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Ten best Miami spots to watch Spain play in the FIFA World Cup

Today's lunch time game: Spain vs. Australia at 12 p.m.

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These are the 10 restaurants and bars in Miami with the best menu and ambiance to watch the Spain national soccer team play against Australia during lunch time Monday.

1. Barceloneta, 5850-B Sunset Dr. in South Miami: The "Charcuteria y Quesos" menu section includes a selection of goat milk cheeses that go perfectly with their flat breads.

2. Barceloneta, 1400 20th St., Miami Beach: The "Bar del Mar" menu section includes the traditional Albacore made out of white tuna, gazpacho vinaigrette, fennel and oil powder. 

3. Bocaito Spanish Cuisine, 1801 Coral Way in Miami: The owner are from Andalucia. The filet Mignon in a wine reduction sauce comes with their home made "patatas."

4. Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita, 1000 S. Miami Ave., in Miami's Brickell area: The house wine can be paired with the chicken fingers and the croquettes.

5. Casa Juancho, 2436 SW 8th St., Miami's Little Havana: They are known for their authentic "morcilla" and their traditional "tabla of jamon serrano."

6. Casa Panza, 1620 SW 8th St.,  Miami's Little Havana: The paella portions are big enough for two or three.

7. Delicias de Espana, 4016 SW 57th Ave., near Coral Gables: This restaurant and store has great sandwiches and you can buy the ingredients to try to make them at home yourself.

8.  El Carajo International Tapas and Wines, 2465 SW 17th Ave., Miami: This secret, intimate spot is inside a gas station.

9. Tapas Benidorm,  900 S. Miami Ave., in Miami's Brickell area: The white sangria is refreshing. 

10. Casa Paco, 8868 SW 40th St., in Miami: The "Caldo Gallego" is an authentic appetizer and the "Pudin de Pan" is a rich and deliciously sweet dessert.