Root for your team at the top spots to watch the Super Bowl

Our 5 favorite spots to watch this year's Super Bowl

Grease, West Palm Beach

Grease Burger , West Palm Beach

What’s a better combination than burgers and football? Grease will host a watch party for Super Bowl LIII this Sunday where the game will be broadcast on its 20 flat screen TVs. While we always recommend the PB Illustrated “A-list” burger with fresh mozzarella, red and yellow tomatoes, radicchio, red onion, pesto, and balsamic glaze, we suggest on taking advantage of the seriously good $2.50 sliders and .75 cent wings, and washing it all down with a $5 Monkey in Paradise vodka cocktail or a beer bucket special.

Coyo Taco, Palm Beach

Celebrate the big game at Coyo Taco’s secret back bar starting at 3:00 p.m. A large projection screen will show the Super Bowl, and the bar will be slinging

$4 drafts, $20 beer buckets, $6 margaritas, and $30 bottomless margaritas until the end of the game. You can’t go wrong with any of the tacos on the menu, but it’s our opinion that the giant quesadillas were made for this matchup.

Grato, West Palm Beach

Grato, West Palm Beach

Chef Clay Conley and partner Piper Quinn will host the South Dixie Corridor staple’s second annual Super Bowl party this Sunday beginning at 5:30 p.m. The entire restaurant shuts down for the party, making attendees feel right at home with multiple flat screens, a large projector, and of course, an unreal spread of football game grub. For $100 per person, Grato treats attendees to unlimited food from its game day menu, which will feature Buffalo chicken pizza with brussels sprouts, caramelized onions, and Roquefort Caesar; smoked brisket spring rolls with avocado ranch; jalapeño cheddar arancini, Buccan’s famous hot dog Panini, and an open bar. Likely to outshine the game itself is the whole pig that Conley will roast to serve with tacos complete with all the fixings.

West Palm Beach Brewery and Wine Vault, West Palm Beach

A $50 ticket gains you entry to the Super Bowl party at Downtown’s lively brewery. The price covers a $20 food and beverage credit for the brewery’s signature beers and tasty brick-oven pizza to enjoy while watching the game on the big flat screens.

Duffy’s Sports Grill, multiple locations

There’s no place like Duffy’s to watch a game, and Super Bowl LIII will be no exception. TVs cover every inch of its many restaurants, which will be offering special menu items for the game such as a smokey brisket burger melt, a lobster rolls in honor of the New England Patriots, and nachos “Three Ways to Sunday,” plus drink specials like $10.99 beer buckets.

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