Amadeus Bar inside The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami,  3300 SW 27th Avenue, Coconut Grove, 305-644-4680, 305-644-4680 From  7 a.m. to 5 p.m. during World Cup matches, the Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami is transforming its Amadeus Bar into a World Cup Lounge.  Fans can lounge on plush sofas or gather around high-topped tables to view matches on multiple flat screen TVs while enjoying local cuisine, tapas-syle bar bites, snacks and more than 30 beers from around the workd, as well as breakfast during morning matches.  Cost:   $15 per person includes all-access satellite feeds for viewing every live match and either a continental breakfast buffet for morning matches or snacks (salad bar, pizza and local cuisine sampler) for afternoon matches.  $7 reduced valet parking, street parking also available.

Soccer World Cup viewing and parties at the Fritz & Franz Bierhaus, 60 Merrick Way, Coral Gables. Tel: 305-774-1883   Outside viewing tents and beer bars are set up with TVs on the Bierhaus Plaza  and live music outside after the Friday games with ABC Univision NBC and CBS covering the atmosphere at the Bierhaus. There’s a special Breakfast Menu, and $ 5 Lunch specials during world cup games, additional promotions from Adidas, ESPN, Soccer Locker, Budweiser and Warsteiner Beer during different games. T-shirt s and other giveaways  to World Cup  fans. The Bierhaus is planning a big party with ESPN and Coca Cola for the Final.

JB Kitchen & Bar, 1250 South Miami Avenue, Brickell, 305.415.0070 From  9:30 a.m. – 2:00 a.m. The restaurant will be transformed into an interactive destination for soccer, sports and foodie fans alike. Six 52-inch screens will be set up both indoors and outdoors, along with the restaurant’s massive indoor projection screen.  Executive chef Frederick Kelly has created an international World Cup menu inspired by traditional dishes from each team’s homeland  including Fish and Chips, Lobster Escargot, Fried Pork Belly with Kimchee, Knife and Fork Greek Salad, JB’s house made Guacamole and Chips, Shrimp and Vegetable Tempura, Bangers and Mash, Bratwurst Sandwich with Sauerkraut, Braised Short Rib Sliders, and more.  To pair, there’s a selection of beer, wines and specialty cocktails from each country.  For morning games, a full breakfast menu is available.

72nd Bar + Grill, 586 1 Sunset Drive in the heart of South Miami, (786) 369-1671    Sip Half-Priced Beers from playing countries during the matches  at the bar,  in the lounge in the dining room and watch your favorite teams battle it out  with delicious and affordable salads, charcuterie, raw bar, pizzas, burgers, pastas and more; as well as a milkshake bar with standard and adult shakes, and a ceviche stand with made to order tiraditos and ceviches.   The restaurant serves lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday from noon to 11:00 p.m.; the bar is open late

Mercadito Midtown, 3252 NE 1st Avenue., in Miami’s Midtown Neighborhood   An all-you-can-eat tacos menu, priced at $25 per person (excluding tax and gratuity), will be offered during each match with specialty cocktails and individually muddled fresh fruit margaritas created by the Tippling Bros., made with 100% blue agave tequila, as well as savory bar snacks. For those with the appetite of a champion, The restaurant’s a la carte lunch and dinner menu will also be available and the Taqueria, adjacent to the restaurant, will remain open as usual.  For a complete schedule of televised games to air at Mercadito Midtown, visit

SRA. Martinez , 4000 NE Second Avenue, Miami Design District. (305) 573-5474.  Co-sponsored by Samuel Adams, SRA. Martinez’s will open at 9:30 a.m. on game days to offer  Haute Hat Trick; the three things any soccer fan needs: big-screen TVs to watch the matches, great beer and delicious breakfast and lunch bar food.  Menu itemsinclude: Korean and Buffalo-style chicken wings; fish n’ chips and kosher hot dog with fries.  For those early morning games, Bernstein has freshly sliced Jamon Serrano, artisanal cheeses, an array of egg sandwiches and steak and eggs.  Diners can also expect specials on Samuel Adams Boston Lager® and Samuel Adams® Summer Ale, a seasonal specialty brew only available through August as well as a bevy of cocktail including Bloody Mary and Bloody Marias, Ramos gin fizz, a specialty “Breakfast Martini,” pitchers of Margaritas and Sangria, Mimosas and Michiladas. 
 Lunch is served Monday – Friday, noon – 3 p.m.  Dinner is served Monday – Thursday, 6 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.; Friday & Saturday, 6 p.m. -1 a.m.  Telephone:


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