A South Beach classic, this shindig once attracted Miami’s jet set. You can still see the occasional model, celeb or fashion guru, and it remains a popular party spot for locals and visitors. It’s easy to see why: white teepees and beach chaises to lounge in, tiki hut bars, bonfires on the sand, the smell of sea salt, a great view of the ocean and hot dancers who strut around in Indian headdresses and Pocahontas-inspired bikinis. The food and drinks are blissful, and Sunday brunch is a standout. Saturdays bring the Ibiza party (11 a.m. to 9 p.m.) and later turn into the Latin party Fusion.