The liveliest distraction from the “Sunday Scaries,” the Super Bowl is back and sure to be a blowout (either to the losing team or that paleo diet). Either way, these are Miami’s best bets for watching the game.Read More
Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Miami
If bar food was a sport, these restaurants would win
The Confidante Miami Beach
Backyard parties are all the rage, and a hotel backyard party is about as Miami as a Super Bowl gathering gets. Spectators can hang out under an oversized screen in The Backyard while enjoying samples from South Beach Brewing Company along with happy hour drinks, pigskin nachos, and Super Bowl sliders from Bird & Bone.
Kings Dining & Entertainment
For the multitasking types, Kings Dining & Entertainment will be chockfull of activities from bowling to billiards. With more than 50 high-definition TV screens and menu items like Hawaiian barbecue chicken pizza, specialty wings, and 32-ounce beer mugs, an exciting evening is in store no matter what happens on the field.
Amara at Paraiso
With TVs inside the main dining room and bar, and a big screen outside on the lounge and beach, Michael Schwartz’s waterfront restaurant becomes a sports bar for one evening only. For $50 guests can sip on two drinks while dining on a viewing party menu including snacks and food stations with dishes like sticky chimichurri pork ribs, lamb tacos, jalapeño smoked onions dip and more. Purchase tickets here.
The Wynwood Yard
For those who want to watch the game to the drum of reggae music, The Wynwood Yard will be streaming it at the bar, while the rest of the yard parties hard. Eats include special Della “Super Bowls,” bao buns, cheesesteaks, burgers, and rice bowls.
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La Cerveceria De Barrio Ocean Drive
Where a Mexican cantina meets a sports bar, La Cerveceria de Barrio will be serving up eclectic Mexican food and $6.95 margaritas for the big game.
Brickell’s riverfront sports bar boasts 25 TV screens and a $10 Super Bowl menu featuring fan favorites like spinach and artichoke dip, mac and cheese, cold beer, and a Harbor Island Frosé. Set in an energetic atmosphere, the Miami hot spot will be good and ready for a successful game night.
La Centrale - Italian Food Hall
Mini calzones, Italian beverages, and a Negroni fountain make La Centrale’s Super Bowl watch party Brickell City Centre’s game night hub. Located on the second-floor Aperitivo bar in front of a wall-sized TV, patrons will have much to chew on while they observe the year’s most significant matchup.
For a loungier vibe, Barsecco will be hosting a tailgate party offering $3 baby sliders, $15 beer buckets, and happy hour specials
Doc B's Restaurant + Bar
If elevated bar food fits the bill, Doc B’s Restaurant + Bar’s happy hour menu will be available from open until close. With oven-roasted wings, pepperoni pizza, beer, and cocktails all at $12 or less, there’s plenty of refreshments to wash down the game results.