Super Eats for the Big Game in South Florida

Super Sunday means some super eats. Here are some of my favorite SoFla eateries to watch Super Bowl LIII.

Grease Burger Bar, West Palm Beach

Photo: Grease Burger Bar



Grease Burger Beer and Whiskey Bar on Clematis in downtown West Palm Beach claims to have more flat screen TVs (20) than any sports bar in the Palm Beaches. It also some of the area’s best burgers and wings.


Grease Burger Bar, a Big Time Restaurant Group restaurant, combines 10 oz. juicy burgers with a selection of 130 craft beers available by the bottle and on tap. The kitchen also delivers a menu of exceptional salads, chicken sandwiches, wings and an array of side dishes.

Boston’s on The Beach, Delray Beach

Photo: Gyorgy Papp


New England Patriots fans can watch Brady and Belichick go for their sixth Lombardi Trophy on more than 30 TVs and a concert sound system.

Die-hard fans can reserve their seats and get a three-course meal, along with premium cocktail selections from the open bar, including house wine, and all draft and bottled beers. Ticket prices are $150 per person and cover gratuities, taxes, and surcharges.


The festivities will begin at 5:30 p.m.

Bokamper’s, South Florida locations


Bokamper’s Sports Bar & Grill was founded in 2008 by former Miami Dolphins player Kim Bokamper. In addition to the game on TV, Bokamper’s will offer a full open premium bar (6 p.m. to final whistle) and a buffet, plus prizes and giveaways for guests.


Big Game Buffet includes the following menu items:
o Mojito Lime Skirt Steak with Chimichurri
o Spinach & Artichoke Dip with Tortilla Chips
o Lobster Mac & Cheese
o BBQ Chicken & Bacon Potato Skins
o Chicken & Shrimp Jambalaya
o Bo’s Award Winning Smokehouse Ribs
o Bo’s Signature Wings
o Medium “Killer B” Wings
o Full Open Premium Bar

Feature Photo: Grease Burger Bar


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