The big game is Sunday and you still haven't finalized your plans. That's cool. We know there are so many bars and restaurants that the options can seem overwhelming. We've compiled a list of great places to watch the game - some large, some small dives. All awesome.
Norman's American Bar & Grill
Norman's American Bar & Grill is offering a dinner package with open bar from 6-9pm for $50 per person. Food items offered include sliders, chicken tenders, chicken wings and hot dogs. Watch the game on giant HD flatscreens.
Norman's American Bar & Grill 6770 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL (305) 868-9248
Bleu Moon Sports Bar
Bleu Moon Sports Bar at the Doubletree Hotel is a hidden gem and they're having a huge Super Bowl party. $50 gets you an open bar all evening or pay as you go with $7 domestic pitchers, $9 import pitchers, $12 domestic beer buckets, $15 import beer buckets, $5 appetizers and Margarita and pizza specials.
Bleu Moon Sports Bar 1777 N,. Bayshore Drive, Miami, FL (786) 275-4051
Round Table Sports Bar
If the economy's hit you hard, head over to The Round Table sports bar. Round Table is celebrating the big game with free food and $1.50 draft beer during the game.
Round Table Sports Bar 11205 NW 7th Ave, Miami, FL (305) 756-2008
Ted's Hideaway is the ultimate beach dive bar. Ted's is celebrating Super Bowl Sunday with a tailgate party starting at noon with drink specials, giveaways, contests. Ted's very own cheerleaders will be on hand and there's a complimentary halftime buffet.
Ted's Hideaway 124 2nd St, Miami Beach, FL (305) 532-9869
Playhouse Gentleman's Club
You can't have a list of places to watch the big game without including one strip club. Playhouse Gentlemen's Club is offering an open bar for the entire first quarter and $100 bottle specials. Because you're going to need something to watch if your team starts losing.
Playhouse Gentlemen's Club 13045 SW 87th Ave, Miami, FL (305) 256-9100
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