Bougainvillea's Old Florida Tavern
7221 SW 58th Ave,
South Miami, FL 33143
Phone: (305) 669-8577



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Located in the heart of the City of South Miami, Bougainvillea's is a hot spot on the South Florida live music circuit. The place is best known as a laid-back live music venue. We have the hottest live music acts 3 nights a week and featuring a variety of genres including the best original rock, reggae, hip hop, latin funk and the best cover bands in town. And the best part is there's NEVER A COVER CHARGE!

Schedule:

"There's always something different going on every night!" - Bougies Customer

Play-YA Mondays - $2 Bud Light and $5 Jager. Beer Pong, Old School Nintendo Games, Board Games and more! [[[FREE]]] Pizza for all customers!!!


Karaoke Tuesdays - Live Karaoke hosted by Karaoke Plus! $6 Happy Meal (PBR+Jager shot) ALL NIGHT!

LADIES NIGHT - Ladies drink [[[FREE]]] 10pm-2am! DJ Mikee D in the living room!

Reggae Thursdays - $4 Red Stripe $6 Flor de Caña. Live reggae bands!


House Party Fridays - Live Cover Bands playing all your favorite songs in the living room 10pm-2am and DJ Mikee D on the back patio!



Homegrown Saturdays - Miami's BEST original bands jam in the living room 10pm-2am and DJ Edward on the back patio!



In the Biz' Sundays - 50% OFF ALL NIGHT for everyone in The Biz (with proof of employment). Live Acoustic Music 10pm-12am by Robert Elias & Liza Quin!

Vibe:

"The worst thing about this place is having to leave it." - Bougies Customer

Hidden away across the street from the Shops at Sunset Place, in the heart of South Miami, Bougainvillea’s is an amazingly cozy bar. It has a homey, laid-back, cozy environment with a nice, casual, friendly, crowd. The front patio, is typically ablaze with flowing fuchsia bougainvillea, has a tropical feel and is surrounded by lush palms and tropical plants. It’s a great place to sip a few drinks with friends and lovers or relax and listen to live music. The place has an indescribable addictive quality. It’s like a second home. Once you’ve experienced Bougainvillea’s you don’t want to leave and you keep coming back. The almost daily live music bands add to its unique character.

At Bougainvillea’s you can expect to find something different every night of the week. The crowd can be quite an eclectic crowd and you’ll see anything from “club chicks” to bar flies. It features three separate sitting areas:

  • The Front Garden: Bistro style mosaic top candlelit tables on Chicago brick

  • The Backyard: An expansive and informal space, is open Wednesday through Saturday

  • The Bar: The Centerpiece of the action and yields the "best seats in the house". During the re-design, all the old wood was saved to make bar. Serves a full bar featuring premium spirits and a wide variety of beers (domestic and imported)

Bougainvillea's bears a warm, wood interior muted by balmy red lights, all of which exudes an old-fashioned appeal, like the kind of watering hole you might fall into on a trip to Key West. A shelf near the ceiling holds several wine and liquor bottles, boxing gloves, boat models, a ceramic bulldog, plus various other knickknacks, and an archaic, 50-cents-a-gallon gas pump stands on the floor below.

History:

"Part of the charm of this place is it's timelessness." - Bougies Customer

Bougainvillea’s is built inside a 1929-era 1,500-square-foot cottage and has been open for over 12 years. The cottage has been used as a retail gift shop, a tearoom and most recently a doctor's office before it was converted into Bougainvillea’s Old Florida Tavern. The cottage is constructed of rare Dade County pine and has wood siding painted brick red.


If you would like to lease this location for movies, television or
commercials, please contact:
mailto:nick@floridatavern.com

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Pictures taken by:
Javier A. Ruiz
Photography & Graphic Design
11531 SW 132 Ave
Miami, Fl. 33186
786.486.5901

Bougainvillea's is featured in Maxim en Español!
(click image below to see article):

Bougainvillea's Old Florida Tavern was chosen as the location for a Maxim en Español photo shoot. Maxim en Español, a monthly magazine with national circulation, was looking for a spot that was typical of a “classic American bar”, but with a little spice and a lot of charm. Bougainvillea's fit their requirements to a T!! The daylong photo shoot took place in late May and is featured in the bar section of the July 2005 issue. Bougainvillea's is also featured in the August 2005 issue of Maxim en Español in the “Comer, Beber y Dormir” section.