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Catch the Big Game at South Pointe Tavern.
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Where to Watch Super Bowl in Miami

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Catch the Big Game at South Pointe Tavern.
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Football fans know there’s no better thing to do than watch the Big Game surrounded by screaming fans, multiple large screens and great grub. Luckily, the Magic City is filled with restaurants offering just that. Here’s are ten Miami restaurants to catch the Super Bowl.

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thedeck at Wynwood Marketplace

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Watch the Super Bowl on a supersized screen at this popular outdoor Wynwood spot. With plenty of wine, beer, cocktails, and eats like wings from DJ Khaled’s Another Wing, this venue is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

Time Out Market Miami

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Head here to take in the big game with plenty of friends. Beside the multiple screens throughout the food hall, the variety of dining options and multiple bars offer the ideal setting for every kind of taste. From offerings like Detroit-style pizza, fried chicken, bao, and desserts, everyone feels like a winner here.

The Deck at Island Gardens

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For a true Miami Super Bowl experience, catch the game at this chic spot situated directly on the marina where mega yachts sail by as touchdowns are made. Guests can arrive by land or sea, head to the dining tables or, better yet, the waterfront cabana lounges. Either way, enjoy stunning views of Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay during commercial breaks and dishes like salt-crusted snapper, lobster and caviar pizzetta, and grilled octopus.

Baia Beach Club Miami

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Mondrian South Beach’s expansive waterfront restaurant will be projecting this year’s Super Bowl overlooking Downtown Miami. Enjoy the game with a picture-perfect sunset of the Magic City as the backdrop while enjoying a menu with fan favorites like guacamole and chips, barbecue chicken wings, and beef sliders. Pair with a bucket of chilled beer for the extra win.

Butcher Shop Beer and Grill

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Miami’s favorite German beer garden that’s known for its endless supply of beers is celebrating the Super Bowl with a wide variety of specials that includes items like confit wing platters, jalapeno poppers, and cheese-covered Bavarian pretzels. But for those who really want to go all out opt for the Deluxe Fat Freddy burger, a five-pound burger topped with brisket, mac and cheese fritters, and “animal sauce,” that’s served with truffle fries and topped with edible golden flakes.

The Wharf Miami

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Set alongside Miami River this 30,000-square-foot outdoor space is a hub for fun, food, and good times making it ideal for watching the game. With plenty of food vendors, several bars and lounge seating on a wooden deck, it’s an ideal gathering spot for football fans. During the big game, it’ll also feature additional large screen TVs and live music during commercial breaks.

RED South Beach

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Catch the game while enjoying a perfectly cooked steak at this South of Fifth favorite. The new location has football fans covered with five large screen TVs, including one in the recently-rolled-out VIP room. Other highlights include the truffle pasta, hot seafood tower, and veal chop. Sides are a must: whipped potatoes, Brussels sprouts with pancetta, and four cheese Mac and cheese are standouts. 

South Pointe Tavern

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Locals know to head to this South of Fifth staple for cocktails and above-average bar bites. There’s a dish for everyone here, from traditional game fare like chicken wings and nachos to lighter options like the veggie wrap and Buddha bowl. In addition to the usual 10 TVs, on game day it’ll feature three additional 90 inch HD video monitors and extra tables inside and outside to make sure no one misses a play. Team-themed cocktails and food specials will be served, alongside free popcorn.

American Social

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Football fans will be set at this gastropub in Downtown Miami. Begin with more than 25 TVs to watch from then pair with a generous selection of beers and hand-crafted cocktails. There’s great game grub to enjoy as well: the AmSo burger, chicken wings, and pizza are good starts.

Whiskey Joe's Bar & Grill

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Overlooking Biscayne Bay, this hangout sets the right vacation tone with more than 40 tiki cocktail offerings, a killer sunset view, and island-inspired bites like coconut mahi nuggets, beer-battered fried shrimp, and sweet potato waffle fries topped with barbecue pulled pork, bacon, with a cheese sauce and strawberry guava barbecue drizzle. Just be careful to not miss a touchdown: the food may distract from the game.

thedeck at Wynwood Marketplace

Watch the Super Bowl on a supersized screen at this popular outdoor Wynwood spot. With plenty of wine, beer, cocktails, and eats like wings from DJ Khaled’s Another Wing, this venue is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

Time Out Market Miami

Head here to take in the big game with plenty of friends. Beside the multiple screens throughout the food hall, the variety of dining options and multiple bars offer the ideal setting for every kind of taste. From offerings like Detroit-style pizza, fried chicken, bao, and desserts, everyone feels like a winner here.

The Deck at Island Gardens

For a true Miami Super Bowl experience, catch the game at this chic spot situated directly on the marina where mega yachts sail by as touchdowns are made. Guests can arrive by land or sea, head to the dining tables or, better yet, the waterfront cabana lounges. Either way, enjoy stunning views of Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay during commercial breaks and dishes like salt-crusted snapper, lobster and caviar pizzetta, and grilled octopus.

Baia Beach Club Miami

Mondrian South Beach’s expansive waterfront restaurant will be projecting this year’s Super Bowl overlooking Downtown Miami. Enjoy the game with a picture-perfect sunset of the Magic City as the backdrop while enjoying a menu with fan favorites like guacamole and chips, barbecue chicken wings, and beef sliders. Pair with a bucket of chilled beer for the extra win.

Butcher Shop Beer and Grill

Miami’s favorite German beer garden that’s known for its endless supply of beers is celebrating the Super Bowl with a wide variety of specials that includes items like confit wing platters, jalapeno poppers, and cheese-covered Bavarian pretzels. But for those who really want to go all out opt for the Deluxe Fat Freddy burger, a five-pound burger topped with brisket, mac and cheese fritters, and “animal sauce,” that’s served with truffle fries and topped with edible golden flakes.

The Wharf Miami

Set alongside Miami River this 30,000-square-foot outdoor space is a hub for fun, food, and good times making it ideal for watching the game. With plenty of food vendors, several bars and lounge seating on a wooden deck, it’s an ideal gathering spot for football fans. During the big game, it’ll also feature additional large screen TVs and live music during commercial breaks.

RED South Beach

Catch the game while enjoying a perfectly cooked steak at this South of Fifth favorite. The new location has football fans covered with five large screen TVs, including one in the recently-rolled-out VIP room. Other highlights include the truffle pasta, hot seafood tower, and veal chop. Sides are a must: whipped potatoes, Brussels sprouts with pancetta, and four cheese Mac and cheese are standouts. 

South Pointe Tavern

Locals know to head to this South of Fifth staple for cocktails and above-average bar bites. There’s a dish for everyone here, from traditional game fare like chicken wings and nachos to lighter options like the veggie wrap and Buddha bowl. In addition to the usual 10 TVs, on game day it’ll feature three additional 90 inch HD video monitors and extra tables inside and outside to make sure no one misses a play. Team-themed cocktails and food specials will be served, alongside free popcorn.

American Social

Football fans will be set at this gastropub in Downtown Miami. Begin with more than 25 TVs to watch from then pair with a generous selection of beers and hand-crafted cocktails. There’s great game grub to enjoy as well: the AmSo burger, chicken wings, and pizza are good starts.

Whiskey Joe's Bar & Grill

Overlooking Biscayne Bay, this hangout sets the right vacation tone with more than 40 tiki cocktail offerings, a killer sunset view, and island-inspired bites like coconut mahi nuggets, beer-battered fried shrimp, and sweet potato waffle fries topped with barbecue pulled pork, bacon, with a cheese sauce and strawberry guava barbecue drizzle. Just be careful to not miss a touchdown: the food may distract from the game.

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