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Super Bowl LVI Miami Watch Parties

Drinks and football at the Clevelander
Drinks and football at the Clevelander Photo courtesy of Clevelander
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here, and nearly every bar and restaurant in Miami is clamoring to host some kind of watch party. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. but the festivities surrounding the NFL's biggest spectacle of the year will span from morning till late-night.

The list is seemingly endless, but here are some of the best options for catching the Cincinnati Bengals play the Los Angeles Rams in the big game.

All watch parties will happen on game day — Sunday, February 13 — and prices exclude tax and tip. Check each listing for ticket and RSVP information, if applicable.

American Social

690 SW First Ct., Miami

Watch the game on more than 25 TVs and enjoy favorites like chicken wings, burgers, pizza, and more. Gameday specials include $25 buckets of Bud Light, Bud Light seltzer, and Truly.
click to enlarge Batch Gastropub - PHOTO BY KEVIN DANILO
Batch Gastropub
Photo by Kevin Danilo

Batch Gastropub Miami

30 SW 12th St, Miami

Throughout the game, football fans can enjoy $5 Bud Light pints or barn burner shots, while chowing down on fare such as Buffalo chicken nachos, pulled pork egg rolls, and Batch wings. Watch the game on 15 TVs and three projectors.

Clevelander South Beach Hotel & Bar

1020 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach

Watch the game on Clevelander's 20-foot LED screen, with additional viewing on TVs and projectors throughout the property. General admissions start at $20. Other tickets include a three-hour rooftop open bar, VIP table packages, entertainment, and more. Reservations are recommended but not requied. Purchase tickets at

The Deck at Wynwood Marketplace

2250 NW Second Ave., Miami

The Deck is hosting a watch party with chicken wings from DJ Khaled's wing place, Another Wing, cocktails, and a big screen. Admission is free.

Farmhouse Miami

16901 SW 177th Ave., Miami

Farmhouse Miami is hosting the Pig Roast Bowl 2022, with 40 teams vying for the title of best roast pig. Miami celebrity, Kiko Suarez, hosts the event that includes a DJ, game watching on a giant LED screen, a petting zoo for kids, and more. Tickets cost $20 (plus fees and tax) and include lechon samplings and the opportunity to vote on your favorite pig. Cocktails, wine, beer, and food will be available for purchase. Purchase tickets at The event starts at 10 a.m. and lasts through the game.

Oasis Wynwood

2335 N Miami Ave., Miami

Oasis Wynwood will be offering a free watch party by RSVP for the big game starting at 5 p.m. Food vendors will offer deals like 10 tacos for $40 from Los Buenos, a trio of dips and grilled pita for $25 from Mr. Mandolin, and 20 large wings ($35) from Chikin. Drink specials include $25 beer buckets, $75 champagne bottles, and $250 vodka and tequila bottles. RSVP at

Shuckers Waterfront Bar & Grill

1819 79th Street Cswy., North Bay Village
Watch the game with a water view and grab $25 Stella and $20 Bud Light buckets. Seafood lovers will want to take advantage of $48 stone crabs, $22 oysters, $15 heart of palm salad, $42 lobster and shrimp pasta, and $48 twin lobster tails. Reservations are required. Email [email protected] or call 305-866-1570. 
click to enlarge The Taurus' fully stocked bar - PHOTO COURTESY OF BLUE SHELL MEDIA
The Taurus' fully stocked bar
Photo courtesy of Blue Shell Media

The Taurus

3540 Main Hwy., Miami

Coconut Grove favorite the Taurus is hosting a Super Bowl party from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. with an extended happy hour until the end of the game that includes $8 cocktail specials, and $20 Monopolio buckets. The game will be shown on seven TVs with seating options indoors or on the outside patio. Bites include chicken fried potato bites, loaded nachos, and potato skins.

Time Out Market Miami

1601 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach

Catch the game on a 17-foot, HD LED screen, while you eat from a plethora of food options at this South Beach food hall and enjoy game day drink specials.

The Wharf Miami

114 SW N. River Dr., Miami

The Wharf is setting up massive TVs throughout the waterfront property for the big game. Grab a drink from one of the many on-site bars and food from the Chicken Spot, Sake Room, Spris Pizza, or La Santa Taqueria. The Wharf will also host live entertainment during commercial breaks.

Wynwood Brewing Co.

565 NW 24th St., Miami

Enjoy fresh La Rubia pints for $4 and eat wings from Cluckinn' RIght Chicken at this Wynwood Brewery, which will install a giant outdoor screen for game viewing. 
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