Sweet Liberty is evolving into one of Miami Beach's favorite bars for locals and visitors alike. It mixes an industrial look with kitschy floral wallpaper and loud red banquettes - it's loud, fun and the epicenter of the local late night party scene. Sweet Liberty's menu advertises “home cooking” and it's definitely a step above typical bar food. Shimchimi-spiced tater tots include Japanese mayonnaise and crunchy seaweed-sesame garnish. House deviled eggs are pickled with beets and arrive in a delightful shade of pink. Fresh East Coast oysters are only $0.75 each, go nuts and order a couple dozen. Cauliflower nachos, Hawaiian-style tuna poke, braised mussels and shrimp & grits are just a few more of the wonderful choices available.
When in Miami Beach, look no further than Sweet Liberty for a good time: excellent food and an extensive roster of craft cocktails ensure a lively and enthusiastic crowd.
The cocktails are of the craft variety and there a couple dozen available, choose from “classy classics” like Russian Spring Punch and the Pink Chihuahua or “fancy cocktails” like the Iggy's Pop, Big Butter Julip and Velvet Sideswipe. The bartenders are proud of their craft and each drink is carefully constructed using high quality ingredients and liquors.