Miami is not a sports bar town, possibly because we seem to only realize we have sports teams when they’re in the playoffs (and that doesn’t happen a lot). But if we ever do have a reason to care about sports, Wynwood’s Grails is a solid place to cheer on the [insert team here] to victory. The bar has a lot of outdoor seating, a menu with OK chicken wings and other decent bar food, and there are TVs everywhere so you can watch your game of choice no matter how crowded it is. They also have one of those mini arcade basketball hoops, which gets 30% more fun after each drink you have.
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