Knocking Back a Few With Reverent Renegades in Miami, Florida
Quite literally a hole in the wall, the Keg South is invisible from US-1. Tucked in the crevice of a murky alley, its neon sign is blocked by a billboard pole with the girth of a redwood. You mosey into the dim, cavelike bar, surrounded in every direction by decades-old wood paneling and grizzled bikers eyeing you over devil dogs and glistening piles of hand-cut fries. But don’t come here starting any trouble—if you try, bartender Steve-O explains, the Keg’s passive patrons would laugh you straight out of the place. Throwing down legendary wings, burgers, dolphin sandwiches, and the freshest draft beer in town, the Keg South pays tribute, with its gloriously greasy fodder and atmosphere, to the real renegades who started Miami.