Football fans, from all over the country and the world, will be joining Floridian locals in beautiful Miami for Super Bowl LIV. The 100th season of National Football League championship game will be held at Miami Garden’s Hard Rock Stadium, with a halftime show featuring Latina superstars, J Lo (Jennifer Lopez) and Shakira.
So, when in the Magic City, consider celebrating the Super Bowl weekend, Miami-style. Visit one of these Miami hotspots to share punch bowl cocktails with friends and fellow NFL fans.
Toro Toro – Downtown Miami
Upscale Latin America-inspired steakhouse, with a sexy vibe, specializing in Pan-Latin steaks and cocktails at the Intercontinental Hotel overlooking Downtown Miami’s Biscayne Bay, -and near Bayfront Park’s Amphitheater, the venue for the Super Bowl Live outdoor concerts.
Supersized Classics with a Pan-Latin Twist at Toro Toro
Fall in the Tropics
A cocktail and a show, the Fall in the Tropics cocktail is made with Don Q Oak Barrel Spiced Rum, Cardinal Mendoza Brandy, Luxardo Maraschino, Sherry, Pineapple, Cinnamon, Almond Milk, Peach, Orange and Honey. The cocktail is completed table side as rosemary is torched and the two mouths of the vessel are lit on fire; serves 4 people.
Also available, Rum Berry Mule -a giant and tropical twist on a Moscow Mule, this drink is made with Bacardi Superior Rum, Myers Rum, Orange, Pineapple, Guava and assorted, seasonal Fruits; serves 4 people.
100 Chopin Plaza (inside the InterContinental), Downtown Miami ; @torotoromiami; www.torotoromiami.com
Pizza & Burger by Michael Mina – Miami Beach
Nationally-acclaimed restaurateur and Chef Michael Mina’s lively eatery serving elevated burgers and cocktails in a chill space underneath the glamorous Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel.
Tiki-Inspired Boozy Punch Bowls at Pizza & Burger by Michael Mina
Absolute vodka, Lemon Juice, Jalapeno Hibiscus Syrup, and Fresh Watermelon Juice; serves 10-12 people.
Volcan Tequila, Pineapple Juice, Coco Lopez, Lime and Blue Curacao; serves 10-12 people.
Malibu Rum, St. Germaine, Fresh Lychee, Lemon and Cranberry Juice; serves 10-12 people.
4441 Collins Avenue (inside the Fontainebleau Miami Beach), Miami Beach, FL; @dinebleau @fontainebleau; https://www.fontainebleau.com/dining/pizza-burgers/miami-restaurant
Le Jardinier – Miami Design District
The upscale French restaurant and bar is located in Miami’s Design District and the latest outpost of the 2020 Michelin 1 star-rewarded Le Jardinier New York. The modern, light-filled space features an Art Deco vibe and a tropical outdoor dining garden.
Garden Patio Punch Bowls at Le Jardinier
Piscine de Rosé
Served in a ceramic punch bowl, the cocktail is made with Triennes Rosé, St. Germain Liqueur, Tequila Blanco, Lime, Grapefruit Cordial, and Sparkling Rosé; serves 4-6 people.
A refreshing cocktail offered in a pitcher and made with St. Germain, Carrot, Lemon, Ginger Beer, Orange Bitters, and Blanquette de Limoux; serves 4-6 people, (booze version also available).
A totally Insta-worthy fall drink, the PSL is made with Santa Teresa 1796 Rum and Grand Marnier shaken with Toasted Pumpkin Seed, Cinnamon, Clove, and Cold Brew, all served inside a Frozen Pumpkin; serves 4-6 people.
151 NE 41st Street, Suite 135, Miami Design District; @lejardiniermiami; www.lejardinier-miami.com
Brightline’s Big Game Survival Travel Kit for Super Bowl LIV
As tens of thousands of visitors prepare to descend on South Florida for the Super Bowl, opt to travel on the Brightline, South Florida’s high-speed rail service (Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach). Both visitors and locals can enjoy a care-free, car-free week with the help of the Big Game Survival Kit. This travel kit will include 10 one-way rides and all the essential items to get you through the week’s events- a Brightline backpack and t-shirt, $5 coupons to Central Fare, Celsius Hydration Packs, a map to all of the Big Game festivities and parties and much more. In addition, the high-speed rail service will also be offering late night trains during all of the weekend’s festivities throughout South Florida.
For information on Brightline’s high-speed rail service, the Big Game Survival Kit, or the new schedule updates, visit: www.gobrightline.com
TIP: On the Big Day, two free shuttle buses will depart on the hour from 12:30 pm until 6:30 pm from Brightline’s Fort Lauderdale Station to the Walmart parking lot across from Hard Rock Stadium. Riders must show train tickets to board and the shuttle will only be provided to the game (no return shuttle).
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