Address: 626 S Miami Ave., Miami
In a town better known for pulsing club music and bronze beauties than holes in the wall, Tobacco Road, Miami’s oldest bar, offers a divey break from the neon lights and fast cars. Tobacco Road has been known for jazz and blues since before your father was born, and they continue that tradition today, as they remain a must-stop spot for true professional musicians passing through Florida. A menu that includes burgers, wings, and baby back ribs makes your mouth water just reading the text. The Death Burger topped with grilled onions, jalapenos, and jack cheese is a Miami legend just on its own. And of course, they have the kind of drink specials you expect from a venerable dive. If all of that isn’t enough to convince you to stop in, you should know that Al Capone used to drink here. If it was good enough for him, it should be good enough for you and your boys.