Super Bowl Watch Parties, 2016
Saturday Night Dinners are Sure to Please
The Super Bowl is Sunday and here are some choices for where to watch the big game, and even some choices to make your house party one to remember.
Don’t get caught behind enemy lines…surround yourself with fellow fans supporting the same team this year. Batch Gastropub has set up its lighting so half the bar is illuminating Seahawks colors and other half Broncos colors. Catch the game on 15 tvs throughout the restaurant, keep an eye out for crossing the enemy lines. Tito’s infused Fireball shots will be offered for $8, along with other specialty house cocktails and hand crafted beer. The full Batch menu will be offered. For reservations call today, (305) 808-5555.
Brother Jimmy’s Super Sunday Funday SuperBowl Bash
In Miami, NFL superstars Jonathan Vilma of the New Orleans Saints, Jon Beason of the New York Giants, and DJ Williams of the Chicago Bears own Miami’s hot NY transplant BBQ joint, Brother Jimmy’s. Who knows how to throw the best super bowl party in town, other than current players themselves? Starting at 4pm, the courtyard at Mary Brickell Village will be transformed for a Super Bowl Sunday Tailgate featuring Lisa Morales of Miami Model Citizens doing calendar signings, stage set up for a live band and sounds by DJ Vertigo. Followed by the game on a jumbo screen, along with 30 HDTVs and Miami VIPs.
Monty’s Sunset SuperBowl Miami Beach Style
The who’s who of South Beach will be docking their Mega-Yachts at the South Beach Marina where MONTYS SUNSET is located. The same spot that is temporary home to Tiger Wood’s Privacy Yacht, Derek Jeter’s water escape boat and hundreds of other multi-million dollar vessels is where 1,000 people are expected for the Big Game. The pool party kicks off off at 2pm with live bands, DJs, raw bar, NFL drink specials all day. Catch the game on 25 HDTV’s as well as 2 huge inflatable projection screens for the game of the year, live from NYC. Oh, and are you the type that deserves VIP treatment, look for one of Monty’s supped up golf-carts cruising the beach for a free ride to the party
The Butcher Shop
Watch the Superbowl at The Butcher Shop and enjoy their Superbowl Special Party featuring 30 Wings and a Pitcher of Mahou for $35. The Butcher Shop has tons of TV ccreens and plenty of room for everyone to enjoy the game.
Or want to eat to watch the game from the comfort of your own house?
Superbowl on The Go (With Brother Jimmy’s)
Cater your super bowl party with what the players eat, home-style slow-smoked BBQ from Brother Jimmy’s. Super Bowl package for 15 people includes 90 BBQ wings, 3 pounds of Rib tips, 30 mini’s (choice of pork, chicken, or brisket), 64 ounces of both Potato salad/slaw and BBQ beans, and don’t forget 28 pieces of cornbread. Cater your entire party for $23/person.
Whole Foods’ Game Day Greats
Whole Foods Market stores in Florida have something for every member of your team this Super Bowl season with their Game Day Greats. From January 31st – February 2nd, stores in Florida are offering a Wing Bucket Promotion – fit as many freshly-made chicken wings into a 54 oz. bucket for just $7.99. Of course, no football watch party is complete without beer. Fans can root for their Super Bowl team by sipping on ales straight from Washington and Colorado. Whole Foods Market offers brews from Pyramid Breweries and Redhook Brewery out of Seattle, and Great Divide Brewing Co. and Avery Brewing of Denver. Shoppers can create their own custom 6-pack with beers from the Denver and Seattle Breweries, which include: Hefeweizen (wheat), Apricot Ale, ESB (Extra Special Bitter), IPA, Colette (Saison), Denver Pale Ale, Hercules (Double IPA), Hibernation Ale. Whole Foods Market also offers delicious recipes to guarantee a winning watch party, from gorgonzola and sun-dried tomato bison burgers; deviled eggs with shrimp; lentil sloppy Joes; sweet-and-smoky spiced fries; to an array of artisanal pizzas.