photo sharing and upload picture albums photo forums search pictures popular photos photography help login
Don Boyd | all galleries >> Memories of Old Hialeah, Old Miami and Old South Florida Photo Galleries - largest non-Facebook collection on the internet >> Miami Area RESTAURANTS, Drive-Ins, Bars, Lounges, Liquor Stores, Clubs, Strip Joints, etc. Gallery - All Years - click to view > 1964 - the Hideaway Bar at 2214 NW 79 Street, Miami
previous | next

1964 - the Hideaway Bar at 2214 NW 79 Street, Miami

2210-12-14 NW 79th Street, Miami, Florida

Didn't the Hideaway bar move further westward on NW 79th Street closer to Hialeah or in Hialeah, or is my memory screwed up?

other sizes: small medium original auto
comment | share
Guest 21-May-2016 22:07
In the late 50's and 60's the Hideaway was a great country western bar with some great music. Johnny Cash showed up there one night and performed. My nickname was Porkey, but no relation to the owners; although me and my brothers hungout there a lot. Later, it became a strip joint.
Guest 08-Sep-2011 02:02
Carey:Mr peterson owned this bar in the 60's,his sons were named Porkym& Casey Peterson
They lived in Opa locka on 3059 nw 133 st. What stories i have a picture of Porky somewhere
Guest 26-Oct-2010 15:37
hideaway bar back in 80s it was called eddys drive inn im not sure jose
Ray30-Sep-2008 19:39
Another lost landmark. According to, this site is now a gas station.
JD 11-Sep-2007 00:35
There was the Harmony Hideaway Lounge on east 10th avenue and 49th street in Hialeah right near the 103rd street bridge. I uh hum accidently went in there several times in the 70's :) it was a topless bar. I don't know if this is the same bar that moved or if they were just two different bars altogether.