MIAMI, FL — Miami may be hosting the biggest game of the year for a record 11th time, but most of us won't be anywhere near Hard Rock Stadium this Sunday.

Fortunately, there's no shortage of side events, restaurants and hotels offering fun ways to watch Super Bowl LIV and enjoy our Miami vibe.

We'll be adding to our list up until the big game so bookmark this page and refresh your browser for the latest information and events that kick off this weekend:

A Bootsy Bellows pop-up in Miami during the Big Game Weekend, will be on Friday, January 31. Hosted by actor and comedian Kevin Hart featuring a headline performance by multi-platinum recording artist, Post Malone. As host, Hart will bring his unmatched humor to the main stage and serve as the ultimate hype-man, energizing the massive crowd with additional music by All Pro NFL linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller (aka DJ Sauce Von the Don), DJ Zack Bia, DJ IRIE, Fred Matters and Devin Lucien. The Bootsy On the Water experience will kick off The Big Game weekend in a fully built out, 40,000 square foot venue with astonishing views of the Miami skyline, accessible by land, air or sea. The h.wood Group, In the Know Experiences and the Network Advisory have teamed up to bring to life the pop up with new luxury offerings such as yacht transport and exclusive service, insta-worthy activations and decadent food and beverage selections. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The star-studded evening will feature previously announced artists including GRAMMY Award-Winning performers The Chainsmokers, Miami's own Rick Ross, and DJ duo the Lost Kings. The Havana Nights-inspired soiree will take place at an exclusive 40,000 square waterfront foot pop-up venue with jaw-dropping views of the Miami skyline. Additional brand partners that have signed on to create interactive experiences for guests include Absolut Elyx, Liquid I.V., Cantu Beauty and more. The event takes place from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 1.

Football fans can explore the city at their own pace, on their own terms, while saving money by using the Go Miami pass, which provides travelers access to more than 30 attractions while saving up to 55 percent off attraction admission prices. See Miami's colorful art district, go face-to-face with alligators in the Everglades, bounce across the waves on a jet boat, go paddleboarding in Coconut Grove or explore the underwater wildlife with a snorkeling trip and more! The Go Miami pass is available on the Go City app, which allows travelers access to multiple attractions with one digital pass and helps plan the best route to nearby attractions. Go Miami is partnered with more than 25 attractions in Miami, but it is not affiliated with any government organizations.

Etnia Barcelona, the designer eyewear brand from Barcelona, partners with Von's Vision Foundation, a charitable organization founded by Denver Broncos, Von Miller, which provides Denver children with access to free eye exams and glasses, for a Super Bowl Vision Day Clinic in Miami on Friday, Jan. 31 for in-need children. Open to students ages 6 to 12 from local organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Von Vision's Day Miami clinic will take place from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the University of Miami's UM WATSCO Center. While here, children will receive a free eye screening and if needed, a free eye-exam from several local Miami optometrists as well as corrective eye wear from Etnia Barcelona. All children must be pre-registered and can do so by visiting the following link: Von's Vision Day Miami 2020 Registration. As a pledge from both Von's Vision and the Etnia Barcelona, this event will serve as the first of six "On the Road Vision Day's" as they expand their community outreach programs.

Join athletes and celebrities, including hip hop sensation Roscoe Dash, former NFL players Warrick Dunn — an honorary team captain for Truist! — Michael Irvin and Donovan McNabb, current Miami Dolphins Walt Aikens, Jerome Baker, Albert Wilson and more. VIP and general tickets for Celebrity Flag Football are 50 percent off with code "SUNTRUST" making it even more affordable ($20 tickets) for local families and visiting sports enthusiasts to join in on the festivities.

Located on the corner of NW 2nd Ave and NW 26th Street in Wynwood, the mural shows Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman. Artist Juan Travieso started working on the piece last Sunday. This is sure to be an Instagram favorite over the weekend, as thousands of Super Bowl fans descend on Wynwood.

Just in time for the big game, meet Jerry Rice, three-time Super Bowl champion and a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, at Books & Books on Saturday, Feb. 1 at 10 a.m. Rice will be signing copies of his book, an entertaining and concise history of the past century of football. The purchase of one ticket admits two guests into the signing line and includes one copy of the book.

Super Bowl means good company, delicious food and refreshing cocktails. Join us at Chef Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth's Stiltsville Fish Bar (operated by Grove Bay Hospitality Group) for a viewing party accompanied by happy hour specials from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. Off the Hook Cocktails will be available for $7 as well as Snacks & Small Plates, with standouts including Caviar Deviled Eggs; Buffalo Fish Wings; Fried Oyster Sliders, and more.

Leave the cooking to Chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth without leaving your couch this Super Bowl. Root & Bone, operated by Grove Bay Hospitality Group, is offering guests a catering menu, available through Toast 48 hours in advance, full of mouthwatering Southern classics. The menu highlights include, Deviled Eggs, Grandma Daisy's Angel Biscuits, R&B Famous Lemon Dusted Sweet Tea Brined Fried Chicken, Cheese Grits and Key Lime Pie for dessert.

Chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth are here to ensure you don't miss a second of the Super Bowl game preparing food for your guests in the kitchen. The brand new contemporary Italian restaurant will surely impress your guests with menu highlights including Mama's Meatballs, Pumpkin Agnolotti, Tuscan Brick Chicken, Veal Parmesan, and Tiramisu for dessert.

The fun starts at 11:30 a.m. Sunday and runs through the end of the game on Feb 2. The Backyard garden area will have big screens for prime viewing with a poolside blow-up screen starting at sundown. Touchdown-worthy bites and bucket specials are available throughout the day. A day pass costs $100 if you are not staying in the hotel but the cost includes use of the a heated adults-only swimming pool, a comfortable chaise lounge chair by the pool and beach access with a complimentary beach lounge chair. You can also use the outdoor showers and get 10 percent off spa services, complimentary Wi-Fi and $15 parking. A poolside daybed costs $300 and comes with two day passes, complimentary fruit plate and bottles of water. If you want ultimate baller status, you can watch the game and root on your team in a Cabana for $600 or Bungalow for $900. Each comes with a signature cocktail pitcher, bottle of rose / prosecco, bucket of beers, fruit plate and waters. Bungalows come equipped with 65 inch TVs. Doors open for tailgating, pregame festivities at 11 a.m. The event begins at 1 p.m.

Four Seasons Hotel Miami is throwing a lavish party on Saturday, Feb. 1 on their two-acre outdoor terrace. The event features a DJ, BBQ food and a complimentary welcome drink. Join the party or book your day pass or cabana for Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2. Further details available HERE. A day pass costs $250 if you are not staying in the hotel but the cost includes use of the large heated pool and children's wading pool, whirlpool, Wi-Fi and discounted valet parking.

Find out which team will come out on top during the Big Game while sipping drinks at SLS Brickell's SAAM. Enjoy specialty bites such as margherita pizza, altitude burger, crispy potatoes and a half-dozen buffalo wings for $10. The biggest day in football calls for Peroni buckets for $30, beer buckets for $30, and bottles of LVE rose for $60 — the perfect pairing for all those nail-biting moments. Want to watch al fresco? Enjoy the game out on SAAM's terrace.

Not feeling the jam-packed restaurant crowds for Big Game Sunday? Fear not! 26 Sushi & Tapas, Surfside's favorite Latin-Asian Nikkei concept has you covered with 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, Veggie and more. To place your order ahead of game day, call 305-570-2626 or visit 26 Sushi Tapas on UberEats.

The drag show star will perform her one-woman show twice Saturday night at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center. The early show is at 7 p.m. followed by a late night performance at 9:30 p.m. There will be meet and greet opportunities before the early show and after the late show. Royale will be accompanied by musical director Christopher Hamblin.

Lounge in style with glorious views of Miami and two shimmering pools on Sunday, Feb. 2. A day pass costs $75 for game day if you are not a hotel guest and includes use of two outdoor swimming pools.

If you prefer an alternative menu this Super Bowl, PETA has released its top 10 picks for chicken free wings around Miami.

"This vast vegan selection is proof that Miami is king of the wings," declared PETA Executive President Tracy Reiman. "All the satisfying meat-free snacks on PETA's list soar high above cruel and boring chicken wings — and they show kindness to gentle birds."

Located in the heart of Miami's Design District, David Grutman's cocktail lounge right above dining hotspot Swan is the most stylish place to watch the Big Game. On Sunday, February 2, Bar Bevy will host an incredible Big Game Watch Party, complete with a buffet, cocktails, and a giant screen showing the Big Game among the who's who of Miami, and more

Still not sure what to do for the big game? Head to the Paradise Plaza Block party in Miami's Design District courtesy of Ember and Kilgore Culinary. With a big screen and theatre seating from noon – 11PM, guests will be able to enjoy bites by Brad Kilgore—think BKQ Ribs, Wings, Croquettes, Fried Chicken, Nachos, Burgers and more. Alcohol specials include a $35 bucket of beers, $10 shots, $10 champagne, and a $12 Grey Goose Feature Cocktail. Throughout the day Kilgore Culinary will be giving away prizes including Ember Cuvee Wine and gift cards. Regular reservations and a full bar are also available.

On Sunday, No. 3 Social will be hosting a pre-game brunch viewing party. DJ Lady CBreeze will be spinning tunes and there will be an open bar from 6 - 9 p.m. for $54. Food items include: east coast oysters, stone crab, hot dogs, fried chicken and burgers. No.3 Social, the premier rooftop bar/lounge in the vibrant Wynwood neighborhood, is the place to be during the Big Game weekend! With an array of entertainment throughout the weekend, locals and travelers alike can enjoy an artsy, yet laid back vibe with creative cocktails and bar bites while watching the big game

There's no better place to celebrate the Big Game than Veza Sur! Bring your whole crew to enjoy bottomless Micheladas all day long, with Argentinian-style BBQ and a live DJ from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. to get the party going before the game kicks off at 6:30 p.m. The Big Game will be shown on giant screen projectors inside the brewery and on our outdoor patio, featuring must-have specials such as $1 wings, $22 Veza Sur buckets, $2 chopp for those who wear a football jersey.

The team you're rooting for might get lucky if you watch the Big Game at 1-800-Lucky! The viewing party starts at 6pm, entry will be free, and fans will be able to enjoy a Hazy IPA bucket or a Singha bucket for $25 each

It's Game day and W Miami wants to celebrate with you! On February 2nd, stop by the terrace, from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm, for a watch party and some delicious barbecue, games, and unlimited beer that will prepare you to cheer on your favorite team! Guests have the option to choose between the $55 unlimited barbecue option or the $80 unlimited barbecue and draft beer option.

American Social is the spot to watch the Big Game! The elevated waterfront sports bar boasts more than 25 TV screens and features a speciality Big Game Burger ($12) stacked to perfection with bacon, chicken fingers, buffalo cheese sauce, fried onions and cherry peppers. Football fans can also enjoy a variety of game day specials including $15 beer buckets, $6 smoked chicken wings, $4-6 shots of select liquor and more. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just here for the good food, drinks, and company, a trip to American Social is a must for any Big Game watch party.

As we inch closer towards the endzone of this year's NFL season, Fireman Derek's Bake Shop will begin offering the Munchies Pie this February — 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. Chock full of all your favorite party snacks, this pie is perfect for any and all game day festivities. You can also turn Fireman Derek's Munchie Pie into a milkshake — all day, every day between now through Feb. 29, 2020 until it returns again in April 2020.

Watch the Big Game in a casual, yet chic atmosphere surrounded by fresh and vibrant Mediterranean fare. With extended hours set for the Big Game, the bar and lounge area are open all day for hungry fans and thirstier supporters.

Head down to CVLTVRA Kitchen & Lounge, the The Gabriel Miami's Latin and Mediterranean fusion restaurant, for a weekend filled with various F&B specials tied to the Big Game. Fans will be able to enjoy themed cocktails including The Blindside and The Hail Mary as well as delicious bites from a special curated menu, which will be available on Saturday from 12-6pm and from 12-10pm on Game Day. Indulge in the Truffle Sliders or Miami Lobster Roll for $15 while watching the game on the bar's many TV screens.

Enjoy Game Day at Miami's most upscale resorts. From a watch party at Pizza & Burger by Michael Mina to lux cabana packages, if you want to be a true baller Fontainebleau Miami Beach is the place to be on Sunday, Feb. 2 .

Find out which team will come out on top during the Big Game while sipping drinks at SLS Brickell's SAAM. Enjoy specialty bites such as margherita pizza, altitude burger, crispy potatoes and a half-dozen buffalo wings for $10. The biggest day in football calls for Peroni buckets for $30, beer buckets for $30, and bottles of LVE rose for $60 - the perfect pairing for all those nail-biting moments. Want to watch al fresco? Enjoy the game out on SAAM's terrace.

The Halal Guys, New York City's famed street cart sensation now serving South Florida in five locations, will be offering an unbeatable discount for those looking to cater their own Big Game Sunday with longtime favorites 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. To receive thisoffer, orders must be made via phone.

Riverside, Brickell's newest backyard will be hosting an over-the-top Big Game watch party in Miami on Sunday, Feb. 2. Doors will open at 11 a.m. for guests to enjoy their Sunday outdoors by the river. At 6:30 p.m. visitors will be able to watch the game displayed on a boat, while enjoying BBQ-style food options. The party keeps going after the game with a live DJ and drinks from the Riverside Tap Room and its other amazing bars. To RSVP call or email

On game day, stop by the Rooftop Bellini Patio to watch the big game with a special menu! Some menu items fans may indulge in include: Panino with "Porchetta", Panino with "Milanese Di Pollo", Mr. C Cheeseburger, Broiled Chicken Wings, and a Football Whoopie Pie. For those who want to "play it safe," Bellin's A La Carte Menu will also be available.

Nothing says football season quite like burgers and beers — and luckily Bulla Gastrobar is pulling out all the stops for The Big Game. Featuring an extended happy hour (drinks only) from 5 p.m. to close, culinary specials and more, the Spanish tapas hotspot is the place to be to cheer on your team to victory. Specials include the signature Bulla Burger served with chips and topped with piquillo peppers, caramelized onions, tetilla cheese and honey thyme glaze sandwiched between a brioche bun for $10, as well as a Coca Brava flatbread with cumin marinated chicken, brava sauce, red onions and Mahón cheese for $10, and more. Cheers to The Big Game at Bulla, from kickoff to the final victory kneel down!

Looking for the perfect place to watch the big game on Feb. 2? Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar will be celebrating the biggest day in football with amazing deals. Cheer your team to victory while you enjoy specials like Pisco's signature Que Bestia Burger: the perfect fusion of an all-american classic with authentic, bold Peruvian flavors, featuring a 8 oz. certified Angus beef burger, with rocoto pepper aioli, tomato-panca chutney and shoestring potatoes for $10, or the new Chifa Bao Buns, made with braised pulled pork, pickled vegetables and amazing salsa criolla, for $10. Pair that with half-off draft beer and you have the perfect watch party!

What better dining destination than at the spot known for those looking to indulge? Savor some sweet treats and sip on some huge cocktails at Sugar Factory. Sitting right on Ocean Drive, this is the go-to spot for Big Game celebrations.

What pairs better with football than bar food? Enjoy the Big Game with a vast array of bar favorites to choose from like Pulled Pork BBQ sliders ($18) or Classic Buffalo wings ($16). With drinks as over the top as the portion sizes, Wild 'N Out is the ideal dining and drinking destination for the Big Game.

The Big Game is coming to town this weekend and there's no better way to enjoy it than with a Tullamore D.E.W. in hand and a taste of San Francisco. The triple distilled Irish whiskey has teamed up with famed San Francisco restaurant Buena Vista known for its famed Irish coffees (Fun fact: Buena Vista Cafe has served more than 40 million Irish coffees since it introduced the drink to San Francisco in 1952). From Wednesday through Sunday, they're bringing their expertise to Miami with the Buena Vista Pop Up at The Essex. Flying in two of their best bartenders, the pop-up will be serving Tullamore D.E.W Irish Coffee from Wednesday to Sunday (full schedule below). Can't make it to the pop-up? No worries! The Clevelander will also be serving up Tullamore D.E.W cocktails and Total Wine South Beach is another option for those looking to stock up their hotel rooms throughout the weekend. Delano Beach Club

Watch all the Big Game action live and in style at Delano Beach Club. Grab a group of fellow football fans to watch the game one of Delano's private cabanas while hanging out poolside. Guests can enjoy elevated gamenight bites such as wagyu sliders, crispy chicken sliders, lobster guacamole, and confit chicken wings. What's gameday without the proper libations? Delano has got you covered with beer buckets for $28, $10 LVE rose, and shot + beer specials for $19. To book a cabana/table please call (786) 479-8128.

Dragon Lounge, the intimate bar/lounge, located in the iconic SLS South Beach, gives football fans an exclusive air-conditioned hotspot to enjoy their favorite teams in action. Featuring mounted TVs throughout the venue with the complete Social Hour menu

available throughout the duration of every game (FYI everything on the Social Hour menu is $10 or less!), sports fans can experience games in an elevated setting and then head down to Hyde Beach to celebrate every win.

Watch the Big Game at Miami's favorite local hotspot. Hyde Beach will be hosting a Big Game viewing party and night swim while offering a special game day menu.

Situated in the center of the iconic SLS South Beach, Bar Centro by José Andrés will be hosting a viewing party with numerous TV screens for the Big Game. Enjoy food selections including various tapa sections like croquetas de pollo or jamón, conch fritters, sautéed shrimp, and specialty cocktails like the Dear Jasmine, Salt Air Margarita, Cropping Rope and more!

Featuring a carefully crafted menu made to celebrate the Big Game in the 305, Upland offers discounted classics like old fashioneds ($10), martinis ($12) and favorites like crispy chicken wings ($8). With offerings running from Tuesdays to the Big Sunday, there is plenty of time to enjoy these specials.

On Sunday, Feb. 2 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., root for your favorite team 18 stories up at the rooftop restaurant, WATR, of 1 Hotel South Beach. Guests can enjoy a special a la carte menu, music, and good vibes. General Admission tickets run for $150 and includes access to the rooftop bar & pool - where the game will be playing on a large screen - open bar, and a special big game a la carte menu. Some menu items that attendees may indulge in include duck nachos, wings, and a triple truffle Wagyu burger. Guests also have the option to reserve a cabana (10 people), which start at $7,000 and includes a dedicated server, bottle service, and food item choices from the menu.

Details: Enjoy a 100 percent plant-based Super Bowl at Planta South Beach. On Sunday, Feb. 2, come dressed in your NFL best and cheer on your favorites at Planta while watching the game and enjoying delicious game day specials. Rather stay home this Big Game Sunday? Place your order online for a big game platter with all the essentials, including Game Day Dip with black beans, queso, guacamole, tomato and tortilla chips, Caesar Salad, Buffalo Cauliflower Wings, Planta Burger Sliders, and more, including a Game Day Cookie to satisfy any sweet tooth. At $120 per order, each Game Day platter serves 4 people for the perfect championship Sunday takeout experience.

Located in Miami Beach's locals-friendly neighborhood of Sunset Harbour, Chef Bee is showcasing an eclectic menu featuring Thai street fare and Japanese specialties. Whether you're looking for simple but refined sushi or spicy curry dinner at NaiYara is nothing short of excellence. For the Big Game, NaiYaRa will be serving the Big Game Sampler ($100),this delicious platter includes Sriracha Wings, Sticky Spare Ribs, Beef Jerky, Chicken Dumplings, Popcorn Shrimp and new items such as the Leek Dumplings.

Chic, minimalist hotspot and local favorite that overlooks the Miami River, Zuma Miami offers an internationally acclaimed style of modern and contemporary Japanese cuisine in the heart of Downtown Miami. Featuring beautiful outdoor and dockside seating and sophisticated cuisine philosophy that calls for flavorsome dishes (inspired by the informal Japanese dining style called izakaya) -- the environment is always fun and vibrant. Whether you are looking to casually scope out the A+ celeb scene at the lounge, hang out at the bar, discover dockside dining at the coveted terrace tables, taste a little bit of everything during its weekend brunch, or enjoy the newly renovated PDR and private riverfront terrace, Zuma Miami is the epitome of the world's chicest scene-and-be-seen. P.S. don't miss out on their sake marinated wings during the big game weekend.BALEENkitchen

Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner (between 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.): Just minutes away from Hard Rock stadium, BALEENkitchen at Solé Miami brings an incredible, nomadic lifestyle to the table with a menu that celebrates the flavors of the world and design reflecting the same. Globally-inspired, locally-sourced, the location boasts gorgeous indoor and outdoor dining seating, and serves up eclectic menus within impactful interiors inspired by an international sense of adventure. Fresh takes on dishes highlighting the land and nearby-sea are fused with exotic flavors and local produce, further paired with a robust list of craft cocktails and an extensive list of exotic takes on the classic Moscow Mule. MR CHOW

As synonymous with renowned theatrics and fine dining as it is with quality service, MR CHOW's Miami Beach location is ideal for a Big Game festivies. Home to the unique 123-foot Gold-lead and Swarovski crystal chandelier and known for their Christofle Champagne Cart, MR CHOW Miami attracts an A-list clientele. International Smoke

Stemmed from Chef Michael Mina and Ayesha Curry's personal travels around the world, the restaurant celebrates food as the heart of the community and spotlights how global approaches to fire, grilling, smoke, and international flavors create dishes that bring people together. Inside the restaurant, diners can appreciate hand-painted graffiti murals by artist Edward Granger, best known for his installations around the Design District and Piaget Miami. Additionally, kick off the greatest weekend in Miami with Los Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley at International Smoke. Hosted by the former UM kicker recognized as the university's all-time leader scorer, the brunch will feature famed fare by Chef Michael Mina as well as craft cocktails. In partnership with Vayner Sports, additional NFL attendees will be announced. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.

Manhattan's iconic Restaurant Rao's takes over W South Beach: W South Beach and Wheels up are partnering with NYC hot spot Rao's Italian Restaurant to bring Rao's by the Beach to the magic city. The pop-up restaurant is modeled after the exclusive "regulars only" NYC hub, which will be open January 29 – February 1, bringing their infamous Southern Neapolitan Italian cuisine and world-class hospitality. Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models Jasmine Sanders, Kate Bock, and cover star Camille Kostek will be hosting Friday night. Room packages start at $20K, inclusive of a Rao's table reservation.

The Ritz Carlton, Coconut Grove, Miami is offering a full weekend of specials available Thursday through Sunday, Feb. 2.

Jaya is offering diners an extravagant big game Sunday brunch curated by Executive Chef Vijay Veena. The lavish buffet will include an impressive, epicurean spread featuring traditionaland 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 the soulful sounds of live music in the courtyard. The brunch is priced at $145+ per person and $65+ per child (ages 5-12) from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Valet costs $17 per car with validation. Miami Beach. Reservations are required and can be made on Opentable, or by calling the phone number above.

Wynwood's burger and beer hotspot, KUSH, will host a not-to-be-missed party on Saturday, Feb. 1. The shindig is an homage to the movie "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" that was shot in Miami. In the film, Miami's team mascot and players, including Dan Marino, are kidnapped by a crazed former player. This is a fun, free event that will include a recreation of Ray Finkle's bedroom, complimentary laces out football cookies and a specially brewed beer by Tank Brewing. A portion of beer sales will benefit the local Dolphin Research Center: The event runs from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. with a performance at 3:05 p.m. Reservations can be made on Eventbrite.

The hotel is welcoming football fans with a limited-time Big Game Beachfront Offer. Less than 20 minutes away from all the action at Hard Rock Stadium, the casual-luxe, beachfront resort has limited last-minute availability with preferred rates starting at $399 now through Feb. 3. Perks include complimentary resort credit covering wireless internet, fitness center access, two beach chairs daily and more. Throughout the weekend, the resort's oceanfront dining venues will offer football fans a South Florida experience, featuring a variety of tropical-inspired menus and live entertainment. Located directly on the Intracoastal Waterway, 5 o'Clock Somewhere Bar & Grill will show the game on a big screen while guests enjoy drinks, starters, and breathtaking sunset views from catered tiki huts and waterfront tables. For reservations, please call (954) 874–4443. LandShark Bar & Grill, with beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean, will serve up themed menu items to help fans support their favorite team – San Francisco 49ers fans may enjoy a Stir Fry Bowl and draft LandShark Lager combo, while Kansas City Chiefs fans might like a BBQ Burger paired with a Peach Moonshine Margarita. Fans can enjoy the game from under the stars with a boat drink in hand.

Still need a game plan for Super Bowl Sunday? LIV it up at Wynwood hotspot Le Chick — the perfect locale for football fans to celebrate the biggest game of the year! On Sunday, Feb. 2, the restaurant will invite guests for an intimate watch party where they'll be televising the game outdoors. The restaurant will also offer their limited time Hot Wings — deep fried wings, tossed in sriracha vinegar hot sauce and topped with fresh chives. Guests can also enjoy Le Chicks's signature menu of game day-inspired eats including BBQ Baby Back Ribs, Fried Chicken Bun and the Royale Cheeseburger — all Le Chick signature items and perfect for the occasion.

The South Beach outpost of the popular, seafood-centric SoHo restaurant will be celebrating The big game with a delicious discount— the Bash Burger Bowl Week. Enjoy the notorious Lure Burger "Bash Style"— 5-time winner of the New York Food and Wine Festival's Burger Bash and personal favorite of model and TV personality, Chrissy Teigen — paired with a craft beer of choice for just $25 on Monday, January 27 through Sunday, Feb 2. A classic LA-inspired burger topped with American cheese, loaded with secret sauce and caramelized onion, bacon jam, and shaved pickles.Taurus Beer & Whiskey House

Nestled 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 each participating team. Enjoy Kansas City BBQ ribs served with Eye for the Goat beans and fries; and San Francisco Cioppino — crab, jumbo shrimp, mussels, clams, tomato sourdough toast. Drink specials will be available all day and include $3 Taurus Ale, $18 domestic beer buckets, and $5 well drinks.

Chef Danny Ganem and The Betsy team have created an action-packed day, perfect for enjoying the Big Game. 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 lacarte menu items) and a fun game room with arcade games. The Lounge/Lobby Bar (open until 1 a.m.): Watch the game with bottomless Betsy Rosa Beer and chicken wings ($49).

Located steps away from Super Bowl Village in downtown Miami, Toro Toro is located inside theInterContinental Miami. The restaurant concept, created by celebrity Chef Richard Sandoval, is a Pan-Latin interpretation of a contemporary steakhouse that celebrates Latin American flavors through a menu of shareable plates, craft cocktails and a sexy ambiance both inside the restaurant and at the bar/lounge area. The restaurant will be offering a specialty pre-game day lunch buffet ($21++ per person) on Saturday, Feb. 1 featuring game day finger foods such as wings, nachos, onion rings and more along with beer bucket specials.

DUNE is celebrating the biggest game of the year 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 to 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. Menu offerings will reflect the regional cuisine of both rivalingteams. An indoor projector will be available for guests to view the game as well as cornhole stations courtesy of Funky Buddha Brewery. The festivities will kick off at 6:30 p.m. until 11 p.m. For more information and reservations contact

On Sunday, Feb. 2, football and margarita lovers will enjoy a day full of food, football and fun and the chance to win a one-year bar tab at Lona Cocina Y Tequileria on Fort Lauderdale Beach. Start the day with an enhanced brunch sponsored by Volcan Tequila. From 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. brunch-goers will have a plethora of game day themed margaritas to choose from as well as the opportunity to spin their way to the perfect 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 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Featured drinks will include game day themed margaritas and buckets of beer.

Offering casual American waterfront dining by Executive Chef Bruce Feingold with views overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway in Delray Beach. Deck 84 invites football fans to join them for the Big Game. A premier dining destination for vacationers, boaters and local residents in search of prime outdoor seating, the laidback eatery will be celebrating with half-priced drinks at the bar and high tops during the game along with several food specials. Guests are also invited to pregame the kickoff festivities with live music from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Space is also available for larger parties. Reservations are highly encouraged.

Boca Raton's storied Italian hotspot will be offering several takeout packages perfect for those looking to celebrate game day Sunday at home. Guests are able to customize orders; additional a la carte options also available.

Join Time Out Market Miami for a full day of great food, excellent drink specials, fun games, photo boomerang activations, and, of course the big game. The all-day watch party starts at 11 a.m. — Miami Style — combining the tasty grub of a (both classic tailgate and elevated dining) with unreal drink deals and the massive screen you can only find at your local movie theater—except no one will tell you to keep it down if you happen to cheer too loudly. Select from one of our three packages available, including group specials and reserved seating. The General Admission Game Day Special features Bucket of 5 beers for $20 all day. The 305 Package — Starting early at 3 p.m. to midnight you will have access to our Happy Hour menu choosing from our selective beverage specials with a minimum purchase of a $40 Time Out Market Card redeemable at all our market eateries and bars. The SoBe VIP Group Package — starting at 5 p.m. to midnight. In a very limited quantity we are offering guaranteed group seating close to the 187-square-foot TV. Starting for a minimum group of 8 people you get 4 buckets/4 beers per bucket or 8 beer buckets/4 beers for a group of maximum 16 people. In both instances you also have access to our Happy Hour menu choosing from our selective beverage specials and a $30 Time Out Market Card per person to use towards any of our food concessioners. Disclaimer: *Reserved seating only with SoBe VIP Group Package.

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Doors open at 5 p.m. Sunday ahead of the start of Super Bowl LIV. The game will be shown on our drop down projector. Enjoy happy hour until 9 p.m. on all signature cocktails, buckets of beer and special game day snacks.

Score food and drink deals at Royal Pig Pub on Super Bowl Sunday. Royal Pig Pub is offering a Burger and Beer special that includes a chef created burger, fries and a beer for $10. The restaurant will also offer bottomless grey goose cocktails for $27.97 starting at 5 p.m. Whether you are craving great food or a classic cocktail Royal Pig Pub has you covered. Enjoy some of our handcrafted cocktails made from only the freshest ingredients we also carry a wide variety of beer and wine. From our appetizers to our pub favorites our mouthwatering menu will have you craving more.

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