Lost Boy is a rustic lounge converted from a clothing and vinyl store, hence the term “dry goods.” With exposed brick and deer skull ornaments, its retro progressive era style is atypical of downtown Miami. Lost Boy features free to play darts, pool, and board games. This neighborhood bar is straightforward and no-nonsense.
Get comfy Monday through Friday from 4-8 p.m. and enjoy Lost Boy’s happy hour: half off menu and wells.
According to The New Tropic:
“The store opened a few years back specializing in high-end denim and apparel for men and women but converted into a bar just in time for the spread of World Cup fever here in Miami. Stop by for a drink and check out the stylish decor and chill vibe while catching sports action on the multiple TVs around the bar.”
According to Time Out:
“In Randy Alonso’s eyes, Lost Boy (the bar) should be a mash-up of an English pub, western saloon, and classic salty American sailor bar. Lost Boy has only been open for two months but—we’ve got to say—he and his partner Chris Hudnall kind of nailed it. It might look a tad confusing on paper but after a drink in Lost Boy, a roomy joint filled with Alonso’s own family’s antique wooden furniture, it all starts to make sense.”
According to Miami Eater:
“Lost Boy, which debuted earlier this summer… features a noticeably eclectic and vintage vibe but the owners insist there ‘isn’t a theme.’ Instead, they got their inspiration for the two-story, 2,700-foot-space from the American Southwest, traditional English pubs and ‘drunken sailor bars.’ While the interior is eclectic, the cocktail menu created by Hudnall is purposely straightforward… In addition, a full food menu will be available in the upcoming weeks with items like soups, salads, sandwiches, dips, and charcuterie platters.”
According to World Red Eye:
“Lost Boy Dry Goods turned bar is giving Flagler Street the relaxed English Pub vibes it was missing. The rustic inspiration is woven throughout all 2,600 square feet of the two-story space, from the bucket seat bar stools, wooden touches, vintage cowboy boots, and decor. Lost Boy really didn’t lose the flare, but elevated the space making it the perfect destination to grab a cocktail, draft beer, while watching a game or playing pool with friends in a cool and affordable social environment.”