Little Hoolie’s Sports Bar & Grill (Miami)
***** Little Hoolie’s Sports Bar & Grill, 13135 SW 89th Place, Miami, Florida 33176 (305) 252-252-9155.
Little Hoolie’s is a “neighborhood sports bar” located in Miami. Let me send you to this joint’s website www.littlehoolies.com for menu/prices/entertainment schedule.
Little Hoolie’s has the “typical”…bar–gazillion flat screen tvs– menu loaded with appetizers, salads, burgers, sandwiches, wings, pastas, meat/fish/chicken entrees. The food is good…the prices very reasonable…the service is just fine.
Just so we are straight…if booze-tvs-food were the “game” here, this would be a joint for NEIGHBORHOOD FOLKS ONLY. But… Little Hoolie’s has something going for it, that makes it a “destination” spot for others on Friday and Saturday nights…that “something”… the joint hosts some of the best cover/and originals bands in South Florida.
A recent visit introduced me to a band, “Mr. Nice Guy” www.mngband.com …and I have to tell you, that my party of 4 had an absolute blast, eating/drinking and listening/dancing to these guys. By the way, I checked the websites of past/future booked bands and Little Hoolie’s has talented bands working its stage. There are no cover charges.
So…if you live in the neighborhood, you now know about a real good 7-days a week sports bar. For the rest of you…if you like your sports bar with some dynamite rock ‘n roll music, you got Little Hoolie’s on Friday & Saturday nights.
By the way, the joint is open 7 days a week 11am-3am.
No, I’m not in or around Miami, as my name indicates, but I knew no other way to get to you Jeff, so here goes.
Just wanted to wish you and all your readers a very happy holiday season. I also want to sincerely thank you for your blog. As a relatively new resident of South Florida, and a fellow New York transplant, finding those unique and wonderful joints to enjoy a meal can be daunting. You’ve directed me to many that I have thoroughly enjoyed.
Thought I’d return the favor and suggest a little hole in the wall place in a strip mall on Federal Highway in Boca – Cay Da – a Vietnamese restaurant. Had dinner there last night with good friends who were visiting from the cold and icy north, one of whom is a vegetarian. This place fit the bill perfectly, having a separate menu with vegetarian selections. Food was fantastic – so very fresh and delicious.
Just a thought.
Bill from Delray: Just had a chance to read your post. Glad to see that I pointed you in the right direction on some of my picks. As for your “pick” it is now on my “to try” list.
Thanks for reading…
Little Hoolie’s has one of the best prime rib sandwiches especially if you like it medium rare.Unfortunatley,last time I went they shrunk the sandwich