Clevelander Superbowl Blowout - Models, Music, and Football

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Bring on the Painted Ladies! Clevelander, South Beach's frat boy mecca, is hosting a Superbowl Party featuring more girl-skin than pigskin.

The XLV Superbowl party starts at 3pm and doesn't quit until 5am, long after the Packers or Steelers wll be declared victorious. Football is just part of the evening's theme, which should actually be called "A Guy's Wet Dream." Live DJ's will start the pre-game festivities and the big game will be shown on over 30 high def screens (including a jumbo screen on the Clevelander stage). Only diehard superfans will have their eyes on the game instead of the topless models painted to represent both Packers and Steelers, showing off their tits colors in team solidarity.  Swimsuit models strutting their stuff round out the eye-candy portion of the evening.

Free shots will be offered at half time and Budweiser will be on hand with raffles and beer specials throughout the day, including $10 Bud and Bud Light pitchers. Dade and Broward county residents can join the Clevelander's free Rockstar Rewards Program, which offers additional discounts on drinks and food to locals. There's no cover charge to get in, and if you get totally shit-faced, the Clevelander doubles as a hotel, though the beach across the street works just as well.

Clevelander 1020 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139 (305) 509-1363

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