Ever since the Magic City saw the Orange Bowl crumble in 2008, Miami sports fans were left with a void that most thought would never be filled – Until now. Enter Black Market, a Miami sports bar that calls upon the nostalgia of eighties Miami, a time where the Hurricanes reigned supreme in the college football landscape, when Dan Marino would become the face of Miami sports, and the rest of the country looked at our oasis as a ‘Paradise Lost.’ Cash was king in a lawless city during a time where OUR Miami began to take shape. Black Market Miami is a place that invites you to take pride in our city’s past, both the good and the bad, because it is this rich history that made us who we are today.
Where Game Night Turns into Hall of Fame Night
With a space spanning 5,500 square feet, guests will be engulfed by over thirty 4k TV’s, and design elements reflective of the eighties nostalgia that Black Market encompasses. Black Market is a sports bar for Miamians, by Miamians, but welcoming to fans of all sports from all cities. Guests can choose from plush banquet seating, stools at the bar, or one of the many high top tables filling out the rest of the space. Black Market will also feature a private area available to large groups who are looking to reserve a more intimate setting to watch their favorite sporting events. With weekly happy hours, game day specials, seasonal Caipirinha and Moscow Mule offerings, and a rotation of special guest DJs on weekend nights; Black Market Miami marks the ultimate sports lounge and nightlife destination for game night eating, drinking, parties, and events.