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Places to Catch the World Cup Action in NYC
November 19, 2022, 8:01.46 am ET


Photo: Red Lion

The Red Lion in Greenwich Village is showcasing all of the World Cup matches live with full sound, on multiple large screen TVs (3 projectors and 3 large screen TVs). The establishment will also have rotating flags outside the bar, which will help customers know exactly who is playing on a given day (e.g., if its England vs USA, The Red Lion will display both their flags outside the venue), along with World Cup inspired foods and special prizes.

Nowadays (50-06 Cooper Ave, Bklyn) is excited to begin hosting screenings for World Cup matches beginning Monday/Nov.21 through Sunday/Dec. 18. The space has recently been winterized and ready for action, including the addition of new yurts.

Clinton Hall will host special happy hours during World Cup matches, beginning on November 20th and beyond at all of their locations! In addition to their delicious menu from Executive Chef Darryl Harmon featuring signatures like the Double Smashed Burger, Buffalo Cauliflower, Crispy Chicken Wings, and Giant Pretzels. A beer bucket full of six Founders Solid Gold beers is available for $30.

Photo: Little Rebel

Little Rebel in the East Village is known for its craft cocktails and flavored wings (everything bagel, maple waffle or buffalo), as well as its short rib croquette, mac & cheese and fried chicken sandwich. The bar’s multiple TVs on both floors typically play vintage films- but top sporting events are also a priority with the World Cup games playing throughout the opening hours from 11-2a.

Bar Marseille (190 Beach 69th St) in the Rockaways will offer visitors a chance to watch the World Cup Games this year and enjoy amazing happy hour options at the bar! Spectators can order $1 oysters every day from 3:00 p.m - 7:00 p.m, alongside drink specials like a $10 cocktail of the day, $5 beers, and $8 glasses of house wine served exclusively at the downstairs bar. First-come, first-served.

Roam Sporting Club (107-12 70th Rd) in Forest Hills, Queens is hosting a special 50% off promotion for the World Cup games! They will open at 11 am for Sunday games and during the week they will open their doors for visitors to enjoy the 2 pm games. On Sundays from 11 am - 3 pm, they're offering half off the entire menu for brunch, which doesn't include bottomless but will run for at least the rest of this year.

Photo: Gamehaus

Gamehaus is planning to open early for team USA devotees who want to cheer on the red, white and! Currently, Gamehaus plans to open 2pm Nov 21st for the USA vs Wales match and again at the same time in Nov 25th for the highly anticipated USA vs England game. The 5,000 sq ft features over a dozen large screen TVs alongside its 11-foot tall LED video wall for the ultimate sports watching experience.

Rainhas Churrascaria kicks off its World Cup coverage November 20th. The Queens-based Brazilian steakhouse offers five large TVs and seating space for almost 300, so all soccer fans will be able to celebrate every goal from their favorite team like they’re in the stadium. Rainhas is also known for its barbecued Brazilian meats, craft cocktails and champagne to celebrate the excitement of each game!