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Looking for a great ladies’ night?
Finding good places to meet singles in Miami is tough. Just go to the best clubs in Miami or the best bars in Miami and surely love is just a few drinks away, right? Us single folk know better than that. One must pick the right club or the right bar—and sometimes steer clear of the nightlife scene altogether. It really depends on what kind of single person you are. What is it? The cozy bar inside the Freehand, a trendy Miami Beach hostel. Why go? A free weekly run club that meets in Brickell at Brickell Avenue every Tuesday at 7pm.
The runs usually go about three miles and are very well attended with over runners each week. This charming wine bar is almost too romantic to handle. The string lights out back, the delicious wine and jazz inside—it all has us checking the door to see if a soaking wet Ryan Gosling is about to come bursting in.
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Lagniappe is a quintessential first date spot, but where there are first dates, surely there are singles and third and fifth wheels all waiting for their own Notebook moment. A cooking class led by Three chef Norman Van Aken and his very capable team. Classes take on everything from Cuban food to barbecue and tequila.
You can take this class solo or with a friend. Class size is limited to 16 people, so you should get to know pretty much everyone. A fancy rooftop bar in Brickell where folks like to get all dressed up and schmooze.
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Brickell seems to be the epicenter of young professionals looking to swipe right on an actual human being—and Sugar is ground zero. The Standard throws some free events too that are open to the public. The five-course plant-based meal is a great place to meet a like-minded foodie.
Everyone sits at a big table as the chef walks you through your courses, so it should be easy to chat with your hopefully single neighbors. A popular outdoor Latin bar in Wynwood. People come here to dance, drink and repeat. El Patio is just one of those bars where everyone seems to be in a good mood.
The tight space and lack of a defined dance floor make it pretty easy to mingle from group to group. On a nice weekend day, anyone with a boat or anything that floats, really grabs a pack of Corona and goes to the Haulover Sandbar, where hundreds of people swim, drink and party. People love to linger at this market, which provides ample opportunity to strike up a chat with a like-minded stranger eyeing the same organic soap as you. Double Stubble is inclusive, racy and—above all—a freaking blast. Double Stubble is a great queer party but the crowd is inclusive and no matter your orientation, you should be able to meet some fun people here.
The waterfront bar is never not crowded and has a surprisingly eclectic crowd.
The Wharf is tight enough to mingle but open enough to find a seat and have a conversation. The DJ keeps people dancing and the bar keeps them happy. An outdoor space with music, food and plenty of great, free programming. The Wynwood Marketplace is also one of the most family-friendly spots in Wynwood. The space is great for single parents since it offers so much room for kids to roam free.
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