Services: Architecture / Interior Design / Construction
This bi-level fun house has it all — throwback '80s videogames, including Galaga and Miss Pac-Man, as well as classic bar staples like pool and darts. There's a high-techno gadget jukebox, comfy banquettes, and a big bar you can approach from all sides (cocktail traffic control is key). Bottle service can be arranged upon request, but there's a strict no-attitude policy. If you show up to drink, you are welcomed; it doesn't matter if you are a toad or a Euro-supermodel. We love that Foxhole is open seven days a week and that the drink lineup suits everyone, offering both creative cocktails and about 30 beers. You'll have to seek out the unmarked entrance, though; it's in an alley between Alton Road and West Avenue. Look for the lamp and consider it an adventurous lesson in game hunting.
A good bar is characterized by an exquisitely simple design, ardent aesthetic feeling and a perfect understanding of the demands of locals in the area where it is located.Foxhole bar in Miami possesses far superior characteristics than the aforementioned requirements of a good bar, which makes it much more than a good bar. With an extraordinary attention to location design and details, Foxhole bar is sure to provide guests and clients with an exceptionally unique taproom ambience. It’s trickily unmarked entrance is located in the heart of Miami Beach between Alton Rd and West Ave. Upon entrance into the Bar, you’ll find that the bar showcases a large seating collection at its first floor bar and its second floor lounge areas. Visible upon entrance into the first floor bar is a fine collection of beautifully displayed gun relics on its imperially and regally designed wall.
To find this place you’ll need to make your way to the back of the Domino’s on Alton and 14th Court (always the beginning of a memorable night). Look for the unmarked gray door that may or may not have a bouncer standing outside of it. Walk through and your night begins. Don’t let the location fool you. The place is pretty slick—a polished cement bar, plenty of deep leather booths and an Internet-enabled jukebox that ensures they’ll have whatever James Brown deep cut you’re longing to hear. Your play: a round of beers over pool or darts in the game room at the entrance. Then, when you’re looking for something more private, head to the upstairs lounge. There, the couches are flanked by cases of vintage weaponry, including Revolutionary War muskets and mafia tommy guns—which are, of course, not loaded.