Lonely Planet review for Vagabond
If the South Beach Clubs are Manhattan and Hollywood, then the Vagabond scene is Brooklyn or Silver Lake, which is a travel writer's way of saying: if you tire of the lame Top 40, plastic and mediocre big-name clubs in Miami Beach, come to the Vagabond, a cool club in a rough part of Overtown. The folks are still fine, but they're funkier, definitely more local and the music is more experimental. The animal-print furniture and flying, loopy lines and curves are made to be gawked at, which is possible as no one keeps the Vagabond too dimly lit. Friday night, hosted by indie record shop Sweat, is a blast.