If you watched the game at Udonis Haslem’s house, we assume it would be like this
Who better to cook for you during the Super Bowl than a guy who’s won multiple NBA Championships? That’s kinda what you’ll get at 800 Degrees, where co-owner Udonis Haslem presides over an all-you-can-eat barbecue spread that’ll include baby back ribs, brisket, D-Wade’s woodfired burger sliders, UD’s woodfired wings, and more. Plus $6 specialty cocktails and $4 beers.
Because sometimes it’s fun to give up and embrace the crazy
You wanna avoid the LIV/South Beach crowds and watch the Super Bowl with a close group of friends? Cool. You wanna immerse yourself in the Super-Bowl-in-Miami experience like you don’t have to sit on the Palmetto for an hour to get to work the next day? Get yourself to the Official Big Game Tailgate Party, where Pepsi will have a slew of DJs playing when the game’s not on. You can watch all the commercials on YouTube monday.
West Palm Beach
When one Super Bowl Sunday just isn’t enough
Maybe you wanna get as far away from South Florida during the Super Bowl as you can. Or maybe you think the Super Bowl is best watched with a fruity drink in hand whilst surrounded by water. Jump on the MV Grand Classica in the Port of Palm Beach on Feb 1 for a special two-night sailing to Nassau, which will include a massive in-game tailgate buffet and appearances by local NFL players Darren Studstill, A.J. Johnson, DaJuan Morgan, and Emanuel Cook.
Cost: Starts at $129 per person
Watch the game projected on the side of a yacht, because this is Miami
Brickell’s newest drink-by-the-water party spot hosts its first Super Bowl party beginning at 11am, when Riverside will project Super Bowl LIV on the side of a 60-foot yacht ensuring you absolutely know you’re watching the game in Miami. You’ll also find barbecue, and a post-game party with, you guessed it, a live DJ.
Cost: Free to attend. Drinks, food, and yachts will cost you.