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Published on January 29th, 2020 | by Jerry Doby

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Quick Miami Dining Guide for Super Bowl LIV

Headed to Miami for Super Bowl LIV? Got an idea of where to get some of the best grub outside of a tailgate party? Well our friends in The City sent us over some recommendations to cover just about everything you might want to dig your fork into while you’re in town…Football and food…yeah man!

Zuma Miami: Chic, minimalist hotspot and local favorite that overlooks the Miami River, Zuma Miami offers an internationally acclaimed style of modern and contemporary Japanese cuisine in the heart of Downtown Miami. Featuring beautiful outdoor and dockside seating and sophisticated cuisine philosophy that calls for flavorsome dishes (inspired by the informal Japanese dining style called izakaya)  — the environment is always fun and vibrant. Whether you are looking to casually scope out the A+ celeb scene at the lounge, hang out at the bar, discover dockside dining at the coveted terrace tables, taste a little bit of everything during its weekend brunch, or enjoy the newly renovated PDR and private riverfront terrace, Zuma Miami is the epitome of the world’s chicest scene-and-be-seen. P.S. don’t miss out on their sake marinated wings during the big game weekend.

BALEENkitchen – Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner (between 7AM – 10PM): Just minutes away from Hard Rock stadium, BALEENkitchen at Solé Miami brings an incredible, nomadic lifestyle to the table with a menu that celebrates the flavors of the world and design reflecting the same. Globally-inspired, locally-sourced, the location boasts gorgeous indoor and outdoor dining seating, and serves up eclectic menus within impactful interiors inspired by an international sense of adventure. Fresh takes on dishes highlighting the land and nearby-sea are fused with exotic flavors and local produce, further paired with a robust list of craft cocktails and an extensive list of exotic takes on the classic Moscow Mule.  Address: 17315 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160

MR CHOW  As synonymous with renowned theatrics and fine dining as it is with quality service, MR CHOW’s Miami Beach location is ideal for a Big Game festivies. Home to the unique 123-foot Gold-lead and Swarovski crystal chandelier and known for their Christofle Champagne Cart, MR CHOW Miami attracts an A-list clientele.

International Smoke – Stemmed from Chef Michael Mina and Ayesha Curry’s personal travels around the world, the restaurant celebrates food as the heart of the community and spotlights how global approaches to fire, grilling, smoke, and international flavors create dishes that bring people together. Inside the restaurant, diners can appreciate hand-painted graffiti murals by artist Edward Granger, best known for his installations around the Design District and Piaget Miami. Additionally, kick off the greatest weekend in Miami with Los Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley at International Smoke. Hosted by the former UM kicker recognized as the university’s all-time leader scorer, the brunch will feature famed fare by Chef Michael Mina as well as craft cocktails. In partnership with Vayner Sports, additional NFL attendees will be announced. Reservations can be made via OpenTable –  https://www.opentable.com/r/international-smoke-aventura

Manhattan’s iconic Restaurant Rao’s takes over W South Beach: W South Beach and Wheels up are partnering with NYC hot spot Rao’s Italian Restaurant to bring Rao’s by the Beach to the magic city. The pop-up restaurant is modeled after the exclusive “regulars only” NYC hub, which will be open January 29 – February 1, bringing their infamous Southern Neapolitan Italian cuisine and world-class hospitality. Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models Jasmine Sanders, Kate Bock, and cover star Camille Kostek will be hosting Friday night. Room packages start at $20K, inclusive of a Rao’s table reservation.


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Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine, and internationally published arts & entertainment journalist. Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture as well as the United States Press Corps.


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