Get us in your inbox

Search
Harry's Pizzeria
Photograph: JC Through The Lens / Jose Cabrera

Where to watch the Super Bowl in Miami that’s not your living room

Wondering where to watch the Super Bowl, Miami? Skip your couch—or your friend's!—and head to these bars and restaurants.

Virginia Gil
Written by
Virginia Gil
Advertising

It's time for another Super Bowl, Miami, which can only mean one thing—watch parties! Those two little words combined conjure images of chicken wing platters and pitchers of beer. In other words, a normal day at Miami's best sports bars. The thing about the Super Bowl is that some of Miami's best bars and restaurants also get in on the big game action, so in addition to a mountain of juicy wings you also get pizza and sushi and whatever else you crave while watching football (or, in some people's cases, the half-time show). After some BOGO cocktails and tasty bar bites at these killer watch parties, you won’t even be upset that your beloved Dolphins didn’t make it to yet another playoff—though maybe just a little upset.

While we have you, here are answers to your most frequently asked Super Bowl questions:

When is the Super Bowl?
The Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, February 13, 2022. The game kicks off at 6:30pm ET.

Where will the Super Bowl be played?
Super Bowl LVI will be played at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

Which teams are playing in the Super Bowl?
The Los Angeles Rams are going up against the Cincinnati Bengals this year.

Who will be performing during the Super Bowl halftime show?
Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar will headline the Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show.

Time Out Market Miami
  • Things to do
  • Sport events

For a football viewing event that combines great food, excellent drink specials and fun activations to distract you when your team is losing, take yourself down to Time Out Market Miami. The all-day watch party combines the tasty grub of a classic tailgate, the affordable cocktails you’d expect from your favorite happy hour and the massive 17-foot LED screen you can only find at your local movie theater—except no one will tell you to keep it down if you happen to cheer too loudly.

Walk-ins are welcome (no reservations are needed to enjoy the action) but you'll want to plan accordingly to get the most of our game-day specials. From 3pm to 7pm, pay $5 for all local draft beers, $7 for selected wines and $8 for selected craft cocktails. Plus, discounted bites for several of the Market's eateries: 33 Kitchen's ceviche de corvina ($7), La Santa Taqueria's guacamole and totopos ($7) as well as loaded nachos ($15), Chick'n Jones sriracha maple buffalo wings ($14 for a bucket), Square Pie City's arancini ($7) and a Super Sunday Sub Pie ($18 small, $27 large), LUR's croquetas del día ($7) and spicy beef and curry chicken patty specials from King Patty's. It’s the perfect Super Bowl party without the at-home cleanup!

 

Where to watch the Super Bowl in Miami

Advertising
  • Bars
  • Lounges
  • South Beach
  • price 3 of 4

Take your watch party to the next level—literally—at WATR, South Beach's tallest rooftop. Catch the game from 18 stories up while a server tends to your group's personal poolside cabana ($5,000 minimum for groups of eight), which includes bottle service and three themed dishes from a select menu. View the full specials and book here.

  • Things to do
  • Midtown

This outdoor food hall and entertainment venue isn't just a place for live music—it's also a great spot to see the game, it turns out. Oasis hosts a free watch party (with RSVP) with a handful of food and drink deals from its vendors, including a 20-piece bucket of wings from Chikin for $35, 10 tacos from Los Buenos for $40, a drip trio with grilled pita from Mr. Mandolin for $25 and much more. Everything from beer to champagne to tequila will be discounted as well.

Advertising
Advertising
  • Restaurants
  • Global
  • Brickell
  • price 3 of 4

The W Miami's 15th-floor restaurant welcomes guests to dine and watch in style. There will be screens spread throughout indoors and outdoors and a wide array of specials to choose from, including a duck quesadilla ($12), a fancy burger ($16), draft beer ($7) and more.

Advertising
  • Bars
  • Beer bars
  • West Coconut Grove
  • price 1 of 4

The Taurus (formerly Taurus Beer & Whiskey House) opens its doors for a laid-back watch party. Brunch starts at noon while happy hour gets underway at 5pm and goes through the end of the night, featuring $8 game day cocktails and $30 buckets of Monopolio. If there was ever a time to launch into a full out drinking game, it would be at this watch party with screens both inside and outside.

  • Restaurants
  • American
  • Miami
  • price 2 of 4

Clear skies, a chill breeze and flowing tropical drinks await at this oceanfront bar this Super Bowl Sunday (and, to be honest, every Sunday). Come as you are (no reservations) and pull up a seat to watch outdoors, Miami-style.

Advertising
Advertising
  • Things to do
  • Film events
  • Brickell
  • price 2 of 4

Watch on one of the largest indoor screens in South Florida while chowing down: CMX Stone Sports Bar serves up buffalo fried chicken, mojo pork, a cheesesteak, two types of burgers and $15 buckets of beer all day long.

Recommended
    You may also like
      Advertising