The Broken Shaker Miami

Elad and Gabe’s claim to fame started with their award-winning handcrafted cocktails, which led them to open Miami’s first pop-up bar in 2012, the Broken Shaker at the Freehand Miami. The bar was an immediate success and what was was meant to only be a 30-day pop-up resulted in a partnership with the Sydell Group, giving the Broken Shaker a permanent home. Escape to our backyard oasis and revel in the Tales of Cocktail’s award-winning Best American Hotel Bar. The Broken Shaker’s handcrafted cocktails are composed of elixirs, syrups and infusions made from garden herbs and spice, and fresh-pressed produce and exotic ingredients from around the world. Our skilled mixologists are shaking up the perfect blend of ingredients and international flavors to complete your Miami Beach getaway!

The Broken Shaker Los Angeles

An oasis in the heart of Downtown LA, Broken Shaker, located on our rooftop pool deck of the historic Exchange Building, offers an eclectic menu of handcrafted cocktails and small bites. A James Beard Award semifinalist and twice the winner of Tales of the Cocktail’s Best American Hotel Bar award, Broken Shaker serves up delicious cocktails, infused with homemade elixirs and exotic ingredients, bringing the flavors of the beach to the center of the city.

The Broken Shaker Chicago

Once again, Bar Lab and the Sydell Group have catapulted the success of their Miami venue by bringing something new and fresh to the the Midwest, inspiring Chicago with their own local twist on classic cocktails. Located downtown at the Freehand Hotel, guests can revel in being served Bar Lab’s award-winning, unique and playfully handcrafted cocktails. The Broken Shaker Chicago creates a charming Midwestern environment for guests to feel comfortable sipping while socializing.


Any eating and drinking at New York’s best restaurants and bars is almost exclusively taking place outdoors on the city’s sidewalks, streets and even some hidden backyards. But more and more of the city’s best rooftop bars are opening to the public again—just in time for the last stretch of summer. Broken Shaker at the Freehand New York hotel is back in business with its same tropical energy—think bamboo with lots of plants and drinks heavy on fresh fruit—as the original location in Miami. Gabriel Orta and Elad Zvi of Bar Lab are behind the creation of the award-winning venue, which often ranks among the Manhattan’s most popular bars.

27 Restaurant Miami

Located in a historic house adjacent to the Broken Shaker at the Freehand Miami, 27 Restaurant is Bar Lab’s first full service restaurant and bar. With a focus on a welcoming communal dining
atmosphere, 27 has the creative spirit of a modern-day salon utilizing the freshest local ingredients. The cocktail menu is crafted with the same passion and dedication that Bar Lab is known for, enticing the palate with savory and complex flavors. The menu incorporates a variety of tempting Miami ethnic dishes, using an eccentric variety of spices, herbs, vegetables, breads and proteins, all locally grown and sourced for fresh flavor.


Freehand LA’s restaurant, The Exchange, pays homage to the 12-story vintage blade sign (the largest in LA) under which its entrance proudly sits. The restaurant is led by the team behind Bar Lab, who brought us the beloved 27 Restaurant at Freehand Miami, and Angeleno chef Alex Chang, best known locally for his Paladar dinner series. Similar to 27 Restaurant in Miami, where dishes explore the city’s many flavors through a Latin lens, the menu at The Exchange explores the multi-cultural flavors of urban LA through an Israeli lens. This is the first restaurant in California from
the design team Roman & Williams.


Hoja Taqueria is a neighborhood taqueria and mezcal bar located inside the Generator Hotels in Miami Beach and Washington DC. Inspired by the local taquerias of Mexico City, Hoja specializes in traditional Mexican cuisine focusing on tacos, burritos and quesadillas.


The duo behind The Broken Shaker, are brought their bar talents to Downtown Miami with the debut of Margot Natural Wine & Aperitivo Bar this winter. Located in the Ingraham Building (21 SE 2nd Avenue), the offers a “modern and fresh take” on the classic wine bar with a focus on natural wines and low ABV cocktails made with amaro, aperitifs and vermouths, along with a food menu focused on shared tapas, a daily raw bar and seasonal offerings.

Marygold’s Florida Brasserie

Like a single rose blooming in a concrete jungle, Mary Gold’s is a haven amidst the hustle and bustle of the Wynwood Arts District. The restaurant’s name is inspired by the classic, yet eclectic and carefree personality one might find in a cosmopolitan city. Cultured, worldly and well-traveled, while remaining true to her roots, Mary G’s is a muse for the “New Wynwood.”


True To Its Name, Higher Ground Is A Wynwood Arts District Neighborhood Bar Located On The 3rd Floor Of The Arlo Hotel. Accessed From The Hotel Lobby Or By Ascending The Hand-Painted Stairway Just Off Nw 22nd Street, The Indoor-Outdoor Jungle Oasis Is A Respite From The Outside Bustle And Perfect For A Night Out With Friends, A Private Soiree Or Casual Pre-Dinner Drinks.

Arlo Rooftop

Park yourself in the shade and enjoy full service from the Rooftop Pool menu. Miami’s sunshine and laidback style mean it’s always a good time for summer classics. Burgers, tacos, salads, fries and more pair perfectly with wine, beer, cocktails, juices and soft drinks. Lounging with the crew? Order up a pitcher of classic or specialty cocktails to sip between dips. Craving a little more privacy? One of our rooftop cabanas awaits …

Bar Bedford

Opening onto Bedford Avenue, Moxy Williamsburg’s lobby bar and all-day café is a destination for coffee and co-working during the day and creative cocktails come evening, with bartenders shaking up spirits from the rotating liquor shelves that nod to New York’s old Automats.


Inspired by the flavorful cuisine and celebratory “breaking bread” culture of the Levant region and Israel, the restaurant’s menu is a modern play on traditional dishes, served in a space that pays homage to Tel Aviv’s Bauhaus architecture.


Blending contemporary Indo-Aussie style with Brooklyn energy, Moxy Williamsburg’s indoor/outdoor rooftop bar is a unique setting for tropical-inspired cocktails and dramatic views of the Williamsburg Bridge and Manhattan skyline from the huge terrace. Cocktails, including large-format drinks for the whole table to share, incorporate tropical fruits and Southeast Asian spices.
Overhead, giant lotus flowers carved from copper, glass, and leather form a dramatic ceiling sculpture. Outside, the terrace’s seating areas optimize views of the Manhattan skyline — and the iconic steel trusses of the Williamsburg Bridge seem close enough to touch.

Jolene Sound Room

Inspired by mid-century recording studios and the retro leisure lifestyle, this energetic lounge tucked behind Moxy Williamsburg has a mind-blowing custom sound system — the ideal spot to dance
to the sounds of local and global DJs. The space has louche seating, interactive lighting, and perfect acoustics, thanks to custom audiophile speakers — the same type used in high-tech listening rooms — lining the ceiling and walls. Wood, leather, and fabrics ensure a warm, resonant sound, which ranges from loungey to clubby according to the performer and the mood. Marquee-style LED lights line the entire space, syncing to the music to create a multisensory experience. The furniture moves to make room for dancing, and the glowing bar serves up specialty cocktails on draft..