Tobacco Road

69 south west 7th street MiamiFL33130
Closed
Sunday
12:00pm-5:00am
Monday
11:30am-5:00am
Tuesday
11:30am-5:00am
Wednesday
11:30am-5:00am
Thursday
11:30am-5:00am
Friday
11:30am-5:00am
Saturday
11:30am-5:00am
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(137)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
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Tobacco Road can be found at S Miami Ave 626. The following is offered: Entertainment Venues. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Miami there are 10 other Entertainment Venues. An overview can be found here.
by opendius on June 12, 2015 from opendius

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Check out their website for menus, merchandise and events listings.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Tobacco Road Restaurant Review:
On an increasingly hip little block in downtown Miami’s Brickell area stands the oldest tavern in Miami, best known for its nightly live music---a rare assortment of local (and sometimes nationally-known) blues, jazz, rock and reggae bands. As the area has gentrified, so has The Road’s food menu. Along with the house-made chili, hefty burgers and similar classic bar food, there are now...
by gayot on November 09, 2011 from gayot
Proudly holding Miami's first liquor license, "The Road'' is a down-and-dirty piece of Miami history where debauchery, burgers and beer flow as freely as they did on opening night, 1912. Haven for the office crowd trying to reclaim its frat years and some grisly old-timers who nurse longnecks and groove to live blues. The deck out back is one of the nicest places in town to drink domestic beer...
by blackbookmag on September 16, 2011 from blackbookmag
Miami's oldest bar is a bluesy, Route 66-inspired institution favored by barflies, professionals, and anyone else who wishes to indulge in good and greasy bar fare -- chicken wings, nachos, and so on -- at reasonable prices in a down-home, gritty-but-charming atmosphere. The burgers are also good -- particularly the Death Burger, a deliciously unhealthful combo of choice sirloin topped with...
by frommers on August 24, 2011 from frommers
Al Capone used to hang out here when it was a speakeasy. Now locals flock here to see local bands perform, as well as national acts such as George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars, Koko Taylor, and the Radiators. Tobacco Road (the proud owner of Miami's very first liquor license) is small and gritty, and meant to be that way. Escape the smoke and sweat in the backyard patio, where air is a...
by frommers on April 24, 2011 from frommers

Information from the business

Established in 1912, the oldest drinking establishment in Miami continues to be a favorite Happy Hour hangout among locals. Located on the outskirts of downtown Miami, this historic landmark attracts both suits and sandals. Follow the narrow path toward the back deck to find a festive mixture of drinkers, diners and dancers. Live bands, with a heavy leaning towards the blues, appear weekly. The...
by yahoolocal on May 12, 2014 from yahoolocal