Little Hoolie’s Sports Bar & Grill (Miami)

Posted on December 24th, 2008 · American 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 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” …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.

3 Comments to “Little Hoolie’s Sports Bar & Grill (Miami)”

  1. Bill from Delray Beach says...

    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.

  2. JeffEats says...

    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…

  3. Meg & Richard says...

    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

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