinary recreates a 1940s speakeasy with one of the hippest 3am crowds in Miami. Interiors mix a prohibition-era backdrop of industrial iron fixtures and swivel leather barstools at a dimly lit bar with tattooed mixologists stirring bird-theme drinks like the red-footed booby and lava heron. A separate billiards room is surrounded in black leather-tufted banquettes in addition to a makeshift dance floor next to a well-staffed DJ booth made of reclaimed wood that spins rock and the occasional Monday karaoke scene.
Looking for a booth, opt for the weekend bottle service thatâ€™s surprisingly affordable from $200 per bottle and guaranteed seating.
Lively Miami speakeasy offer afterhours cocktail scene and weekend DJ events that lure tattooed artists and converted South Beach fashionistas.