The Argentine National Team against the Honduran National Team at the Hard Rock Stadium on September 23
The lawn of Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins, will see Lionel Messi and the Argentine national team touch the ball in a friendly match against the Honduran national team, on Friday, September 23 at 7:30 PM local time. The city has a large population of the South American country, in addition to being one of the main tourist destinations for Argentines. The day promises to be painted albiceleste and, if you are in the city, you will surely not want to miss it.
Just 62 days before the World Cup in Qatar, the team led by Lionel Scaloni, arrives undefeated in their last 33 games at their friendly date against Honduras, a historic streak.
Tickets are on sale now at TicketMaster. Prices range from $61 to $568. To purchase, you’ll need a credit card and download the TicketMaster app, or visit the company’s website. Hard Rock Stadium only uses digital tickets, so you will not be able to purchase tickets at the concessionaire. If you’re not good with technology, there are stadium employees who can help you make the purchase from your phone.
Official tickets for the match between Argentina and Honduras start at a price of USD 61 and go up to USD 568 plus expenses
Where to eat and “live” the game
If you want to enjoy the soccer game in Miami like an Argentine, between shouts, songs and jumps, these 9 establishments are the best to see it:
Gerardo Cea, owner of Prima Pasta, together with Lionel Messi, Jorge Messi and Rodrigo, one of the footballer’s brothers
Café Prima Pasta
An Italian restaurant operated by an Argentine family. A photo of Maradona that says “Good trip Diego” distinguishes its facade. In July of last year, Argentine soccer players Lionel Messi visited the venue with his family and Ángel Di María, and this year Rodrigo de Paul, among others.
414 71st St – (305) 867-0106
Parilla Liberty, in Miami Beach, serves meats, empanadas and other typical dishes
Simple Argentine restaurant serving brisket, empanadas and other typical dishes with wine and sangria.
1255 Washington Ave – (305) 532-7599
The place par excellence to see the Argentine National Team, where they serve milanesas, pizzas, hamburgers and the famous Balcarce dessert.
7300 Collins Avenue – (305) 868-4381
North Miami Beach
Tatore offers homemade pasta and traditional brick oven pizza.
An Italian restaurant frequented by Argentines, especially when the Albiceleste plays. There you can enjoy the traditional fugazzeta stuffed with fainá and enjoy the ice creams created by Don Tatore (Salvatore Guarracino), founder of the Freddo Ice Cream Shop in Argentina, which he sold in 2000, passing the legacy on to his daughter. .
14730 Biscayne Blvd – (305) 749-6840
The Argentine Estancia
In the heart of Aventura, this classic cafe with a bakery, butcher shop and the best selection of Argentine and international wines, is the epicenter of Argentine comfort food in Miami. It has several televisions to enjoy sports games. So that you can see football better from home, La Estancia adds take-out and delivery promotional proposals.
17870 Biscayne Blvd – (305) 932-6477
Fiorito, in Little Haiti, during a match of the Argentine National Team.
Here they serve traditional Argentine dishes. It has rustic decoration and a large outdoor patio.
5555 NE 2nd Ave – (305) 754-2899
In Novecento in Key Biscayne, always pure albiceleste party when there are games
The establishment, located in the gastronomic heart of Key Biscayne, will have two giant screens to watch the game and will offer a special menu for $20 dollars, which includes a choripán with a beer from a renowned Argentine brand.
620 Crandon Blvd – (305) 362-0900
Brickell, Sunny isles, Weston, Coral Gables, Miami Beach y Fort Lauderdale
An authentic Argentinian restaurant operating in Miami since 1999 specializing in certified Black Angus beef.
1010 S Miami Ave – (786) 580-4923
Wayku Restaurant & Bar
Created by the Argentinian Diego “El Mono” D’Alvia and located in one of the most fashionable neighborhoods in Miami. It offers a cuisine that fuses innovative techniques with traditional Andean elements.
73 NW 26th St – (786) 584-8487
How to get to the stadium from Miami Beach by car
Drive from Miami Beach to Hard Rock Stadium (formerly Sun Life)
Depending on where you are on the beach, you’ll need to take the MacArthur Causeway or I-195 W.
Follow the signs directing you to merge onto I-95 N.
Take Exit 12A on the left and merge onto the Florida Turnpike.
Take Exit 2 X to NW 199 St/Stadium.
Turn right onto NW 199 St.
Turn right onto Don Shula Dr and you are in the stadium.
On a normal day, the trip would take half an hour, but on a game day it can take longer.
An Uber from Miami Beach to Hard Rock Stadium costs around $30.00.
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