The Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Miami Part 2

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A few days ago, I gave a list of places to watch the Super Bowl in Miami. Here are some more suggestions.

The “Nolan Bowl” at De Rodriguez Ocean

This Sunday, the esteemed De Rodriguez Ocean at the Hilton Bentley will host a special game-watching event hosted by Nolan Carrol of the Miami Dolphins. Mingle with South Beach football enthusiasts, while enjoying Chef Douglas Rodriguez’ delicious menu.

101 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.673.DROD;

The Biltmore Hotel

Join the swanky Biltmore hotel for their elegant Super Bowl party. There will even be a live Jazz performance starting at 4 p.m.

1200 Anastasia Ave., Coral Gables, 305.445.1926;

The Burgundy Room

Brought to you by the Dolce Group (the trendy LA restaurant group responsible for places like Geisha House, Ketchup, and Angels and Kings. Their newest destination, The Burgundy Room is unlike any of these destinations, though. This multipurpose space’s atmosphere and energy changes constantly.

Starting at 6 p.m. on Sunday, The Burgundy Room will become one of the city’s hottest Super Bowl game-watching destinations. Enjoy a special all-you-can-eat buffet, with Dolce Punch & Burgundy Punch Bowls.

3015 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, 305.846.9315;

Skybar at The Shore Club

Watch the Super Bowl under the stars at Skybar. They will be hosting a 19-foot giant screen with surround sound, and specials throughout the day. The party starts poolside at 1 p.m. and continues on under the stars through midnight.

1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786.276.6772;

Fado Miami

This Irish Pub and Restaurant just opened in the heart of Mary Brickell Village. But don’t be fooled by the words “Irish Pub” and “Brickell.” This places is as sophisticated as Irish pubs get, with private seating areas, comfy booths, and great food.  Following the bar’s official Grand Opening on Tuesday night, Fado Miami has already been dubbed a hot spot to watch Sunday’s Big Game.

500 S. Miami Ave., Brickell, 786.924.02972;

Morton’s Steakhouse

You can watch the game in style at Morton’s Steakhouse in Coral Gables. The restaurant will be turning one of their private dining rooms into game-watching haven. Watch the game from a 9-foot screen complete with surround sound while enjoying delicious customized menus!

2333 Ponce De Leon Blvd, 305.442.1662;

Check back for more recommendations on where to watch the Super Bowl this Sunday!

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