Sure, Memorial Day weekend is prime time to get away to the Keys.
But hey, if that doesn't happen, we've always got Wynwood.
Because if any neighborhood knows how to do a locals-worthy throwdown, it's the masterminds behind Westside Plague II.
Sure, there's art to be perused at this huge garage-like gallery of high ceilings and white walls decked in colorful graphic works. But between maneuvering between bars and abstract art, there's music to be listened to as well.
Representing some serious top local hip-hop musical flavor, listen up for dirty-mouth rapper Robb Bank$ and smooth talker Bizzy Crook (best known for his "Lil Dat" Nelly collaboration).
Alternating DJs mix up the space in between acts as self-taught audio designer Miami Marci spins his hip-hop psychedelic "Tropical Trapping" beat and Sean Bang knocks out smooth Bob Marley-inspired reggae tweaks.
What was that you were saying about Key West again?