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Soak it In, Fellas

Who would've thunk that the Miami Dolphins would still be in legitimate playoff contention at this point in the season? With the scrappy Fins performing above all expectations, we finally have a reason to celebrate, tailgate, bar hop, and generally pig out.

Although the Fins have already played most of their home schedule, with only one game remaining at Dolphin Stadium, that doesn't mean you have to miss out on the party. You just have to find where the party's at. And that place, sports fans, is undoubtedly South Shores Tavern (502 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth). Every Sunday during football season, South Shores hosts an NFL blowout worthy of any diehard fan. Today, you can watch Ronnie Brown go buck wild(cat) all over St. Louis as you chill with five-for-ten buckets of Presidente or domestic beers and five-for-fifteen imports. Even though the Fins aren't facing the Bills until next week, you can munch on Buffalo wings for just 30 cents a piece, each and every Sunday. Plus, get your fill of Miss Piggy's BBQ for just $7.95 a plate: a homemade pile of ribs, chicken, bratwurst, cole slaw, and baked beans cooked fresh on their fiery grill, known affectionately as Miss Piggy. How cute. Best of all, South Shores has just the right vibe for a day of football and excess, thanks largely to the Buffett-esque outdoor patio shrouded in tropical fauna — you can even catch live music on the patio stage after the games. Call 561-547-7656, or visit
Sun., Nov. 30, 2008

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