Hi, how are you? Today, Miami Design District will show you the best places to watch the Brazil World Cup games in Miami.
You’re a lucky guy if you’re visiting Miami during the Brazil World Cup! With my help, it won’t be hard to find a place to watch the Brazil World Cup games in Miami, believe. Many of the Miami restaurants and bars will be showing the games and with the diverse range of nationalities in the region and you’ll be able to taste the flavors of the country you are watching. Where are you from?
Here is a guide to the TOP Spots to watch Brazil World Cup games in Miami.
Fado Irish Pub
900 S. Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33130; 786-924-0972
Firmly established as one of the best places to watch games in Brickell, Fado has been chosen as one of the official U.S. Soccer Bars. It should be packed with fans throughout the tournament. Ireland didn’t qualify, but that won’t stop Fado from offering up food and drink specials, predicting games and a bracket challenge. The pub also promises a special Game Day Menu.
1020 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139; 877-532-4006
Long a landmark party stop on South Beach’s Ocean Drive, the Clevelander boasts multiple outdoor bars with DJs spinning, dancing by the pool and a lively sports bar in Miami. It’s expected to be turned into the Brazil World Cup headquarters and it’s the ideal stop in the heart of South Beach for enjoying a pint or two while supporting your team. With the music pounding outdoors, it will be easy to transition from watching the game to celebrating victory in style.
The Playwright Irish Pub
1265 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139; 305-534-0667
If Ocean Drive is a little too extreme for your footballing taste, then South Beach has a more traditional option. Tucked on the corner of 13th Street and Washington Avenue, the Playwright is a down-to-earth boozer with plenty of screens and two main rooms, which can allow for split viewing when needed. It has a solid core of fans who take in the Premier League action on the weekend. There is a bar food menu, but there are also plenty of good dining options nearby, if you find you can only eat once you know the final score.
Duffy’s Sports Grill North Miami Beach
3969 NE 163rd St, North Miami Beach, FL 33160; 305-760-2124
If you are in the Sunny Isles/Aventura area, then Duffy’s is a great option. One of the few sports bars in Miami right on the water, yachts from the intracoastal pull up and dock right in front of the bar. Duffy’s has indoor and outdoor bars, which are both packed with television screens. The terrace restaurant also shows the games, and the never-ending two-for-one drink specials make it a reasonably priced night too. Duffy’s draws big crowds for NBA and NFL action and is sure to be rocking for the World Cup.
Fritz & Franz Bierhaus
60 Merrick Way, Coral Gables, FL 33134; 305-774-1883
No World Cup is complete without Germany competing in the tournament, and while it may surprise some, Coral Gables has the perfect spot for watching the Mannschaft while enjoying the taste of Germany’s fine beers and filling foods. The decor provides a genuine beer hall vibe while the menu features the classic sausages and schnitzels, as well as plenty of other delicious options. Drink some of the finest beer in the world while enjoying the company of soccer loving clientele who have long been enjoying games in the European atmosphere at Fritz & Franz.
5501 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137; 305-757-1807
On Saturday mornings, Churchill’s in Little Haiti is filled with lovers of English football grabbing some bacon and eggs with their first pint of the day. In the evening, it becomes a music venue with a distinct edge. The ownership of the pub is due to change just before the Brazil World Cup, but the regulars hope that the much-loved spot won’t lose its unique appeal. Off the beaten path and grungier than your typical English pub abroad, Churchill’s is certainly a place with character.
Elwood’s Gastro Pub
188 NE 3rd Avenue, Miami, FL 33132; 305-358-5222
Known for its high-quality pub food menu, Elwood’s is also home to a strange soccer community—the Miami Arsenal Supporters’ Club. A vegan menu is a rarity for a pub, as is a good wine list—both are found here. A loyal crowd of English fans pack in on Saturday mornings for games and they order up the authentic fish and chips. You can definitely expect a lively atmosphere at Elwood’s throughout the World Cup.
So, where will you watch the Brazil World Cup games in Miami? And what team will you support? Let me know all in the comments! Those are my favorite sport restaurants in Miami! Please, don’t forget to subscribe Miami Design District.