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Hot Spots in Miami to Watch the World Cup



    Can't make it to Brazil for the World Cup? Well, the Magic City has got you covered! Starting in Brickell. This neighborhood is home to some of the best spots to nurse your World Cup fever. (Published Tuesday, June 17, 2014)

    With the World Cup kicking off (pun intended) not too long ago, you might be getting bored of watching the games at home. So why not head out and enjoy this amazing city? I’ve taken the liberty and checked out some of the best spots in SoFla to watch the games. These spots offer some great drink and food specials – two things that are important to get through a futbol game, in my opinion – and oh yeah, tons of TV’s to catch the best names in soccer battle it out for the highly coveted title.

    Miami Beach:

    Fontainebleau Hotel: If you want to sip in style, and watch the game poolside on a HUGE 14’ x 24’ screen, the Fontainebleau is the place for you! With themed cocktails, yummy dishes, and themed soccer swag, the Fontainebleau is definitely the place to see and be seen. But, if you’re looking for something a little more private, you may want to reserve your own cabana with a private TV, drinks, food, and more. Cabana reservations start at just $599.
    4441 Collins Ave.

    Haven South Beach: Executive Chef Todd Erickson has been working hard creating some delicious dishes and cocktails for you to enjoy, while checking out the game. The lounges several 100” TV’s are the perfect place for you to watch the game in a more intimate setting.
    1237 Lincoln Road –

    Clevelander: If you’re looking to get a little rowdy, the Clevelander is the place to be. Nestled on the corner of the busy Ocean Drive, this outdoor spot is the place to see and be seen. With models, dancers, big screen TV’s, and awesome drink and food specials, you’ll definitely want to check this place out. The Clevelander is even offering special hotel deals for soccer fans. Definitely something worth checking out.
    1020 Ocean Dr.

    Coral Gables:

    Fritz & Franz Bierhaus: The legendary spot in the Gables is a great spot to grab a beer, and kick back, relax, and cheer on your favorite team. With viewing parties running all through July, it’s guaranteed you won’t miss a second of the action at this hotspot.
    60 Merrick Way –


    Fado Irish Pub: Located on the second story of the ever-so-busy Mary Brickell Village, this Irish Pub is decked out in World Cup gear. With wall-to-wall TV’s, delicious grub, and enough drink specials to make your head spin – literally!
    900 S. Miami Ave –

    Kukaramakara: Live music, soccer games, food and drinks – can’t get much better than that, right?! Call your friends, grab a table, and watch your favorite teams go head-to-head at this Brickell hotspot.
    1250 S. Miami Ave. –

    Toscana Divino: Sangria, Margaritas, and Empanadas – oh my! With specialty cocktails starting at just $12 bucks, and bar bites at just $10, this is a great little spot to catch the games.
    900 S. Miami Ave. –

    This little list should keep you pretty busy from now until July. So get on out there, enjoy the games, while drinking and eating your little heart out. Enjoy!