Since Marc Anthony stopped inviting you places after you said J-Lo had better cheekbones, there's Duffy's Sports Grill's Hall of Champions in Sun Life Stadium: a new luxury-box-meets-sports-bar (opening to the public for the Fins/Broncs game on Sunday), which basically ticks off everything on the private suite checklist, but doesn't require you spending Paul Soliai's salary per tackle ($2,476,200) to get into one. Everything else you need to know:
- For as low as $150, it's the only way to buy an individual suite ticket in the entire stadium. "Sweet" tickets can still be bought from either guy in Dude, Where's My Car?
- A private "club level" entrance lets you bypass the herbs at the turnstiles, and you can also swing by the Fins' trophy case to remind you of happier days, when Paul Soliai wasn't making $2,476,200 a tackle.
- You get preferred parking, so if your name is Marty McFly, you don't have to make out with your mom this time.
- The newly wood-floored space with 40 flatscreens is the size of 4-5 full luxury boxes, with both ticketed seats and considerably cheaper standing room/bar tables up for grabs.
- They'll always have an all-you-can-eat buffet going (wings, burgers, dogs...), as well as an open bar with red/white wine and beer, so you’ll just have to bring a flask of Aftershock like usual.
They've also just opened Duffy's Sky Club, which delivers basically the same deal at the Bank Atlantic Center for Panthers games, which Marc Anthony stopped inviting you to after he realized they played hockey.