By now you know if you'll be rooting for Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao, but have you decided where you'll watch the fight of the century? If the answer is no, read on to find out where you should be on May 2.
We know what you're thinking: This swanky South Beach eatery doesn’t have a TV. But you might not know that it has a giant projector that rolls down the floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Collins Avenue. While you watch the match on the big screen, a selection of menu items—like the 1½ lb. grilled lobster, crispy yellowtail snapper, and grilled mahi mahi sandwich—will be proffered at exclusive prices. 1826 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305-763-8860
The only thing better than being ringside in Vegas is watching Mayweather and Pacquaio on a 16-foot LED screen on the rooftop above the city's first and only 24-hour "showclub." Don't miss the afterparty coming up right after the match. 28 NE 11th St., Miami, 305-829-2911; Purchase tickets here
The not-so-hidden South Beach taco joint/speakeasy is throwing it down for fight night, which means you can chow down on tacos, sip handcrafted tequila drinks, and play a round of pool without missing a punch. 1220 16th St., Miami Beach, 305-704-2145; Email email@example.com for reservations
If there's a place you can count on to throw a helluva party, it's the Clevelander. There won't be a single TV in the Ocean Drive hot spot that isn’t tuned in to the fight, including the larger-than-life outdoor LED screen. Expect full entertainment, too. 1020 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, 305-532-4006
This Brickell watering hole is turning it up for the fight. Your ticket grants you entry to the Irish pub and two drinks; should you want more (and you will), there will be draft and shot specials all night long. 900 S. Miami Ave., Miami, 786-924-0972; Purchase tickets here