Where to Watch The World Cup This Weekend

Get your soccer fix at these bars, pubs, and restaurants where you can watch sports AND eat chef-approved snacks like burgers, wings, and spicy pig's ears.

June 19, 2014 ‚óŹ 2 min read

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San Francisco:

Tacolicious, where chef Michael Tusk of Quince recommends the chile con queso for its "perfect melted cheese goodness."

Los Angeles:

Westside Tavern, where chef Ray Garcia recommends the cheeseburger, served with arugula and roasted garlic spread that give it a "great balance of peppery and sweet.

New York:

Pork Slope, where chef Jeff McInnis recommends the "very flavorful, extra crunchy, and spicy" wings.


The Bad Apple, which chef Jimmy Banos Jr. sums up as: "Wisconsin cheese curds. Beer batter. Nice long beer list. Game. Enjoy."


Cover 3, one of chef Tyson Cole's "favorite" sports bars with "one of the best fish dishes in town," a grilled trout fillet with Southwestern fried rice with chunks of pork and scallions.


The Hay Merchant, a "craft beer haven and a beer lover's dream" where chef Chris Shepherd recommends the sweet and spicy pig's ears.


Burger & Beer Joint, where chef Peter Vauthy recommends an order of "Pig in a Bucket," crispy pieces of smoked pork belly with maple syrup.

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