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Six spots to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday

Six spots to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday

Super Bowl Sunday is quite possibly the greatest Sunday of the year, so celebrate accordingly. While a house party is usually always a good time, we’ve found a few options to make sure you’ll watch the Denver Broncos take on the North Carolina Panthers in style, even if you’re really just watching for the commercials. By the way, the game starts at 6:30 p.m.

E11EVEN MIAMI

The 24-hour club never stops the party, so why would the Super Bowl be any different? The over-the-top-spot is putting on not one, but two events for your viewing pleasure. A 32-foot LED screen will be set up in the main room while a 16-foot LED screen will sit in the day-club room. As if that's not enough, 52 TV's will also play the game, all with the same booming sound system. Doors open at 5 p.m. Tickets are $50 for women, $75 for men, which includes open bar from 6-10 p.m. and a barbecue.

E11even's rooftop also offers an open-air option with views on a 16-foot LED screen. The roof has a lounge-like feel with fire pits, sofas and bottle service. A full-service bar and kitchen menu is available, along with light bites and a complimentary drink. This party will also have giveaways from Power96 radio, like concert tickets to Justin Bieber, Maroon 5 or Ellie Goulding. Doors open at 5 p.m. Tickets are $20.

E11even is at 29 NE 11th St., Miami. For more on either event, call 305-305-6611 or visit 11Miami.com

THE BUTCHER SHOP BEER GARDEN AND GRILL

Catch the game on the big screens and projectors set up outside at this beer garden. The Butcher Shop will sell $19 pitchers of beer from Miami breweries such as Concrete Beach Brewery, J. Wakefield Brewing and Wynwood Brewing Company during the game. Or, get 10 wings and a pitcher of Mahou beer for $20. If you're more of a foodie than a beer drinker, this appetizer combo is for you. The combo comes with two pickles wrapped in fried bacon, two pork sliders, two pierogies (dumplings) and four spaetzle balls, which are deep fried mac-and-cheese balls, all for $15.

The Butcher Shop is at 165 NW 23rd St., Miami. For more, call 305-846-9120 or visit TheButcherShopMiami.com.

VILLAGE PUB

Celebrate the Super Bowl's 50th at this gay-friendly bar with $12 domestic and $15 imported beer buckets. There are 17 TV's to watch the game at the Village Pub. Plus, at half time, enjoy a complimentary buffet. Yes, we said free. The buffet spread includes items such as sandwich platters, chicken wings, pasta and salad.

The Village Pub is at 2283 Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors. For more, call 754-200-5244 or visit VillagePubWM.com.

AMERICA'S BACKYARD

Even though the game starts at 6:30 p.m., you can never start too early, right? At 2:30 p.m. America's Backyard will start tailgating with cornhole and beer pong games, as well as live music from Deerfield Beach's folk band Uproot Hootenanny and acoustic rock from Delray Beach's Justin Enco and the Poor Life Decisions Band. There will also be drink specials on Tito's vodka, plus barbecue and raffles. Well drinks will range from $6-8. Tickets start at $20. A $50 "fun package" will get you beer all day and access to the buffet, as well as a raffle ticket and games with "awesome prizes" such as gift cards, bar tabs, brewery tours and vacation get-aways. For $100, you'll get the "fun package" plus VIP access, top shelf Tito's vodka, premium food and a goodie bag with a raffle ticket included. All net proceeds from the event will benefit the Miami Cancer Institute.

America's Backyard is at 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. For more, call 954-449-1025 or go to MyAmericasBackyard.com.

GREASE BURGER BAR

Tailgating is one of the best parts about football, and with that comes beer. Grease Burger Bar has nearly 200 to choose from, either by the bottle or on tap. Local varieties include Due South Brewing Co., Florida Beer Company and SaltWater Brewery. Plus, the burger bar will offer five domestic bottles for $15 or $20 for imported. If beer isn't your thing, don't worry. Grease Burger also has around 200 whiskeys and bourbons to select from. While watching the game on any of their 20 plasma TV's, enjoy food specials like $2.50 sliders, 75-cent wings or the $13.95 Super Bowl shuffle platter, which comes with wings, sliders, coleslaw and a half-rack of ribs.

Grease Burger Bar is at 213 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. For more, call 561-651-1075 or visit GreaseWPB.com.

DECK 84

This spot along the intercoastal has nine flat screen TV's between the inside bar and the outside deck. Enjoy 75-cent wings with buffalo and bleu cheese, mango barbecue and mustard, or sweet chile and dynamite. Or, try the pan-fried Key West snapper sandwich on challah bread ($18), crispy fried chicken sliders ($12), or dips and chips ($14) which come with an assortment of dips, such as queso con chiles, caramelized onion and guacamole. Wash down your chips with 32-ounce vodka punch buckets ($10). Deck 84 will also offer half-off all drafts including local beers from Due South Brewing Co. and Funky Buddha. Drinks specials start at 5 p.m.

Deck 84 is at 840 E Atlantic. Ave., Delray Beach. For more, call 561-665-8484 or vast Deck84.com.

TJMedina@SouthFlorida.com / @MedinasMedia

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