Tobacco Road – Oldest Bar in Miami
For a night of fun, entertainment and good food, plan an evening to Tobacco Road in downtown Miami, Florida. If you’re looking for fancy, this isn’t the place for you. This is a good ole boys, down and dirty, dive with lots of character. Known as South Florida’s oldest bar, it’s history is amazing. Built in the early 1900s, it has survived many historical events such as the Prohibition, the Great Depression, the country at War, deadly hurricanes, the Mariel Boatlift and much more. Al Capone was one of the Road’s most notorious customers back in the early days. Throughout the years, Tobacco Road has been a gambling den, gay bar, strip joint and blues bar. Though Tobacco Road has been through many transitional periods, it remains more popular than ever today and is frequented by a crowd looking for good entertainment, food that is tasty and affordable and a place to let loose and just be yourself.
Tobacco Road has gained recognition from the professional crowd, as well as celebrities, since booking National Blues and Jazz acts like The Queen of the Blues, David Bromberg, Koko Taylor and the King of Funk, to name a few. You will enjoy everything from Latin Rock to Pop music. Entertainment is provided six days a week. They also host special events throughout the year. If you want to check out this club full of history, fun and excellent entertainment, visit their website at to view their calendar of upcoming events.