Most people come to Miami Beach for a little R&R. Our tropical metropolis offers those vacationers a wealth of ways to imbibe and kick back with neon Art Deco surroundings. In the spirit of this general SoBe vibe, here are five colorful cocktails in Miami Beach.

Sake Margarita at Zen Sai Restaurant

The sake margarita at Zen Sai Restaurant in South Beach is a delightful blend of Japanese and Mexican mixology traditions. Kumosabe Premium Sake with el Jimador Tequila, agave nectar and lime juice makes for a sweet, tart explosion of flavor.

Bahama Mama at Wet Willie’s

This cotton-candy pink concoction is one of many heavily spiked frozen beverages served on Ocean Drive at Wet Willie’s. Vanilla ice cream, coconut, banana and raspberry all work wonderfully with a generous helping of Bacardi.

Cucomfortably Numb at Tongue & Cheek

Tongue & Cheek keeps its menus crafty from choice brews to top shelf whiskey to a bevy of vibrant cocktails. A refreshing light green color, the Cucomfortably Numb is simple with vodka, cucumber, dill and lime.

Killer Tofu at Repour Bar

Endearingly titled after the hit track by the Beets—a garage band from the classic Nickelodeon cartoon Doug—this recently added, deep red cocktail at Repour features Bols Genever, Dolin Genepy, beet, melon, dill and agave.

Pisco Sour at Rum Line

An undeniable destination for tasteful drinkers, Rum Line’s cocktail list is more intense than most dinner menus in the city. We’re avid fans of their take on a beloved light green Chilean cocktail with Kappa Pisco, lemon, lime, egg white and angostura bitters.

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