Super Bowl Sunday is almost here!
The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs will be competing for the Lombardi trophy in Super Bowl LVII.
If you don’t want to watch the game at home, there’s plenty of hot spots where you can watch the big match up.
Several South Florida bars are serving up great food and drink deals that you don’t want to fumble.
The Parrot Lounge on Fort Lauderdale Beach is the perfect place for Eagles fans in South Florida.
The Philly-family-friendly place is opening its doors at 4 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday for fans to cheer on their team to a possible victory, however they’re already booked.
A place for Broward and Miami-Dade football fanatics is American Social -- known for its comfort food with a twist and craft beers.
They’re hosting a Super Bowl party at both locations and will have $20 buckets of beer and $30 High Noon or Truly.
Keeping it in the Magic City -- what would a Super Bowl party be without a club?
At E11EVEN, the party starts at 5 p.m. with open bar from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., and a complimentary BBQ plate while watching the game in surround sound.
And Rihanna won’t be the only performer you’ll see there as they’ll have a live special show.
To get in, tickets start at $75.
Over in Wynwood, Bottled Blonde Miami is hosting a Super Bowl watch party as well.
You can get your head in the game with 49 HD-TV’s and two 24-foot projector walls.
They’re offering “The Big Game Super Platter,” which is $100. It serves four people with ribs, wings and fries.
After the game, the bar turns into a club.
And how about a game within a game?
“While you’re bowling, or eating, or just dinning, every single TV will be focused on the Super Bowl,” said Justin Gralnick, King’s Dining and Entertainment Southern Director of Entertainment.
Kings Dining and Entertainment at City Place Doral is hosting a party as well, starting at 6 p.m.
They’re serving up half-priced pizza at halftime and $25 beer buckets.
You can bowl while watching the game, and don’t worry about a DJ interrupting the fun.
“A lot of people stay home so they can watch the $6 million commercials for 30 seconds each and the halftime show,” Gralnick said. “So to know that you can be out, socialize, have a great time at a great venue with a great ambience -- typically we will have people get out of their house and come to Kings to watch it.”
Some places you will want to RSVP to in advance, but others you can just pull up.