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Where to Watch the World Cup Final in NYC
December 17, 2022, 8:05.59 am ET


Photo: Clinton Hall

On Sunday, December 18th these four spots that will open their doors early to host fans for the kick-off to see France take on Argentina.

Clinton Hall will open early at their FiDi (90 Washington St.), 36th Street (16 W. 36th Street), E. 51st Street (230 E. 51st), Bronx (601 E. 189th St.) and Williamsburg (247 Metropolitan Ave.) locations for the big game. Sports fans can enjoy great Supercraft beer, hard seltzers, wine and a full bar menu alongside delicious food from Executive Chef Darryl Harmon like his signature Double Smashed Burger, Buffalo Cauliflower, Crispy Chicken Wings and Giant Pretzels as they cheer for their favorite World Cup team.

Roam Sporting Club (107-12 70th Rd) in Forest Hills, Queens, a friendly neighborhood bar and restaurant, will open early at 9:30am for locals and visitors alike to catch the game on 10 large TVs with food and drink specials.

Crystal Lake (647 Grand St.) in Williamsburg will welcome fans early to enjoy a range of draft, bottled beers and cocktails with a big screen in their party room to cheer on the big game.

And if you're a France fan, head to Loulou (176 8th Avenue), the stunning French Bistro and Speakeasy in Chelsea for authentic cuisine and gorgeously handcrafted cocktails with the big game playing in its Speakeasy, which guests can enter via a vintage Coca-Cola vending machine door on 8th Avenue.


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