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* Help Michael Baron Out!

Posted on August 22nd, 2013 · Other

* Help Michael Baron Out!

Just got the following e-mail from reader-Michael Baron. Can you guys help him out?
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From: Michael Baron
Subject: Dining and Dancing

Message Body:
I am looking for some good places to eat and dance with music 50′s – 80′s. No
rap, etc. Anywhere from Palm Beach to Miami works with a special emphasis in
the Fort Lauderdale area.

I just found one of your reviews and enjoyed reading it..

25 Comments to “* Help Michael Baron Out!”

  1. JeffEats says...

    Michael Baron:

    Just had a chance to read your comments.

    To get you started, check-out Café Vincenzo in Margate (reviewed 7/22/12).

    Thanks for reading…

    • Zellman says...

      Jeff,
      Good call on Vincenzo’s. They have some great oldies/doo wop music on Thursdays-Saturdays. Food also pretty decent.

  2. Louie C. says...

    Try NY Steak at the Seminole Casino, the lounge on weekends has some great bands.

    • BOBBY P says...

      NY Steak is a great idea. The lounge has loads of good bands.

    • 098UJH says...

      NYY is a great place to see bands.

  3. PartyDog says...

    Kerry’s By The Sea in Hallandale Beach.

  4. IzzyGreen says...

    Paolo’s Café in Dania Beach.

  5. Larry F says...

    The Big Easy in Fort Lauderdale always has terrific oldies bands. The food is terrific. Check Groupon they are always running a deal.

  6. Tom Kennedy says...

    The Gypsy Horse Pub in Wellington. Real good bands.

  7. Deano says...

    Try the Pavilion in Boca.

  8. Ken G. says...

    In the Seminole Casino, The Sunset Grill has some really good groups.
    Also check Nick’s in Fort Lauderdale.
    Bobby Rubino’s also has music certain days in Pompano.

    • John says...

      Don’t go to Nick’s for the Entertainment—it’s lame at best—and while we’re at it, why go for lame “Italian” food???

  9. Al Rosen says...

    The Seagate Hotel in Delray Beach.

  10. Linda G. says...

    The Funky Biscuit in Boca Raton always has tremendous bands.

  11. BlossomRose says...

    New York Steak in the Seminole Casino in Coconut Creek.

    Café Vincenzo in Margate.

    Gammaroff’s in Hallandale Beach.

  12. Mr. Krass says...

    City Pub in Deerfield Beach.

  13. DOOKYJIM says...

    Great pick for you, Gammeroff’s in Hallandale Beach. food is terrific and guys like Joey Dale & The Gigolos work there at least once a week.

  14. Joy K says...

    Nick’s Italian in Pompano Beach. Great food and great music. Been going there for years.

    • John says...

      There is no Nick’s Italian in Pompano Beach!!

      There is Frank’s Italian Restaurant, or Nick’s 8 miles away in Fort Lauderdale so I don’t know where you’ve been going for “years!”

      • Sandra S says...

        1340 North Federal Highway Pompano Beach, FL

        Nicks Restaurant in Pompano.

        Even though I did not know they had entertainment.

  15. DORUNRUN says...

    The Mardi Gras Casino in Hallandale Beach has a full lineup of bands and performers that fit your list. You can watch and dance to them for free. You can eat in the buffet there.

  16. Mike G. says...

    cauley square in Miami has bands on fri and sat. it also has a handful of restaurants.

  17. BV2319 says...

    Sandy Parrot in Fort Myers is a great place.

    The Stage in Bonita Springs is another great place.

  18. Mal L says...

    Others here have mentioned the NYY Steakhouse in the Seminole Casino. It has a great lounge where top bands play. It’s free. You can eat elsewhere and dance in the lounge afterwards.

  19. Sid L. Turner says...

    jeff, my wife and I love café Vincenzo in margate. we also like the lounge at NYY in the Seminole casino.

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