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A Neighborhood Bar with Great Food, Cocktails, Music, and Vibes

This bar opened at the former Magnum Lounge space in the beginning of March 2016, bringing a new life to what is now the location of Miami's longest-running liquor license. The bar is named the Anderson in honor of Tennessee developer Hugh Anderson, who built the Venetian Causeway and was key in the development of Miami Shores — The Anderson is a partnership between Bar Lab's Gabe Orta and Elad Zvi, who are cofounders of the project, and the Workshop's Jourdan Binder, who is the creative director. Chef Jimmy Lebron of The Broken Shaker and 27 Restaurant has spear-headed the food menu. The Anderson combines the soul of Magnum's unique neighborhood vibe and the art of bartending that has made the Broken Shaker one of the world's best bars. The Anderson is a neighborhood bar, and we kept what Magnum was all about and retained that energy and atmosphere. The bar is inspired by an '80s Prince-circa-Purple Rain-meets-CBGB vibe. "It's the cool '80s of Grace Jones and David Bowie." The Anderson is a place that feels like Chicago or the Lower East Side of Manhattan, a place where you can do your thing, listen to amazing music, and have great food and drink with super friendly, energetic, and memorable service.

Category and style


Americana/Anywhere America, Art Deco


Private parking for 50 cars

Truck / motorhome on site parking: On property

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Property size (sq ft):
3000 sq ft

Location Rules

No smoking


Air Conditioning


Booth Seating
DJ Booth
Sound System
High Ceiling
Dance Floor
Tiles Floor
Texture Walls
Exact location provided after booking