Can't make it to the big game? No need to settle for a measly sofa and a nacho platter. As the Denver Broncos face off against the Carolina Panthers on Super Bowl Sunday, you can host a killer watch party at a Miami spot where 10 bottles of Dom Perignon Magnum are only the beginning of what's in store—if you're willing to spend 50 grand. Or for just a little less than that, head to a Vegas club where, whatever happens, it will include a six-liter bottle of Armand de Brignac Champagne. Or keep it low-key and opt for a tailgating party at a restaurant that has 73 beers on tap. Tempted? Read on.
E11Even Miami and E11Even Rooftop, Miami
Downtown nightclub and restaurant E11Even Miami is open 24 hours a day, seven days per week, and it's taking the NFL’s biggest game of the year as seriously as it takes its dance party game. At the club's 50/50/50 Ultimate Tailgate, $50,000 buys you a Super Bowl watch party with 49 of your closest friends at the rooftop restaurant. Feast on a four-course meal and enjoy a private screening of the Panthers and Broncos show. The package also includes an open bar, 10 bottles of Dom Perignon Magnum, 10 bottles of Belvedere Magnum, unlimited mixers, and Red Bull. If your Super Bowl budget is in the double-digits, hit up two other parties going on in the same place: E11Even Miami's basic watch party costs $50 for women and $75 for men, and its lounge, E11Even Rooftop, is charging just $20 a head.
Surrender, Las Vegas
Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas
Looking for a lower-ticket but still decadent option in Vegas? At the city's Brooklyn Bowl, pay $2,000 for an all-you-can-eat buffet and a dedicated server in a private room equipped with a 60-inch TV. While you're watching the game and drinking your unlimited Bud Light drafts and well drinks, make some time to bowl a few frames (though that will cost you extra).
Cannery Row Brewing Company, Monterey, CA
It’s football and food stations as far as the eye can see at the Ultimate Tailgate Party at Cannery Row Brewing Company in Monterey, California. For $30 per person, count on 16 flat-screen TVs, passed bites, and an all-you-can-eat buffet with hearty food options like a street-taco bar to a whole roasted pi. Wash it all down with a beer from the 73 kinds on tap, but you'll have to pay for it: It's a cash bar. But hey, for $30 you can't have everything.
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