Around Town

March

By: 

FL Mag Staff

Published date: 

Mar. 1, 2017

Cashing In

Cash Only Bar (pictured above), 15 W Las Olas Blvd, cashonlybar.com

This new nightlife spot is a dance club with a vintage atmosphere – the name’s meant to conjure ’80s Fort Lauderdale with one of that era’s common bar policies. (And yes, they’ll take your credit card.) Various rooms feature different styles of music – hear a ’90s sound in one, dance music in another and strictly hip-hop in another. The old-school sounds match the vintage style. The main room features a stage for live performances and a dance floor for getting your retro groove on and maybe bringing back the running man.


It’s a Cycle

CycleBar, 525 N Federal Hwy #100, 954.715.6533, fortlauderdale.cyclebar.com

Jam to the fist-pumping music while cycling your way to a beach bod. CycleBar invites riders of all ages and fitness levels by creating a multi-sensory, exciting journey. Cycling classes take place in what they call the CycleTheatre, which features tiers for 50 bikes plus LED lighting, wide-screen graphics and state-of-the-art audio with a DJ booth. CycleBar delivers far beyond a great cardio fitness workout. This studio and staff are dedicated to creating a fun, dynamic and effective indoor cycling experience. CycleBar offers a pay-per-class model, with no membership necessary. Concierge-style service and amenities including shoes, filtered water, water bottles and toiletries are all complimentary.


Working at the Mall

Regus, 2598 E Sunrise Blvd, Suite 210A, 954.564.1036, galleriamall-fl.com

If you’re a new work-from-home business owner or experienced entrepreneur looking for an appealing workspace, you’re in luck. Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible workplaces suitable for different companies, has opened in the Galleria, next to H&M. The workspace provider has more than 2,000 locations in 1,000 cities. Have an office mere feet from restaurants and cafes perfect for business lunches and meet-ups. And if you want to purchase a few things during your lunch break go right ahead - you worked hard for it.