Where to Watch The World Cup This Weekend

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
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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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