7 Places In South Florida To Watch The Super Bowl

by Kayla Ziadie Jan 25, 2019 09:15 AM

The news is officially out: The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams are going head-to-head in this year’s Super Bowl LIII.

Every February, millions of people tune into the year’s most coveted sports event to see the two best football teams battle it out, watch the funniest commercials, and most importantly, enjoy quality food with quality people. From beers and margaritas, to wings and chips and dip, Super Bowl Sunday is the perfect time to indulge in your favorite snacks while watching your favorite sport.

Whether you’re a Pats lover or a Rams fanatic, here are seven places in South Florida to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 3.

American Social Las Olas

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If you want to ball out on a budget on Super Bowl Sunday, American Social should definitely be on your radar. This high-end South Florida sports bar is featuring a special $10 Super Bowl menu that includes everyone’s favorite sports munchies, from smoked buffalo wings and spinach and artichoke dip, to mac and cheese and American Social's signature burger.

Don’t forget the craft beer and signature cocktails — try American Social’s “Select” Woodford Basil Lemonade (American Social Barrel Select Woodford Reserve, basil, house-made lemonade) or the Honeybell Mojito (Bacardi, Aperol, mint, limes, oranges and fresh citrus). With over a dozen TVs in AmSo, you won’t miss a single play wherever you sit while you dig in.

721 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954.764.7005; americansocialbar.com/las-olas

Crazy Uncle Mike's

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There are two factors that make for a stellar Super Bowl: great brews and great bites. Start your Super Bowl Sunday festivities hours before the game begins at Crazy Uncle Mike's in Boca Raton. During brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., enjoy bottomless mimosas, endless beer and nonstop bloody marys with your favorite football-loving friends.

When game time rolls around, get ready to dig into touchdown-worthy drink specials: $4 License to Pils, Crazy Uncle Mike’s signature Pilsner; $9 premium drinks with Captain Morgan, Johnny Walker Black Label, Don Julio, Crown, Johnny Walker Black Label, Tanqueray Gin and Bulleit Bourbon; and $10 Dew & Brews. Pair your drinks with $1 hot wings for the ultimate Super Bowl Sunday experience.

6450 N. Federal Hwy, Boca Raton; 561.931.2889; crazyunclemikes.com

El Vez Fort Lauderdale

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This Super Bowl Sunday, add a Mexican twist to traditional Super Bowl snacks at El Vez Fort Lauderdale. Substitute your fries for loaded nachos and your cocktails for ice cold margaritas. The Mexican eatery’s expansive outdoor terrace offers a prime location to watch the game while indulging in your favorite gameday drinks, from tried-and-true margaritas and beer, to as much Mezcal as your heart desires.

Take advantage of El Vez's Super Bowl deals with half-priced nachos and Corona cans for $3.50. No matter the team crowned Super Bowl champion by the end of the night, you’ll win big with the Nacho Mama platter with melted queso mixto, black beans, salsa ranchera, sour cream, pickled red onion and jalapeños. Got halftime nerves? Distract yourself by dipping warm flour tortillas into the fan-favorite Queso Fundido with wild mushrooms and green chilis.

401 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954.414.8336; elvezftlauderdale.com

The Regional Kitchen & Public House

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Whether you’re looking to have a football feast at home or dine out for Super Bowl Sunday, chef Lindsay Autry and her team at The Regional Kitchen & Public House in West Palm Beach has you covered. If you choose to cheer on your favorite team from the comfort of your couch, pick up the ultimate Super Bowl party package for just $48.

The package comes with 12 pieces of Chef Autry’s signature fried chicken (thigh, leg and breast), one pint of coleslaw, one order of bread and butter pickles, as well as one bottle of house sauce. Add on half a dozen buttermilk biscuits for $10, pimento cheese for $14 and tomato pie for $15. Make sure to place your order by Friday, Feb. 1 at 5 p.m. If you’d rather go all out to see the Rams take on the Patriots, rent out The Regional’s private dining room; its giant projector will make you and your gameday entourage feel like you’re in the middle of Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; 561.557.6460; eatregional.com

Grato West Palm Beach

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Take your Super Bowl Sunday experience to the next level at chef Clay Conley’s Grato in West Palm Beach. Conley and partner Piper Quinn will be turning their Italian fine dining establishment into a hub for all things football and all-you-can-eat food and drinks. For $100, enjoy an open bar, a special Super Bowl menu with unlimited food, different games and several big screen TVs, allowing you to have the best seat in the house no matter where you are.

From smoked brisket spring rolls and jalapeño cheddar arancini, to an endless pizza bar with favorites like the Buffalo Chicken Pizza with Brussels sprouts, caramelized onions and Roquefort Caesar, football fans and foodies alike will feel right at home. Don’t forget to choose your favorite draft pick with bottomless pours of draft and unlimited canned beers, well cocktails and wine on tap. Grab Grato’s signature Frozen Moscow Mule during half-time for a pick-me-up whether or not your team is en route to victory.

1901 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach; 561.404.1334; gratowpb.com

Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort

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Everyone knows one of the best duos out there: football and drinks. On Super Bowl Sunday, kick back and relax at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale’s Sunrise Terrace pool deck with two mega TV screens, a Super Bowl menu and football-themed drinks under $12. If your team is losing and you decide to get blitzed, drink deals include the Hail Mary (a classic bloody mary), Touchdown Tea (Long Island with peach schnapps), Bowl Punch (white rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, grenadine and fresh fruit) and Dilly Dilly (vodka, Bud Light and lemonade). When that haltime hunger pang strikes, choose snacks from potato chip nachos ($12) and jumbo Bavarian pretzels ($8), to chicken wings ($14) and bratwursts ($12).

505 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954.414.2222; hilton.com

Doc B’s

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Round up your Super Bowl squad for happy hour from open to close at Doc B's. The only money you’ll have to worry about splurging on is the bet you’re making on who’s going to win, because all of your favorite football foods are $12 and under. From chicken wings and pepperoni pizza to spicy chicken littles with french fries, you’ll have plenty to munch on while rooting for either the Pats or Rams. Buy a celebratory round of drinks each time your team scores a touchdown or makes a killer play: $6 16-ounce draft beers, $4 bottled beers, $7 well drinks and $10 craft cocktails. If you’re planning an epic Super Bowl party at home instead, Doc B’s is offering 30 percent off their catering menu.

452 N. Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale; 754.900.2401; docbsrestaurant.com/locations/fort-lauderdale

 

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