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Where to Watch Super Bowl LVIII in Miami

Where to watch the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs go head to head

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Super Bowl LVIII kicks off at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, on February 11, where the San Francisco 49ers will face the Kansas City Chiefs.

Whether it is to watch football, catch Usher at the half-time show, or simply keep tabs on Taylor Swift, Miamians know the best way to watch the Big Game is surrounded by fellow fans, multiple large screens, and great drinks and grub. Here are the top spots in the Magic City to catch the action.

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Shuckers Waterfront Bar & Grill

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Head to this unpretentious waterfront spot in North Bay Village for an affordable Game Day menu that includes meat-lovers flatbread and blackened chicken nachos, both $18. There’s a selection of beer buckets, both domestic and imported, that won’t break the bank, plenty of TVs to catch the game, and postcard-perfect views of Biscayne Bay for the ultimate Miami vibe.

Walrus Rodeo

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If watching the game with great grub at home is more the move, Little Haiti hotspot Walrus Rodeo will offer a special take-out-only menu in collaboration with its sister restaurant Boia De. Featuring a one-day-only edition of Sando Sunday, Boia De’s sandwich pop-up, the menu will feature Boia De’s Fried Chicken Sando, Walrus Rodeo’s pizzas (inspired by the playing teams), and a Rodeo Chopped Salad, a collaborative take on Luci’s Chopped Salad at Boia De—Pre-order from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on February 11.

This Wynwood sports bar kicks football watching up a notch with hyper-local beers, a sneaker-themed sports lounge, outdoor dining, and over 70 TVs to catch the game. During the big game, there will be a buffet and open bar for $200 per person, or for those seeking a private table, pricing begins at $400 for a table for two. Stick around after the game for a raffle of custom footballs made by local artists and a large-screen television.

Watr at the 1 Rooftop

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Football fans can cheer their favorite team 18 stories above South Beach at the upscale oceanfront rooftop hot spot serving Japanese-influenced cuisine. Serving an open bar from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. (with ticket prices beginning at $30), patrons can also reserve a VIP Lounge at the pool area or, for ultimate privacy, a private cabana (with TV and its own server) starting at $1000.

Mayami Mexicantina

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Watch the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs battle it out at this expansive Mexican hotspot with a sexy, party vibe. Fans can enjoy dishes like Japanese Wagyu WongTong tacos while enjoying the game on a screen projector paired with a late-night party atmosphere with aerialists and fire dancers.

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila South Beach

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Catch the game with a serving of tacos and drink specials that include Monopolio Lager and Producer Mezcal shots for $12, mix-and-match buckets of Monopolio bottles for $30, and $10 off margarita pitchers. Food specials include nachos rancheros, smoked brisket queso, elote wings, and gringas tacos, to name a few. The game will be shown at all lounge locations.

Biscayne Bay Brewing

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The Doral-based brewery recently opened this location on the third floor of downtown’s historic Post Office building, making it the only one in the area. Football fans will be well served on Super Bowl Sunday with multiple large TVs throughout. Enjoy $6 beers from unique craft brews like The Miami American Pale Ale, Miami Marlins Lager, and Tropical Bay IPA all day. Pair with cheesy nachos or tequenos along with other bar bites.

Lost Boy Dry Goods

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This Downtown staple has football fans covered for the Big Game with specials like $5 IPA’s and Estrella Damm, $7 Jack Daniels shots, $10 Gentleman Jack with a choice of single mixer, and $12 Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Old Fashioned. Food Specials include $8 soft pretzel bites, $12 chili nachos, $16 for ½ dozen wings served with Jack Daniel’s barbecue sauce, and $14 smashburger sliders.

American Social

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The classic American sports bar and restaurant welcomes fans on February 11 with a $25 bucket deal and $6 cans of NUTRL, in addition to their regular sports specials, which include $20 buckets of Budweiser, Bud Light, or Coors Light and $30 buckets of High Noon or Truly. With multiple locations, ample space for socializing, and large TV screens throughout, American Social is a no-brainer venue for catching the game.

John Martin's Irish Pub & Restaurant

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The landmark Coral Gables bar sets the ideal scenario for football watching. With multiple flat screens within the pub, an extensive menu featuring Irish and American grub (fish and chips and baby back ribs are favorites), over 300 types of whiskey, and plenty of beer and cocktails, those craving a great Super Bowl will come out happy regardless of the outcome of their chosen team.

Shuckers Waterfront Bar & Grill

Head to this unpretentious waterfront spot in North Bay Village for an affordable Game Day menu that includes meat-lovers flatbread and blackened chicken nachos, both $18. There’s a selection of beer buckets, both domestic and imported, that won’t break the bank, plenty of TVs to catch the game, and postcard-perfect views of Biscayne Bay for the ultimate Miami vibe.

Walrus Rodeo

If watching the game with great grub at home is more the move, Little Haiti hotspot Walrus Rodeo will offer a special take-out-only menu in collaboration with its sister restaurant Boia De. Featuring a one-day-only edition of Sando Sunday, Boia De’s sandwich pop-up, the menu will feature Boia De’s Fried Chicken Sando, Walrus Rodeo’s pizzas (inspired by the playing teams), and a Rodeo Chopped Salad, a collaborative take on Luci’s Chopped Salad at Boia De—Pre-order from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on February 11.

Grails

This Wynwood sports bar kicks football watching up a notch with hyper-local beers, a sneaker-themed sports lounge, outdoor dining, and over 70 TVs to catch the game. During the big game, there will be a buffet and open bar for $200 per person, or for those seeking a private table, pricing begins at $400 for a table for two. Stick around after the game for a raffle of custom footballs made by local artists and a large-screen television.

Watr at the 1 Rooftop

Football fans can cheer their favorite team 18 stories above South Beach at the upscale oceanfront rooftop hot spot serving Japanese-influenced cuisine. Serving an open bar from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. (with ticket prices beginning at $30), patrons can also reserve a VIP Lounge at the pool area or, for ultimate privacy, a private cabana (with TV and its own server) starting at $1000.

Mayami Mexicantina

Watch the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs battle it out at this expansive Mexican hotspot with a sexy, party vibe. Fans can enjoy dishes like Japanese Wagyu WongTong tacos while enjoying the game on a screen projector paired with a late-night party atmosphere with aerialists and fire dancers.

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila South Beach

Catch the game with a serving of tacos and drink specials that include Monopolio Lager and Producer Mezcal shots for $12, mix-and-match buckets of Monopolio bottles for $30, and $10 off margarita pitchers. Food specials include nachos rancheros, smoked brisket queso, elote wings, and gringas tacos, to name a few. The game will be shown at all lounge locations.

Biscayne Bay Brewing

The Doral-based brewery recently opened this location on the third floor of downtown’s historic Post Office building, making it the only one in the area. Football fans will be well served on Super Bowl Sunday with multiple large TVs throughout. Enjoy $6 beers from unique craft brews like The Miami American Pale Ale, Miami Marlins Lager, and Tropical Bay IPA all day. Pair with cheesy nachos or tequenos along with other bar bites.

Lost Boy Dry Goods

This Downtown staple has football fans covered for the Big Game with specials like $5 IPA’s and Estrella Damm, $7 Jack Daniels shots, $10 Gentleman Jack with a choice of single mixer, and $12 Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Old Fashioned. Food Specials include $8 soft pretzel bites, $12 chili nachos, $16 for ½ dozen wings served with Jack Daniel’s barbecue sauce, and $14 smashburger sliders.

American Social

The classic American sports bar and restaurant welcomes fans on February 11 with a $25 bucket deal and $6 cans of NUTRL, in addition to their regular sports specials, which include $20 buckets of Budweiser, Bud Light, or Coors Light and $30 buckets of High Noon or Truly. With multiple locations, ample space for socializing, and large TV screens throughout, American Social is a no-brainer venue for catching the game.

John Martin's Irish Pub & Restaurant

The landmark Coral Gables bar sets the ideal scenario for football watching. With multiple flat screens within the pub, an extensive menu featuring Irish and American grub (fish and chips and baby back ribs are favorites), over 300 types of whiskey, and plenty of beer and cocktails, those craving a great Super Bowl will come out happy regardless of the outcome of their chosen team.

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