Miami is known for its vibrant nightlife, delicious food, and beautiful beaches, making it the perfect destination for a Super Bowl viewing party. This year, Super Bowl LVII will be taking place on February 12th and Miami’s top restaurants and bars are offering game day specials for fans to enjoy.
One of the best places to watch the game is Bodega Taqueria y Tequila. All lounge locations, including Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, will be hosting Game Day watch parties. Bodega Taqueria y Tequila will be offering drink specials, including draft for $7 and pitcher for $25 on classic margaritas, pomegranate margaritas, and draft beer. In addition, they will be offering 5 for $25 mix + match buckets on any beers or seltzers. Fans can also enjoy $1 wings with flavors including sweet chili chipotle sauce, jalapeno, and cilantro served with adobo ranch starting at 5:30 p.m. until the game is over.
If you’re looking for some delicious BBQ, Tropical Smokehouse is the place to go. Their 500-gallon custom-built smoker results in what’s best described as “signature soulful smokey goodness,” making it a South Florida favorite on the BBQ scene. For football fanatics and BBQ lovers alike, Tropical Smokehouse is offering a game day special consisting of their drumsticks with Florida Fire & Orange Sauce for 12 drumsticks for $24.
Another great option for a Super Bowl viewing party is RWSB (Restaurant W South Beach), an Italian American eatery developed by KNR Hospitality. Gather around a large screen at the lush outdoor Irma’s, with a DJ, and cheer for your team with themed food and drinks prepared by RWSB’s Chef Vincenzo. Enjoy the restaurant’s dishes inspired by Tuscan cuisine, no reservations required.
Centurion Restaurant Group is also offering a Super Bowl discount. In celebration of the big game, they are giving 10% off orders of $100 at their iconic restaurants, which include Pisco y Nazca, Havana Harry’s, and Bulla Gastrobar. Whether you’re craving Peruvian, Cuban or Spanish fare, Centurion Restaurant Group has you covered.
For a more upscale viewing experience, Hotel AKA Brickell is hosting a “Big Game Viewing Party at Sky Bar + Grill” on February 12th at 5 p.m. Overlooking Biscayne Bay and the buzzing, walkable center of Brickell, guests can enjoy a pre-game party with a live DJ and light bites + full bar available throughout the night. The price is $10 per person and includes one specialty cocktail per person.
Catch The Big Game at Time Out Market Miami on their 17-foot, HD LED screen. No matter what team you’re cheering for, the bar has you covered with game-day-inspired food and drink specials all night long. The sprawling food hall located right off Lincoln Road is the perfect spot for game day viewing on one of the many screens throughout the market. Reserve a high-top table ($50) for the ultimate game day watching experience, and enjoy a complimentary bucket of beer; or cheer on your favorite team from the Market’s large main bar or two additional bars. Priced at $25++, guests can enjoy drink bucket specials (a bucket of 5 for $25) of Peroni, Spritz Society, Modelo and Wynwood Brewing. Football fans have a variety of food options from the city’s best chefs and restaurateurs to choose from like Neapolitan-style pizza at PizzElla; Burgers from Little Liberty; Fried Chicken at Chick’n Jones; a delicious Bao Bun filled with pork, shrimp or tofu at Pho Mo; or sweet treats from Blakery cookies.
Finally, Marabú Restaurant in Brickell City Centre is also hosting a Super Bowl viewing party. The Cuban-inspired restaurant will be having a Happy Hour in Cuban Beers and a Cuban Burger Special starting at $18. You can also cheer for your winning team with their selection of carefully crafted cocktails like their Hemingway Daiquiri or their Marabú Mule. Reserve your table for the big game at Marabu’s.
In conclusion, Miami offers a variety of options for Super Bowl viewing parties and game day specials, from delicious BBQ and craft cocktails to upscale rooftop parties. Whether you’re a football fan or just looking for a fun way to spend the evening, Miami has something for everyone to enjoy on Super Bowl Sunday.