Eat and drink through Super Bowl Week in South Florida


Miami and South Florida each are known for their food, drinks and parties. As Super Bowl week begins – with the game on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens – here’s a look at some great food, drink and party sports from Miami Beach to Palm Beach County.

26 Sushi & Tapas (Surfside)

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A local favoite for Latin-Asian Nikkei cuisine, 26 Sushi & Tapas is offering a $100 Classic Sushi Platter (12 classic rolls); $120 Mixed Sushi Platter (six specialty rolls and six classic rolls) and a $150 Specialty Platter (12 specialty rolls). to keep family and friends satisfied during the biggest game of the year.

Rolls include Tuna Avocado, Salmon, Hamachi, California and Veggie.

Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop (Wynwood Miami)

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Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop in February will offer the Munchies Pie – FD’s signature Graham cracker crust, butter, honey, semi-sweet chocolate, peanut M&M’s, peanuts, Ruffles potato chips, salted pretzels, condensed milk and dulce de leche baked into one globular pie. You can also turn Fireman Derek’s Munchie Pie into a milkshake – all day, every day between now through Feb. 29 until it returns again in April 2020.

Fontainebleau (Miami Beach)

Fontainebleau Miami Beach

From a watch party at Pizza & Burger by Michael Mina to lux cabana packages, if you want to be a true baller, the fabled Fontainebleau Miami Beach, is the place on Feb. 2.

PIZZA & BURGER WATCH PARTY | Offerings Are All Day (Noon-Midnight)
Half Yard Special – Order two, get one free – ($17 each)
Super Burger for Two priced at $60
$100 minimum for table service, $60 per person, Kids minimum $25
CABANA PACKAGES | Maximum 8 People
SAFETY PACKAGE | One pitcher of Mojito and two orders of chips & salsa
$450 for the game | 6PM – 11 PM
$650 for the day & game | 9 AM – 11 PM
TOUCHDOWN PACKAGE | One bottle of Grey Goose, three buckets of Heineken and unlimited chips & salsa
$600 for the game | 6PM – 11 PM
$950 for the day & game | 9 AM – 11 PM
MVP PACKAGE | One bottle of Grey Goose Magnum and a six-pack of Red Bull, six Voss waters
$700 for the game | 6PM – 11 PM
$1,500 for the day & game | 9 AM – 11 PM

The Halal Guys (All South Florida Locations)

The Halal Guys, New York City’s famed street cart sensation now serving South Florida in five locations, will be offering a discount for those looking to cater their own Big Game Sunday, with items such as Beef/Chicken Gyro, Falafel, Hummus, Baba Ganouj and of course, the famous white sauce. Guests ordering catering-sized portions from any of The Halal Guys locations (South Miami, Brickell, Pembroke Pines, Davie or Fort Lauderdale) who mention “SUPER HALAL” will receive 10 percent off their entire order.

Isabelle’s Grill Room & Garden/The Commodore (Coconut Grove)

The Ritz Carlton, Coconut Grove, Miami is offering a full weekend of specials available January 30 to Feb. 2.

Bucket of Beer-5 local beers ($20)
Loaded in the Grove Nachos-Tortilla chips, pulled chicken, ranchero sauce, jalapeño, guacamole, salsas, tri-power cheese sauce ($17)
Pabst Blue Ribbon Shrimp-Beer Battered Jumbo Shrimp, Garlic Aioli, Sidewinder Fries ($22)
Grilled Kielbasa Flatbread-Gruyere Cheese, Spiced Mustard, Caramelized Onions ($20)
Buffalo Chicken Wrap-Crisp Chicken, Hot Sauce, Blue Cheese, Iceberg ($15)
BBQ Pork Po’ Boi-Pulled Pork, Slaw, Pickles, Hoagie Bread, Tater Tots ($15)
The Ritz Dog-Footlong Kobe Beef Hot Dog, Sauerkraut, Pickles, Mustard, Brioche Bun ($20)
Sidewinder Cheese Fries- Sidewinder fries, three cheese sauce ($12)

Jaya at The Setai (Miami Beach)

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Executive Chef Vijay Veena will present a buffet that will feature traditional and non-traditional selections from the Far East as well as several dessert and raw bar selections. Diners can expect an enhanced carving station featuring culinary elements incorporated from regional areas of the competing teams. Also available will be a BBQ station with game day classics. Guests may also indulge in free-flowing Louis Roederer Champagne, Mimosas, Bloody Marys and enhanced beer and wine selections while listening to live music in the courtyard. The brunch is priced at $145+ per person and $65+ per child (ages 5-12 years old) from 11:30AM – 3PM. Valet costs $17 per car with validation. Reservations are required.

Le Chick/Le CoqTail (Wynwood Miami)

On Game Day, the restaurant will host an intimate watch party where the game with be tlevised outdoors. The restaurant will also offer its limited time Hot Wings – deep fried wings, tossed in sriracha vinegar hot sauce and topped with fresh chives. Combination deals for the festivities are as follows:
COMBO 1: 12 Hot Wings + 2 Draft Beers ($24)
COMBO 2: 6 Hot Wings + 1 Draft Beer ($15)
Guests can also get Le Chicks’s signature menu of BBQ Baby Back Ribs, Fried Chicken Bun and the Royale Cheeseburger – all Le Chick signature items.

Lure Fishbar (Miami Beach)

The South Beach (in at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel) outpost of the popular, seafood-centric SoHo restaurant will be celebrating game with a delicious discount – the Bash Burger Bowl Week. Guests can get the notorious Lure Burger “Bash Style”— my favorite SoBe burger and five-time winner of the New York Food and Wine Festival’s Burger Bash paired with a craft beer of choice for just $25 on Jan. 27 through Feb. 2.

Lure Fishbar is open for dinner from 6PM to 11PM Monday-Saturday and 6PM to 10PM Sundays. Happy Hour is offered seven days a week from 6PM to 7:30PM at the bar.

Taurus Beer & Whiskey House (Coconut Grove)

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Located in one of Coconut Grove’s idyllic tree-lined avenues is one of Miami’s most historic and venerated bars, Taurus Beer & Whiskey House. Guests and regulars alike can watch the Big Game while enjoying a specially curated menu, highlighting the best food from Kansas City and San Francisco. Drink specials will be available all day and popular bar will be screening the game on all seven TVs with seating options indoors, at the bar or outside on the patio.

The Betsy (South Beach)

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Chef Danny Ganem and The Betsy team will create menus – ideal for the Super Bowl – at one of SoBe’s best boutique hotels.

The Alley (open until midnight): Lunch Special – 1 Pizza and bottomless Betsy Rosa Beer ($34).
The rooftop pool: Beer bucket ($35); Guacamole and chips with beer bucket ($55).
Carlton Room: Watch the game with bottomless Betsy Rosa Beer ($49); BBQ in the Atrium (a la carte menu items); and a fun game room with arcade games.
The Lounge/Lobby Bar (open until 1AM): Watch the game with bottomless Betsy Rosa Beer and chicken wings ($49).

Toro Toro (Miami)

Located steps away from Super Bowl Village in Downtown Miami, Toro Toro – inside the InterContinental Miami – one of the Miami’s top restaurants. Created by celebrity Chef Richard Sandoval, Toro Toro is a Pan-Latin interpretation of a contemporary steakhouse that celebrates Latin American flavors through a menu of shareable plates and craft cocktails.

Toro Toro will be offering a specialty pre-game day lunch buffet ($21++ per person) on Feb. 1, featuring gameday finger foods such as wings, nachos, onion rings and more along with beer bucket specials.


DUNE (Fort Lauderdale)

DUNE will celebrate the game with a watch party priced at $75++ per person (exclusive of tax and gratuity) which includes open bar and food from kickoff until the final whistle. Open bar will include a tap takeover with Funky Buddha (Floridian, Hop Gun, Eternal Summer, Pineapple Beach), select wines and game day-inspired cocktails from premier beverage group, Pernod Ricard.

Lona Cocina Y Tequileria (Fort Lauderdale Beach)

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On Feb. 2, guests will receive margaritas, Mexican cuisine and a lovers will enjoy a chance to win a one-year bar tab at the restaurant, located in the Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach.

Start the day with an enhanced brunch sponsored by Volcan Tequila. From 11:30AM – 3PM brunch-goers will have a plethora of game-day themed margaritas to choose from, as well as the opportunity to spin their way to a frozen margarita on the Volcan Margarita Bike. Brunch is $40 per person (excluding tax and gratuity) and includes a build-your-own-taco station, build-your-own salad/bowl station live breakfast station featuring made-to-order chilaquiles, omelets, eggs cooked any style and waffles with assorted toppings and refreshing free-flowing libations that include handcrafted margaritas, Bloody Marys and mimosas. Keep the party going all day with food and beverage specials from 3PM – 11PM. Featured drinks will include game day themed margaritas and buckets of beer.

Deck 84 (Delray Beach)

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Offering casual American waterfront dining by Executive Chef Bruce Feingold with views overlooking Delray Beach’s intracoastal waterway, Deck 84 is a great dining destination for vacationers, boaters and local residents in search of prime outdoor seating. Deck 84 will offer half-priced drinks at the bar and high tops during the game along with several food specials. Guests are also invited to pre-game the kickoff festivities with live music from 2PM-5:30PM.

Prezzo (Boca Raton)

The storied Italian eatery will offer several takeout packages for those looking to celebrate Game Day Sunday at home. Guests are able to customize orders; additional a la carte options also available. All takeout package orders must be placed by Jan. 29.

Feature Photo: Lure Burger (Loews Miami Beach Hotel)

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