Ball & Chain, the 21st century revival of the iconic 1930’s jazz club, has reopened in Miami’s historic Little Havana neighborhood. Welcoming back visitors and locals alike with live music seven days a week, the venue will soon feature a revamped bar menu with new cocktails and exciting programming.
Historically known for its midnight conga line, salsa dancing, live entertainment and signature cocktails including world-famous mojitos, the Calle Ocho Old Fashioned and the Pastelito Daiquiri, Ball & Chain has returned with the best music, dancing and cocktails in South Florida. The acclaimed entertainment destination will also be adding a variety of new cocktails to its bar menu in the coming weeks.
The storied venue will play host to the Ball & Chain Trio, a daytime band that plays daily from noon to 6 p.m., followed by renowned percussionist Miguel Cruz, who will headline seven days a week from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The club will also continue providing free salsa classes every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday at 9 p.m. The legendary pineapple stage and outdoor patio is scheduled to reopen later this year.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, guests can enjoy the flavors of Cuba with classics such as Ropa Vieja, Chicken Fricassee and Camarones Enchilado. Diners can opt for handheld bocadillos like the Calle Ocho Burger and the Medianoche Sandwich, or enjoy a variety of tapas including Tropical Seafood Ceviche, Grilled Mahi Tacos, Congri Fritters and its signature Cuban Spring Roll.
For more information, please visit ballandchainmiami.com and follow Ball & Chain on Instagram @ballandchainmia.
Monday and Tuesday: 11 a.m. to Midnight
Wednesday and Thursday: 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday and Saturday: 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
PHOTO CREDIT: Ball & Chain
Ball & Chain
1513 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33135
About Ball & Chain:
Ball & Chain opened in 1935 on The Trail, the iconic street in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood now famously known as “Calle Ocho.” Over the next two decades, legendary artists of the day graced the stage, including Billie Holiday, Count Basie and Chet Baker. The world-renowned music venue offers a history as colorful and as fascinating as the community that surrounds it. Officially reopened in November 2021, Ball & Chain has returned with the best music, live entertainment, salsa dancing and cocktails in South Florida. For more information, please visit ballandchainmiami.com and follow Ball & Chain on Instagram @ballandchainmia.
About Mad Room Hospitality:
Mad Room Hospitality (MRH), founded by brothers Zack and Ben Bush and business partner Bill Fuller, is locally owned and operated in South Florida. MRH venues are rich in history and are designed to deliver an immersive and authentic experience for all, while keeping hospitality at the very forefront of each and every guest experience. MRH’s portfolio includes Little Havana’s historic Ball & Chain, Taquerias El Mexicano and Los Altos. Most recently, MRH acquired the Mai-Kai Restaurant and Polynesian Show in Fort Lauderdale which is scheduled to reopen in 2022.