We’ve compiled a list of 11 bars here in Williamsburg we recommend for watching the World Cup based on your feedback, their World Cup specials, or the overall bar layout.
Berry Park (4 Berry St.)
“Berry Park, which shows soccer games throughout the sport’s regular season, is showing every Cup match, projecting them onto a large screen hung on one of its vast walls.” –Brooklyn Based
Iona (180 Grand St.)
“Ever dedicated to the sport, Iona will also be showing all the Cup games. The bar is on the small and narrow side, so be sure to get there early to score a seat.” – Brooklyn Based
Loreley Restaurant Williamsburg (64 Front St.)
“The just-opened Williamsburg outpost of LES restaurant/beer garden Loreley will be showing select games live (taping and then replaying the rest) on their projection screen. The original location (7 Rivington St) will broadcast all matches live.” – Eater
La Superior (295 Berry St.)
They’ll be screening three games a day on two large flat screens — the first at 10am game, followed by the noon game, and finally the 2pm game. They’ll have a World Cup menu for that first one, and will mostly focus on the Mexican, Spanish, Swedish, and Brazilian matches.
Rose Bar (345 Grand Street)
They’ll be showing the 2pm matches and doing a special food and sandwich deal with a beer for $10. They’ve got a big screen projector and stereo surround sound.
Mulholland’s (312 Grand Street)
It’s basically Williamsburg’s sports bar, and they’ll have all the games on. Some say it’s prevalence of TVs could be a bad thing as it takes away the focus on one particular match. That said, their wings are delicious.
South 4th Bar (90 South 4th St.)
“Cheap & a huge projection screen.” – @idratherwalk
Nita Nita (146 Wythe Avenue)
“A sleeper,” as in could be surprisingly awesome. – @jmascio
Harefield Road (769 Metropolitan Avenue)
It is super Irish, and @randyhate “saw quite a few of last world cup’s game at harefield road.”
Beco (45 Richardson ST.)
They’re just showing the game, but here’s the kicker. They’ll have a World Cup wall chart, where you pay $20 bucks to pick a winning team and if they win you get a $200 gift certificate!
Walter Foods (253 Grand St.)
“Showing all games on an 8ft screen, drop by early for their international breakfast menu featuring croque monsieur, bangers and mash, merguez and eggs and chilaquiles verdes.” – Eater
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Thanks to everyone on Twitter who helped. If I missed any, which I probably did, hit me up on Twitter and I’ll update the post. Or, just leave a comment below.
Update: Spike Hill! They are “televising every single game on either their 10′ x 7′ screen or one of several big screen TVs. They’re also offering food specials + a sublime whiskey selection + Duvel Green, Southhampton Keller Pils, Hoegaarden, Sam Adams Summer Ale and Hacker Pschorr on tap.”
Update #2: The Counting Room will be showing all 10:00 & 2:00 games on a 70-inch projection screen plus they have amazing mixed drinks which makes any game even better.