Sources tell us the White Star crew opens early on select days (10AM we believe) and according to an ESPN banner hung outside, they’re boradcasting every single televised match. We guess they’ll have to do some repeat broadcasts to bang the 7:30ET games out.
Those of you dragged over to the Star to watch games you’re not into; fear not, as the kitchen is always cranking out their signature chow and drinks will be at the ready.
The Hamilton Inn enters the neighborhood with generous beer specials and a showcase of every televised game.
Euro lagers on tap and in bottles will satisfy the discriminating hooligan.
We only hope their pristine décor withstands frenzied crowds and mid-goooooooooal toasting.
There’s no denying that Zeppelin Hall Biergarten will be the place to catch the World Cup this year.
An enormous projector in the middle bar and plenty of auxiliary panels in the other rooms satisfy all visual needs. Commercial breaks, injuries and games you just don’t care about are easy to escape by crawling to a far corner of the cavernous interior or by going outside for a fresh breath and a seat at one of the benchy Gartentische.
These dudes are opening the doors at 9AM every Saturday and Sunday as long as their are 2010 World Cup games to be watched.
A good amount of televisions grace the Star’s interior. Add to that ultra cheap mixed-drink specials, a knockout micro / macro / import beer selection, and piles of hot, lusicous popcorn and you have a beer room that serves as a close-to-PATH duck in that can’t be beat!
Hibernian environs may make expats from those northern isles feel a bit more at home at O’Connell’s.
Rumor also has it that Saturday, June 12 sees mad drink specials, special events for the wee footballers, and a raffle for a replica World Cup!
Close to all the action on Grove, The Merchant is a fine spot to take in a few games. Heck, with the PATH close by, invite your city dwelling friends out to “the country” to have a few with you!
They have Germany’s crisp Radeberger pils at the ready on their famously clean and pristine taps and what’s more, for every goal against France, Radeberger will buy the ENTIRE BAR a Radeberger!
For all you no frills types, there is The Astor.
Although we haven’t confirmed that they’re broadcasting the games, we know they are liberal with what gets put on the TV. Play your cards right, and you could make magic of a few afternoons in here, sipping on cheap beer and watching Soccer Rockers with EuroMullets booting around a black and white ball in the name of national GLORY!
The Mojo will be representing over on the wild wild west with cool crowds. lots of games, and cheap drink deals.
The word is that things can get s little spicy up in The Mojo, so don’t worry about drowning your losing team sorrows really deep at their bar.