Looking for a great place to watch the Super Bowl this year? Fortunately, Miami has no shortage of amazing sports bars, but we’ve got our eye on these local bars and restaurants. Whether you’re looking for the ultimate pre-game brunch (here’s looking at you, Jaya) or a laid-back bar serving up wallet-friendly game-day specials, we’ve got you covered with the best spots to settle in and watch the greatest football match of the year.
The best way to do the Super Bowl right is with the ultimate pregame. Tuck into Seaspice’s signature Sunday brunch, starting at noon, and indulge in bubbly and incredible eats right up until the big game starts. Stay put, though — the restaurant will host a Super Bowl watch party starting at 6 p.m. There will be live music and entertainment to keep the party vibes going as you root your favorite team on.
422 Northwest North River Drive, Miami
Pizza & Burger
This Fountainebleau favorite by Michael Mina is hosting a Super Bowl watch party, complete with specials all day from noon until midnight. There’s a $100 minimum for table service, but you’ll get to enjoy deals like your third drink free and two Super Burgers for $60.
4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
Isabelle’s Grill Room & Garden
If you’re looking for a more low-key spot to watch the Super Bowl, Isabelle’s Grill Room & Garden is just the spot. Located at the beautiful Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove, the picturesque, locally-loved restaurant will offer specials from Thursday, January 30 through Sunday, February 2. Guests can look forward to $20 buckets of beer and specially-priced game-day favorites like Loaded in the Grove nachos, BBQ pork Po’ Bois, Sidewinder cheese fries, and the famous Ritz Dog, a footlong Kobe beef hot dog served on a brioche bun.
3300 SW 27th Avenue, Coconut Grove
Jaya at the Setai
Jaya’s Executive Chef Vijay Veena invites football fans to a lavish Super Bowl Sunday brunch. Expect lots of incredible eats, including a raw bar and dessert table, an enhanced carving station spotlighting ingredients and flavors from the competing teams’ regions, a BBQ station loaded with classic game-day dishes, and free-flowing Louis Roederer champagne, bloody marys, mimosas, and beer and wine selections. The brunch is priced at $145 per person and $65 for children ages 5-12.
2001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Taurus Beer & Whiskey House
Not your average neighborhood dive bar, Taurus Beer & Whiskey House in Coconut Grove is going all out on Super Bowl Sunday. All day on Sunday, February 2, guests will enjoy $3 Taurus Ale, $18 domestic beer buckets, $5 well drinks, and a menu highlighting the best food from each participating team’s city. Choose between indoor and outdoor seating — there are seven TVs located throughout the restaurant, so you don’t have to worry about missing a single play.
3540 Main Highway, Coconut Grove
Another great option if you’d rather skip the sports bar scene? Malibu Farm Miami Beach, where you can savor farm-to-table delights (we can’t get enough of their avocado pizza and their “Non” Burger, made with a delicious signature beyond meat blend and served on a brioche bun). Soak up oceanside views, too, as you watch the big game and sip Malibu Farm’s famous cocktails.
4525 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
The Deck at Island Gardens
For those who want to watch the Super Bowl in the bougiest way possible, The Deck at Island Gardens has you covered. Get there between noon and 4 p.m. to take advantage of a game day-inspired brunch, priced at $65 per person, and watch as super yachts sail across Biscayne Bay. Sparkling Sunset Happy Hour runs from 4-6 p.m., the perfect pre-game to the main event, followed by a themed Super Bowl dinner and party. If you don’t mind splurging, reserve a waterfront cabana. Starting at $4,000, each cabana has its own TV and includes bottle service. In between plays, tuck into to Chef Alfio Longo’s game day specials like sliders, chicken wings, and lobster rolls.
888 MacArthur Causeway, Miami
American Social Bar & Kitchen
A tried-and-true go-to when it comes to viewing any kind of sporting event, American Social Bar & Kitchen is sure to top of lots of Super Bowl watch party lists. This year, the iconic sports bar will offer $15 beer buckets, $6 smoked chicken wings, $4-$6 shots of select liquor and more on game day across all four of its Florida locations, plus 20+ TVs to catch every touchdown.
690 SW 1st Court, Miami (Brickell) and 721 E Las Olas Boulevard (Fort Lauderdale)
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
Head to Yardbird on February 1 or 2 from 12 p.m. until close and take advantage of the southern hotspot’s “Supper Bowl” specials, which include tailgate bloody marys, game day devilled eggs, an all-American burger and more. In celebration of the big game, Yardbird will also extend its fan-favorite brunch through Monday, February 3.
1600 Lenox Ave, Miami Beach
The Betsy South Beach
This charming South Beach hotel has curated one of the most robust Super Bowl lineups we’ve seen so far. The Alley, the hotel’s Italian eatery, will serve bottomless Betsy Rosa beer with the purchase of a pizza during lunch. At the rooftop pool, start celebrating early with a beer bucket for just $35. The Carlton room will have plenty of TVs, bottomless beer for $49, and BBQ in the Atrium. And at The Lounge and Lobby Bar, you can watch the entire game while sipping bottomless beer and snacking on endless chicken wings. How’s that for a game-day win?
1440 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Want to cheer on your favorite team at one of Miami’s favorite breweries? Veza Sur Brewing Company is hosting a watch party on February 2 starting at 5 p.m. You’ll enjoy $22 buckets of canned beer, half-priced wings, and $50 off your bill if you guess the total number of points.
55 NW 25th Street, Miami
26 Sushi & Tapas
If you’re entertaining at home but don’t want to cook, 26 Sushi & Tapas has your back. This neighborhood Nikkei gem in Surfside is offering a special takeout sushi platter for $180 that feeds 10-15 people. All you have to do is place your order before Sunday. Call the restaurant at 305-570-2626 or order on UberEats.
9487 Harding Avenue, Miami