Mango's Tropical Cafe, Restaurant And Nightclub, Miami
About Mango's Tropical Cafe, Restaurant And Nightclub, Miami
Mango's Tropical Cafe, Restaurant And Nightclub, Miami - Address, Phone Number
Address: 900 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:45 am - 11:59 pm Details
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Mango’s is a popular party destination. The club is bustling and attracts crowds of partygoers from all over including locals and tourists. They put on a spectacular live music and dance performance. They also have a cabaret and a dinner show. On the weekends the Vodu Room comes alive with the in-house DJ spinning a wide range of music from R&B, Hip-Hop tunes. Mango’s has consistently been rated one of the best places to party in South Beach. The dancers and performers put on an entertaining show. The food menu is extensive with late night dining options available.
When in Miami, you need a place which will bring out the party animal in you. Hence you should right away head to the Mango's Tropical Cafe. The place has it all! Great vibe, awesome booze and to top that amazing food. One can get easy access to the restaurant after buying the Mango's Tropical Cafe tickets from the ticket counter outside. Also there is an option to opt for the Mango's Tropical Cafe tours. After buying the Mango's Tropical Cafe tour tickets, you can visit the restaurant without much hassle.
Mango's Tropical Cafe, Restaurant And Nightclub Information
- Dress Code: No Baseball hats, No Bandanas, No Tank tops, No Beach Sandals and No shorts.
- For table reservation a minimum spending requirement per table is necessary.
- They have Valet parking service, but do not own or control their rates.
- Public parking lots are available on Collins Avenue between 9th and 10th street.
Mango's Tropical Cafe, Restaurant And Nightclub Ticket Prices
- Ticket Ranges from $5 USD to $20 USD as the night progresses.
- Only those aged 21 and over with valid ID are permitted to enter.
Mango's Tropical Cafe, Restaurant And Nightclub Opening and Closing Hours
- Happy Hour: Monday - Friday from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
- Cover Charge: 8:00 pm onwards.
- Dress Code: 6:00 pm onwards.
- Vodou Room: Fri, Sat & Sun from 10:00 pm to 4:00 am.
How To reach Mango's Tropical Cafe, Restaurant And Nightclub by Public Transport
- Bus Stop- Washington Av@9 St
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Mango's Tropical Cafe, Restaurant And Nightclub, Miami Reviews - Write a Review
Okay yes I agree Mango's is really touristy but it is fun, accessible, not pretentious and just plain entertaining. They get a lot accomplished on the tiny dance stage that keeps your focus. Great looking boys and girls performing make sure the appeal is there for all interests. Most of the dancers also work the bars and tables. Live music and some higher quality singing and dancing acts boost the performances every now and then. This is a large bar/club combo, the kitchen is adequate to push out some food to accompany your drinks - but that's about it. Just don't have high expectations for the food - pretty much the things you find at a Duffy's or Hooters. Getting a table for dinner for the two of us early around 8 pm, I asked to get a bottle of Chardonnay - and they wanted to deal with it as bottle service in one of the South Beach clubs. Something over $140 for a screw top bottle of the house swill. Mango's has a kitchen but they are not a restaurant - it is a "club". We stop in every now and then, and it is entertaining to sit at the bar and watch the show for a bit.
All along we were told we needed to visit Mango's when in Miami. I'm glad we did. The atmosphere is exciting. The service was great. Expect to put down some dollars for food and drinks but it is worth it for the atmosphere.
This business thinks that they are slick. They automatically charge you a "hospital donation" fee. You are not asked if you WANT to donate on your tab. It's not much but it shows the shadiness of their operation. Like that wasn't enough... I asked for some water and the bartender tried to charge me $9.00 for a bottle of water. Literally all I asked for was a cup of water with ice. After I've already spent more than enough money, the bartender says "water and ice is for customers only". I'm sorry what am I again if I'm already inside of your establishment, making purchases, a CUSTOMER. If only people knew... tourist beware. Would NOT recommend unless you are ready to be ripped off.
Had an absolute blast! Very clean and tasteful environment. The food and drinks are ever so slightly more expensive; however, if you book a reservation ahead of time, you will get a free 3 hour show with your dinner! Definitely a touristy attraction, but fun nevertheless. Would recommend to anyone without hesitation!
It is the crown jewel for tourists. A place you must come and experience if you never have. It provides everything you should expect from a touristy place: high prices, crowded spaces but good people watching. It also provides plenty of opportunities to dance and that is where the value is. It captured my attention for all of 15 minutes. I am happy I came. I am happy I saw. I am happy I left.
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