Where to watch the World Cup in Miami? Start here

SushiSamba in Miami Beach is pulling out all the stops for the 2018 World Cup.
SushiSamba in Miami Beach is pulling out all the stops for the 2018 World Cup.

Russia’s far, so here are some of our favorite places to watch the 2018 World Cup from Miami: 

1. SushiSamba

If you’re rooting for Brazil, Japan or Peru — or you just like the cuisines of those countries — SushiSamba in Miami Beach is where you should be during this World Cup. Samba dancers and drummers, team-inspired drinks, menu specials, and vuvuzelas are just the beginning of the action. The restaurant also is giving away free dinners for the best #SambaSelfie social media posts.

SushiSamba on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach.

2. Fado Irish Pub

If you’re looking for an early start to the action, check out Fado Irish Pub in Brickell. The bar and grill is featuring all of the soccer games, even the early morning ones, from start to finish. Special match day menus include breakfast, snacks, $6 bloody marys and $5 beers. 

3. Fontainebleau Miami Beach

If you’re looking for a more laid-back viewing experience, Fontainebleau Miami Beach is offering private cabanas, special country-themed drinks, big-screen TVs and even World Cup massage specials at Lapis Spa throughout the tournament. The world-class pool and bar will be providing top-shelf service and amenities to ensure a tropical vibe while watching your favorite teams.

4. American Social

If you’re looking to stay on the mainland, American Social in Brickell is showing the games from its picturesque riverfront location. Specials include $20 Heineken buckets and $10 soccer cocktails. 

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