Brickell’s first Pop Up Bar takes a fresh look at craft cocktails & beers within an American kitsch paradise and packages it alongside our eclectic throwback sensibilities and back-to-basics bar model. Better Days is a local’s spot built upon a classic foundation of guest service and exceeding expectations; we promise fine drinks at fair prices.
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If you’ve seen Better Days, congratulations, you’re officially part of the in-crowd. True to pop-up form, Brickell’s first temp bar concept has been quietly open for the past 15 days or so. If you’ve been left out the action, good news — Better Days is hosting a grand opening soiree tomorrow night.
Miami’s newest pop-up cocktail bar is throwing a grand opening party 8 p.m. Friday, August 8 in a decidedly “incognito” location. “Better Days,” with its shabby chic/hipster decor, is inside a thrift shop in the 500 Brickell building…
On Oct. 29, Better Days will supply guests with pumpkins and all materials needed for a fun night of pumpkin carving.
Better Days Brickell’s first ever Pop-Up Bar will officially open its doors on Friday, August 8, 2014. Open 7 days a week from 5 pm to 5 am, the bar is located in a Thrift Shop within the 500 Brickell Building. Not to be confused with a speakeasy, its incognito location is basically a subtle-deterrent or qualifier for guests who are “in the know.” It is the spot where models and misfits and high class sophisticates can all vibe in the same room.
Due to the overwhelming response from Miami, Better Days has been able to extend the pop up for another 30 days and will be celebrating with a week of exciting events starting Halloween Weekend.
… Better Days, a drinkery masquerading as a thoughtfully appointed ’70s thrift store, soft-open now in Brickell.
You’ll begin the night searching for a vintage shop. Under the name “Dead Flamingo.” It’ll be the one with a wooden desk, fedora and flip clock in the storefront window.
As for why he chose Miami for own project, Schott raves, “Miami is at the forefront of culture, arts, music, and cool and there’s no better place to try to drive a stake into than the epicenter of it all.”
Better Days, the first pop-up bar in Brickell, hosts grand opening celebration on Friday, August 8, 2014. Grand opening will include complimentary beer and cocktails from 9 p.m.- midnight, and music by ESS & EMM. The bar, located inside a thrift shop withing the 500 Brickell Building, will be open 7 days a week, from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Brickell gets their first pop up bar as a new addition. It’s called Better Days. It’s located on the ground floor of the 500 Brickell Building within a Thrift Shop. Better Days will bring a fresh look at craft cocktails, beers, & American kitsch.
Better Days pop-up bar plans to open on August 8, inside a secret location at 500 BrickellBuilding, with a music stage, pool tables and handcrafted cocktails.
The pop-up bar phenomenon has found its way to Brickell with Better Days, tucked away through a vintage shop on the first floor of the 500 Brickell Building with a kooky dead flamingo logo.
The thoughtfully designed space took inspiration from retail brands and the 1970’s American culture to create a vintage & thrift shop within its storefront spaces and an incognito bar within.
BD’s outfitted like a 1970s living room where you can score craft cocktails like the Surfer in Recovery (Jäger, coconut water & pineapple soda) and enjoy a hot dog with a bag of Dirty chips like you would back home.
The summer brought a number of great new spots, including the quick come and go of Prost Wurstgrill & Bierhouse. But it wasn’t until Better Days, a pop-up craft beer and cocktail lounge found in the 500 Building, that the funky-fun-bar void was filled.
Haven’t made it to Brickell’s first pop-up bar yet? Don’t worry: Better Days will stay open through New Year’s Eve so there’s plenty of time to spend an evening at the transformed thrift shop and try one of the signature cocktails
Stiff drinks are a given at Better Days, Brickell’s newest pop-up bar. With cocktails ranging from $8 to $10, this venue plays by its own rules.
Better Days, an independent boutique bar brand launched in August 2014 as the single vision of its creator, Challo Schott. The thoughtfully designed space took inspiration from retail brands and the 1970’s American culture to create a vintage & thrift shop within its storefront spaces and an incognito bar within.