Check Out This New Pop-Up Bar That Just Opened In Brickell Called “BETTER DAYS” – (5 Photos)




Better Days is Brickell’s first ever Pop-Up Bar officially opened its doors on Friday, August 8th. Open 7 days a week from 5 pm to 5 am, this 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 guest who are in the “know”. It is the spot where models and misfits and high class sophisticates can all vibe in the same room.

When asked why Owner Challo Schott wanted to open a bar in Miami, his response was, “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 was built upon a classic foundation and back-to-basics bar model coupled with eclectic throwback sensibilities. It offers a witty and nostalgic American blue collar aesthetic and a revolving menu of craft cocktails and beers; promising to offer ‘fine drinks at fair prices”.

‘Schott says, “The idea to Better Days was inspired by an image I’d collected about a man in various stages of his life and the happiness he’d shared in those four images with friends and family. Many folks tend to hold on to the past as their best days while also looking to the future for more, when some of our better days are the ones we are living now. ” …

Tying themselves in with the residents of Brickell, Better Days has some great resident discounts for the 500 Brickell Bldg, daily Happy Hour specials ( M-F ) with 1/2 Off Wells, Calls, Drafts, & Wines, and a weekly industry ( Service, Salon, Retail ) night where they’re taking 1/2 Off the entire check as well as nightly industry discounts up to 30%. They also have a pair of drinks they’re calling ‘day changers’, The Michelada and The Paloma, which are wonderful geographical representations suited for the Miami climate and cultural representations of the city’s diverse melting pot.
By using a collision of vintage materials, Challo Schott created oversized lounge booths from reconfigured and reassembled furniture which line the perimeter of the bar along with a few TV’s. Pool tables sit front and center to the entrance, and a DJ booth and stage are on the east for live music and dj sets.

More info, click here. And check out the photos below…

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