OMG LOVE LOVE LOVE this 100 year old gem. Such a great vibe. The unSOBE - not a stiletto in sight This would totally be my hangout if I lived in Miami. Unfortunately soon to be replaced by condos
Oldest liquor license in Miami. This spot is big on live music.
Oldest bar in miami good for live music, recently renovated upstairs lounge
A slice of Miami history!
A classic dive bar / hide-out with live rock music and decent burgers.
Wednesday nights are fun! Spinning old school genres on the patio.
Death Burger! Awesome grill...
The burgers are great if you come here for lunch. The annual crab boil festival was fun.
Come for the late night Twerking!
No longer has a food happy hour. Only thing on happy hour is one well spirit per day for 2 dollars a drink
Awesome bar, great music. What else do you need?
The veggie burgers are great.
Bring bug spray and beware of the back wall outside, there must be some dumpsters on the other side.
To finish. Quesadolla was cold and burger ordered medium was medium rare. Worst restaurant experience ever. Don't ger me wrong . I've been a customer for 15 years. But never had a PMSed Cuban server
... continuing. Nasty look. Not apologizing for delay as we were making her a favor for being there. 101 years in business. With an employee like this it'll be broke on 2 weeks. Horrible service .
Dec 20th 1:05 am. Self seated. Waitress took 15 minutes to say hello. Another 5 to say ill be there. Walked to ask her for menus. She replied 'I'm busy' . And gave a friendly nasty latin look.
Open since 1912, Tobacco is no newbie to the happy hour scene. On Fridays, from 6 p.m. until 7:36 p.m., selected drinks are 96 cents. The rest of the week has a happy hour of 4-7PM.
The oldest bar in Miami. With live music playing almost every night, Tobacco Road is a great way to hear some unique variations of traditional Latin music. Added plus: cheap food & beer
Ask Juan for Boyarski cocktails... It's no bad
Today free coronas from 3-4pm #foodtrucks
Enjoy this place while you can. Will be condo soon. RIP
I don't enjoy the food
The best bar in Miami
The wings here are great. So are the burgers. Best place to check out local bands.
One the coolest shit holes I have ever seen
Great place! Lovely music set up. Best place to chill. Apple martinis are delicious!!
If you want to have lobster on a Tuesday, I recommend making reservations earlier in the same day, just so you don't arrive there at 7:30pm and find out they are already out of lobsters.
Hole in the wall bar but cheap drinks
Come out on Wednesdays with a pool buddy, bring 20$ for the pool tournament! Winner takes home 150$ and a 50$ bar tab!
Full Moon party tonite.
Jim Belushi went there on my suggestion when I spoke to him on the morning radio show and ended up jamming with the band that was playing that night. What a trooper!
The Death Burger is worth dying for.
Miami's oldest bar! A must see!
Place is awesome! I wouldn't think oh finding a divebar in Miami, hut atmosphere, music, and just cause I said so. Staying at Marriott and working at hyatt in downtown. Fun spot, not a bus spot
Oldest bar in Miami. Open late. Great place to chill.
The best of both worlds
The oldest liquor license in South Florida, it will be 100 yrs. old this November 2012.
Did you know Tobacco Rd is one of the oldest establishments in Miami? Founded in 1911!!!
Tobacco Road is considered Miami's oldest bar, remaining virtually unchanged since its inception in the early 1900s.
During its early years, the establishment was a bakery that presumably served as a front for a speakeasy during Prohibition.
In the early 1940s it was purchased by an infamous racketeer and bookie from New York who named it Tobacco Road
In 1982, the bar was sold to its present owners Michael Latterner and Patrick Gleber.
Today The Road is a popular hangout with downtown professionals, celebrities and tourists, continuing to champion Miami’s local music scene with live music seven nights a week.
Get the empanadas- but get here before 3, cause they sell out