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Rio Olympics 2016: Where to Watch in Miami

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As the world descends upon Rio for this summer's Olympic games, it's time to grab a drink and cheer on your country. Rather you want to do that a sports bar, restaurant or evening poolside, here are the best spots around town to catch the Olympic spirit.

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During the games, fan can enjoy an Olympic menu featuring five different versions of the caipirinha -- one each representing one country – for $13. (Available at both Brickell and Las Olas locations.)
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Arkadia

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Want to take a swim while you’re taking in the games? Then head to Arkadia where its pool will have a 14 x 24 foot screen outside airing the games.

B Bar Tapas & Grill

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This tapas newcomer will show the games on two screens and projectors, along with having special food and drink specials available.
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Baby Jane

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Get in the Brazilian spirit with $6 caipirinhas, available during the Olympic games.
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Batch Gastropub

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Batch Gastropub will be offering the games on all 14 of its TVs and to go with it $4 bud light drafts with social media check in.
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Beachcraft Mezzanine at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach

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In addition to its viewing parties on August 5, the the Beachcraft Mezzanine will be open to Olympics enthusiasts to watch the games from 1 to 11 p.m. daily, serving up bites and cocktails from Beachcraft.
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Mondrian South Beach

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Along with hosting an Olympics launch party August 5 to coincide with the opening ceremony, the bayside hotel will feature TVs in its cabanas will broadcast the event and guests are invited to enjoy fun and games and Olympic-themed drink specials.
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Monty's Sunset

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Monty’s Sunset on South Beach will be showing all the Olympic games every day on its 30+ TVs throughout the property, plus ongoing special events for USA’s top sports as well as a closing game celebration on the big screen.
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Ms Cheezious

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Sip on an all-American PBR tallboy for just $3 at Ms. Cheezious during the Olympics, which will be aired at both Coral Gables and Upper East Side locations.
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PM Fish and Steak House

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This massive Brickell eatery will be showing the games live while serving up Latin-inspired cocktails and food.
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Tap 42

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In honor of “being an authentic American Craft Beer bar” every time America wins a gold medal, Tap 42 will pour a free pint of Funky Buddha and Tap 42's collaboration beer, 42 Truths, to anybody sitting at the bar. (Available at all Tap 42 locations.)

Taurus Beer & Whisk(ey) House

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Besides airing the games daily, its also celebrating its American pride by serving up a special Chug Burger paired with either beer or whiskey, naturally.
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The Carillon Hotel & Spa

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The hotel will host nightly "prime time" viewings featuring a special selection of four new Caipirinhas and a Rio-influenced tapas menu from its restaurant, Thyme.
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The Lounge at the Setai

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For this year’s games, the lounge will transform into a Copacabana Beach inspired area where guests will be able to watch the Olympic activities on big screen TVs and sip on beverages like the Olympic-Rings featuring a mix of vodka, lemon and lime and champagne, accompanied with Life Savers or gummy rings.
South Beach Magazine

Zest Miami

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This Caribbean fusion hot spot will be airing the games “around the clock” with plenty of food and drink specials to boot.

American Social

During the games, fan can enjoy an Olympic menu featuring five different versions of the caipirinha -- one each representing one country – for $13. (Available at both Brickell and Las Olas locations.)
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Arkadia

Want to take a swim while you’re taking in the games? Then head to Arkadia where its pool will have a 14 x 24 foot screen outside airing the games.

B Bar Tapas & Grill

This tapas newcomer will show the games on two screens and projectors, along with having special food and drink specials available.
World Red Eye

Baby Jane

Get in the Brazilian spirit with $6 caipirinhas, available during the Olympic games.
Baby Jane

Batch Gastropub

Batch Gastropub will be offering the games on all 14 of its TVs and to go with it $4 bud light drafts with social media check in.
Batch Miami

Beachcraft Mezzanine at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach

In addition to its viewing parties on August 5, the the Beachcraft Mezzanine will be open to Olympics enthusiasts to watch the games from 1 to 11 p.m. daily, serving up bites and cocktails from Beachcraft.
Travel & Leisure

Mondrian South Beach

Along with hosting an Olympics launch party August 5 to coincide with the opening ceremony, the bayside hotel will feature TVs in its cabanas will broadcast the event and guests are invited to enjoy fun and games and Olympic-themed drink specials.
Trip Advisor

Monty's Sunset

Monty’s Sunset on South Beach will be showing all the Olympic games every day on its 30+ TVs throughout the property, plus ongoing special events for USA’s top sports as well as a closing game celebration on the big screen.
Monty's Sunset

Ms Cheezious

Sip on an all-American PBR tallboy for just $3 at Ms. Cheezious during the Olympics, which will be aired at both Coral Gables and Upper East Side locations.
Ms Cheezious

PM Fish and Steak House

This massive Brickell eatery will be showing the games live while serving up Latin-inspired cocktails and food.
PM Buenos Aires Fish & Steakhouse

Tap 42

In honor of “being an authentic American Craft Beer bar” every time America wins a gold medal, Tap 42 will pour a free pint of Funky Buddha and Tap 42's collaboration beer, 42 Truths, to anybody sitting at the bar. (Available at all Tap 42 locations.)

Taurus Beer & Whisk(ey) House

Besides airing the games daily, its also celebrating its American pride by serving up a special Chug Burger paired with either beer or whiskey, naturally.
Biz Bash

The Carillon Hotel & Spa

The hotel will host nightly "prime time" viewings featuring a special selection of four new Caipirinhas and a Rio-influenced tapas menu from its restaurant, Thyme.
Thyme Restaurant

The Lounge at the Setai

For this year’s games, the lounge will transform into a Copacabana Beach inspired area where guests will be able to watch the Olympic activities on big screen TVs and sip on beverages like the Olympic-Rings featuring a mix of vodka, lemon and lime and champagne, accompanied with Life Savers or gummy rings.
South Beach Magazine

Zest Miami

This Caribbean fusion hot spot will be airing the games “around the clock” with plenty of food and drink specials to boot.

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