Where to watch the Super Bowl

By Micaela Hood,

2:17 PM EST, January 30, 2013


Couldn't afford tickets to Phoenix?  Don't worry, there's plenty of places to watch Super Bowl lXLIX and its million-dollar commercials.

Whether you're a die-hard Patriots or Seahawks Fan, Super Bowl in South Florida is the second best option come game day.

Boston's on the Beach: Patriots fans are reving up for the Super Bowl. Luckily, they have a place to cheer on any team not named Baltimore. For $75, enjoy all you can eat-and-drink. Reserve online here or call 561-274-2339. 40 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach.

Bru's Room: This popular sports bar at 35 NE Second Ave., Delray is known to be Ravens-friendly. There are other locations in Broward. Go to for the restaurant nearest you.

Bud Light Ultimate Superbowl Tailgate Party: Head over to the Shops at Mary Brickell Village where you can watch the big game on TV screens throughout the plaza. Sample drinks and food from participated restaurants such as Balans, Fado Irish Pub and Blue Martini.  900 S. Miami Ave., Miami. Go to

Hyde: The chic lounge inside the SLS Hotel will host a pool and pigskin BBQ starting at 5 p.m.  Enjoy food and beer specials.. 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 305-674-1701. For info, go to HydeBeachMiami

Rum Line: Watch the big game on a 60-inch screen. Drink specials include $4 beers, $8 daiquiris, mojitos, Cuba libres, and rum Old Fashioned.  1601 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. For info, click here.

Village Grille: Cheer on the Patriots with fellow patrons at this bar. Starting at 4 p.m., a block party (with nearby restaurant 101 Ocean) will feature two 26-foot TV screens and a DJ. 4404 El Mar Dr., Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. Go to or call 954-776-5092.

Village Pub: This gay-friendly video bar's specials include $10 domestic and $15 imported beer buckets, a halftime buffet and $4 Findlandia Vodka drinks. 2283 Wilton Dr., Wilton Manors. Go to