Miami is a multicultural, multidimensional metropolis, with more sides to it than a hardly any other place in the world. It is at once a bustling business center for Inter-American trade and now a Mecca for the fashion and entertainment elite. The best way to experience Miami is to go where trendy hangouts, tacky hotels, business conferences and Cuban eateries all compete for your attention until way past your bedtime. A place where, surprisingly, the air is still fresh, the water is still beautiful and the sun always seems to be shining. The place is Miami Beach. It has a hard-core reputation for being a playground for rich, tanned, gay, muscle-bound, surgically-enhanced, globe-hopping, fashion-conscious party maniacs.
When the sun sets, it's time to have a taste of Miami's nightclubs some of the most insane dance clubs in the world. You can actually make it inside clubs like Liquid, Bash or Groove Jet club where Latin music (in its multifarious forms) rules the night. There's a host of cool and trendy nightclubs to choose from - all are unique, fun, sexy and just a little bit naughty.
Groove Jet club is one of the hottest clubs in Miami. It is probably the coolest straight bar in the city too. Miami Groove Jet is bar/lounge/dance club all perfectly fit together to put you in the core action of Miami night life. It's the Mecca of the beach.
Take a journey through Groove Jet club and wander through the different rooms and spaces. Just when you think you have seen it all, turn the corner and discover yet another scene. Socialize in the outdoor lounge area or find a space on the dance floor. On Saturdays, the club features three different atmospheres in which to dance, drink or lounge. On Tuesdays, the club hosts a night of food and old-school funk. Back in the 60s this was Patsy's Place, where Frank and the Rat Pack used to sup martinis and charm the locals. It became Groove Jet for many years but it's hard to recognize it today. Don't expect rising damp or floods in the cellar: Rain is pouring A-list celebrities, cool clubbers and top DJs, all drawn to the extraordinary "inside-outside" design by Chicago's Francois Forssad.
Dubbed the ultimate "Urban Beach Club", the indoor space includes a Wood Lounge Bar and an Interior Main Bar with a 100ft suspended glass ceiling passing over them. The Main Bar opens up onto a Patio Bar and the Outdoor Terrace beyond. In the outdoor section you get cabana boys delivering padding and towels for guests who lounge back on reclining teak beds like urban emperors. If it all seems too exclusive, it's not. They have a "no stamps" and "no VIP" policy and hardly any ropes. You get to see everybody in the business here. Add classic drinks and some of the planet's finest lounge DJs, Cool crowd, heavy music and a soft atmosphere and you get the number one place to be. You must be 21 or older to enter Groove Jet club. Expect to pay approximately USD20 for cover.
Just as the city itself, Miami clubs are constantly reinventing themselves, taking in new influences and adapting old ones. Even for insiders, it's hard to tell what side will show up next.