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Super Bowl 2019 Pregame Brunches in Miami

Super Bowl 2019 Pregame Brunches in Miami
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Courtesy of Bird & Bone
This Sunday, before the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII, pregame with pancakes and mimosas. Take your pick of one of Miami's many restaurants serving brunch, including mojito and sangria pitchers, caviar, and plátano maduro pancakes.

Plus, the restaurants will set up large screens to show the game, which means you can sip bloody marys until kickoff at 6:30 p.m. and then take advantage of even more specials, like buckets of beer and chicken wings.
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Courtesy of Astra
Astra. Sunday, the newly opened rooftop restaurant Astra will launch brunch just in time for the Super Bowl. Expect mojito and sangria pitchers, baklava pancakes, and shakshuka. Stick around to catch the game on a large screen visible from most tables. Beginning at 11 a.m. at 2121 NW Second Ave., Miami; 305-573-5778; astramiami.com
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Bagatelle. Expect a Super Bowl twist to Bagatelle's popular Sunday-brunch party. Servers will be dressed as their favorite players, and the restaurant will be decorated with all things NFL. Menu items include caviar, Belgian waffles, lobster croissants, and shakshuka. Beginning at noon at 220 21st St., Miami Beach; 305-704-3900; bagatellemiami.com.
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Courtesy of Bird & Bone
Bird & Bone. Cheer on your team while sitting on the patio at Bird & Bone, which overlooks where the big game will be projected on a blow-up screen. In addition to enjoying the restaurant's weekly Sunday brunch, take advantage of limited-time specials, including chicken wings, pigskin nachos, Super Bowl sliders, and happy-hour pricing from 4 to 10 p.m. Take it to the next level with a private bungalow package, which includes 20 wings, two buckets of beer, one bottle of vodka, champagne, and a personal server. Beginning at 11 a.m. at 4041 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-424-1234; theconfidantehotel.com.
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Courtesy of Doc B's
Doc B's Restaurant & Bar. Pregame for the big game with comfort food, including candied bacon, hot chicken and waffles, steak and eggs, smoked salmon pizza, and pancakes. Pair your meal with $5 mimosas and bloody marys. Plus, the restaurant is offering happy hour from open to close, as well as 30 percent off the catering menu. Beginning at 11:30 a.m. at 301 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables; 786-864-1220; docbsfreshkitchen.com.
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Point Royal's brunch selections.
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Point Royal. Celebrity chef Geoffrey Zakarian's recently launched brunch will include large flat-screen TVs and an indulgent buffet spread on Super Bowl Sunday. The seasonal menu includes an extensive array of brunch items, such as a butcher's table complete with a carving station and cheeses, house-made breads and pastries, specialty egg dishes, fried chicken, shrimp and grits, mac and cheese, hashes, and salads. Seafood fans will appreciate the brunch's raw bar, which includes oysters, shrimp cocktail, and all the stone crabs you can get your claws into. Plus, take advantage of "Oyster Hour" specials all day with discounts on raw bar items, $7 wine and cocktails, and $4 beer. Beginning at 11:30 a.m. at 555 S. Ocean Dr., Hollywood; 954-602-8750; pointroyal-fl.com.
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Photo by Tracey Borrow
Three Wynwood. Norman Van Aken's restaurant inside the Wynwood Arcade, Three, will serve Sunday jazz brunch. Plus, this weekend expect a 70-inch screen, drink specials, and a pregame party. Menu highlights include plátano maduro pancakes, fried chicken and waffles, and huevos rancheros, Miami-style. Beginning at 11:30 a.m. at 50 NW 24th St., Miami; 305-748-4540; threewynwood.com.
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