Super Bowl in Miami: Six Places to Watch the Game
On Sunday, February 2, at 6:30 p.m. all normal activity on this planet will cease to exist as everyone in the world squats in front of a television to watch the Super Bowl.
NFL Here's where to watch the big game in Miami.
Exaggeration? Somewhat. Last year, more than 46 percent of the population of the United States that tunes in to watch the "Big Game," which comes out to about 108 million people, according to ESPN.
This year, the Broncos take on the Seahawks in New Jersey, and unless you want to spend thousands of dollars to fly to the game, you're watching it on TV like the rest of us.
Luckily for you, this is Miami, and we know how to throw a party. So, besides your local sports bar (which is an absolutely good choice for game viewing), here are some places that are going that extra yard to make sure your Super Bowl Sunday is a touchdown!
From upscale versions of fan favorites to bars lit up in team colors, these are the coolest places to watch the game on Sunday.
Tongue & Cheek
Bill Wisser The Cheek will serve fan favorites on Super Bowl Sunday.
All your favorite foods for the big game -- burgers, hot dogs, potato skins, but with an upscale culinary twist. $35 gets you unlimited feasting from chef Jamie DeRosa's imaginative spins on football staples like caja china-style roasted pork; Korean barbecue wings; beef cheek sliders; Kobe corn dogs; and poutine potato skins. $50 gets you an open bar during the game. Get both for $75.
Haven These tots are for grownups.
It's no big deal to see big screen televisions at restaurants. It is a big deal when the entire place is turned into a giant football field, however. That's what happens at Haven, where fans will also enjoy tots, chicken wings, burgers, and popcorn while sipping Brooklyn Lager and watching the game on, well, every single wall of the place. Table reservations must be made in advance.