Guide on best places to watch FIFA World Cup final
Updated On: Jul 12 2014 06:47:16 PM EDT
The last game of the 2014 FIFA World Cup is at 3 p.m. Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The finalists -- Argentina and Germany -- will face off with all their power. Argentina won the spot after a triumph against the Netherlands after penalties Wednesday. Germany beat Brazil mercilessly
No matter who wins, the final game will be a historic event worth watching. Here is a list of the best places to watch the game in South Florida.
FANS OF ARGENTINA: The cuisine has an Italian influence. The menu options are often heavy on beef. Their most common condiment on the grill is "chimichurri." Their version does not include chili. Wine and "cerveza" are their most popular alcoholic beverages.
Novecento, 1414 Brickell Ave., in Miami, is a European bistro with an Argentine influence.
Graziano's Restaurants, 177 SW 7th St. in Miami serves some of the best traditional empanadas. Graziano's Restaurant, 9227 Bird Road, in Miami, has churrasco with chimichurri sauce.
FANS OF GERMANY: The cuisine varies from region to region, and there are several variations of the "Bratwurst," their most popular dish The "Bratwurst" sausages are made out of veal, pork or beef. They have some of the best variety of beer in the world. Their "Wiezen" is mixed with lemonade for the "Russe" and with cola for the "Colaweizen."
Fritz & Frabz Bierhaus, 60 Merrick Way, in Coral Gables, has a tradition German and Austrian sports bar menu.
Schnitzel Haus, 1085 NE 79th Street Causeway, in Miami serves fresh pretzels.
The Ambry, 3016 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, promises to turn into a party.
Hofbrau Beerhall, 943 Lincoln Road, in Miami Beach has a very authentic menu.
Fado Irish Pub, 900 S. Miami Ave., in Miami, serves fish and chips and has drink specials.
The Clevelander, 1020 Ocean Drive, in Miami Beach is an outdoor bar with a party ambiance.
Lucky Strike, 1691 Michigan Ave., in Miami Beach is serving $5 drink speciasl.
Abbey Brewing Company, 1115 16th St., in Miami Beach has $5 house wines.
Stout, 3419 N. Andrews Ave., in Oakland Park, has 40 HDTVs and a vast beer selection.
Tom's NFL, 5001 NW 36 St., in Miami Springs, serves about 75 bottled beers.
Mickey Bryne's, 1921 Hollywood Blvd., in Hollywood serves shepherd's pie.
Himmarshee Public House, 201 SW 20nd St., in Fort Lauderdale has several beer specials.
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