Where to Watch the Super Bowl
January 29, 2013 | by —liana lozada | Homepage
Brother Jimmy's will host a block party complete with a pig roast and courtyard jumbo screen
Can’t make it to New Orleans to see the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers battle it out at Super Bowl XLVII? No worries, some of Miami's best restaurants and bars are hosting food-fueled Super Bowl watch events.
Brother Jimmy's BBQ
Mary Brickell Village's barbecue mainstay is hosting an all-out Super Bowl block party with an outdoor pig roast, courtyard jumbo screen, and Sailor Jerry cocktails. NFL stars Jonathan Vilma, Jon Beason, and D.J. Williams will act as special guest hosts. Festivities kick off at 5 p.m. with a music set by DJ Vertigo. 900 S. Miami Ave., Suite 135, Miami, 786-360-3650
Haven is honoring Super Bowl host city New Orleans with a NOLA-inspired watch party starting at 6 p.m. Order up crawfish hush puppies, Cajun hot wings, and more while catching the action on Haven's wrap-around, high-definition monitors. Double Cross Vodka will offer $200 bottle specials and complimentary bites with table purchases. 1237 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305-987-8885
Clams casino, fish tacos, and smoked barbecue brisket are hitting the menu for one-night-only this Sunday at 6 p.m. The Hoxton will also flaunt Bud Light Platinum $15 bucket specials and an outdoor projection screen. Reservations are recommended. 1111 S.W. 1st Ave., Miami, 305-677-8466
For die-hard fans, Sosta will whip up two team-themed specialty pies this Sunday. The 49er fan-friendly Golden Gate pizza is topped with roasted vegetables and shaved Parmesan, while the Raven-inspired Baltimore Crab Pizza features lump crabmeat, basil, and ricotta cheese. Both pizzas will be available for $14 during lunch and dinner, accompanied by $3 pint beers. 1025 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 305-722-5454
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