Where to watch the Fifa World Cup
in Miami, FL
The Fifa World Cup is already in full swing! Our rentals are all equipped with cable HD Flat screen TVs to watch the games from the comfort of our Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale properties. But in case you are looking for a more social environment, where you can share your soccer passion with a melting pot of fellow fans, we have put together for you the following list of the best 10 spots to watch World Cup games around Miami.
American Social – Brickell
690 SW First Ct., Miami
If you’re following the US team, American Social is a great place to watch the World Cup in Brickell. They’ll be open early at times and they’ll have lots of cocktail specials. Thanks to 3,000-plus square feet of patio, soccer fans taking in the big games will have no problem stretching out their legs.
Veza Sur – Wynwood
55 NW 25th St., Miami
The Wynwood brewery turns into Miami’s unofficial World Cup headquarters, broadcasting every single game from a giant projector on the patio. Sport your favorite team’s jersey to watch and enjoy $2 Brazilian Chopps during the match.
La Santa Taqueria – Little Haiti
201 NE 82nd St., Miami
Chef Omar Montero’s Mexican taqueria in Little River is the place to watch the World Cup. Festivities for the watch parties will feature big screens, food and drink specials, and plenty of tequila and mezcal to celebrate the goals. Food and drink promotions will include $12 guacamole with chicharron and $30 beer buckets.
Boteco – Miami
916 NE 79th St., Miami
Do you love legendary Brazilian footballer Neymar, or enjoy eating a plate of kibe frito while Brazilians dance to samba? Then Boteco is the place to watch Brazil add to its illustrious World Cup lore. While some bars might be transforming themselves into a hot World Cup sports viewing destination, Boteco is accustomed to hosting soccer fans year-round. For the World Cup action, Boteco will show the games on large flat screens, plus two projectors.
Mickey Burks – Miami Beach
1265 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Mickey Burkes is one of the few Miami pubs that will open early for most games, including the 5 a.m. Japan vs. Costa Rica match on November 27. This Irish pub gathers a strong contingent of fans who watch the games on 15 flatscreen TVs. For weekend games, Mickey Burkes offers a bottomless brunch from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Wynwood Marketplace – Wynwood
2250 NW 2nd Ave., Miami
This November 20 through December 18, Wynwood Marketplace will be home to the Watch the Cup watch party, sponsored by Modelo. Here, both local and international visitors and fans alike will be able to watch the daily shows streamed live. If you RSVP in advance, you can get a free beer!
Time Out Marketplace – Miami Beach
1601 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach
Miami Beach’s Time Out Market food hall is screening the World Cup. This is an excellent choice for those that love options. You’ll have plenty to choose from and a full bar. Food concepts include Clyde’s Caribbean, Little Liberty, Chik’n Jones, and Pizzella.
Batch Gastropub – Brickell
30 SW 12th St., Miami
Batch is the official “Brickell Budweiser Home for World Cup,” with most people rooting for team USA, but Batch’s Kevin Danilo says that all fans are welcome. Batch will show all games that start at 10 a.m. or later (with sound) on its 16 screens and three 150-inch projectors.
The Fontainebleau – Miami Beach
4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
The Fontainebleau’s onsite bars Bleau Bar (showing the 8 a.m. games) and Arkadia (showing the 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. games) will be broadcasting all the World Cup matches live. The best part? They’ll do so while serving up specialty-themed food and beverage specials, each representing the countries playing that day. That means you can sup on chimichurri skirt steak while you cheer on Argentina, dig into bratwurst when Germany plays, and sip French 75 cocktails whenever France takes the field.
Oasis Wynwood – Wynwood
2335 N. Miami Ave., Miami
This outdoor food hall and entertainment venue in Wynwood features six dining concepts, a commanding Tower Bar and a stage, where big-name acts perform nearly every weekend. Oasis Wynwood will display the matches on a massive 10’x22’ LED screen in the expansive courtyard surrounded by a variety of outdoor dining options like Mr. Mandolin, Prince Street Pizza and Los Buenos along with a full bar serving craft cocktail carafes ($48), buckets of beer ($35 for 5) and hard seltzer buckets ($35 for 5). Free with RSVP