Sugar & Spice and All Things Vice
South Beach’s first food hall is paying tribute to Miami’s infamous past with a new bar that will transport you back in time. Nestled in the middle of Lincoln Eatery, Miami’s Vice Canteen is just steps away from the hustle and bustle of Lincoln Road. Amidst pop culture décor and memorabilia from the city’s iconic tv shows of the 1970s and 1980s, you’ll find tropical bar stools and lounge chairs to unwind and relax on.
And perhaps best of all, the price point will take you back in time, too, with reasonably-priced cocktails starting at just $7. The mixology concept features classic and contemporary libations with a touch of Miami Beach flair as well as wine, beer and specialty cocktails.
Menu highlights include the picture-perfect Mexi-Can with house-infused purple tequila, the classic Miami Vice, and the flavorful Java Punch. Or you can pick your own spirits and mixers from the interactive Highball menu. Even the bites menu keeps in theme with a raw bar selection of oysters, Key West pink shrimp, and Florida stone crabs.
Miami’s Vice Canteen is exactly what locals have been missing — an unpretentious oasis of innovative cocktails, fresh noshes, and budget-friendly tabs. This makes it the perfect place to wind down your workday or catch up with friends as you step back into the golden years of glamour — and great taste.
Now open in Lincoln Eatery from 12pm-12am Wednesday through Sunday.
Happy hour from 5-8pm Wednesday-Friday and 3-7pm Saturday-Sunday with special prices on bites and drinks.