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World Cup Watching in the Flatiron District

Throughout June and into July, World Cup fever sweeps New York City, and bar TVs throughout the Flatiron District are showing the games, daily.

Catch all the games at your favorite Flatiron bars including: 40/40 Club, Bounce, Flatiron Hall, Grey Bar (can't miss that giant soccer ball outside!), Slate and the Storehouse.

For fans of England, The New York Times recommends The Churchill. If Belgium is your team, Flatiron-based Buzzfeed says BXL Zoute is for you.

Looking for a less conventional setting in which to watch your team?

  • Select games are being shown at Cafe el Presidente (pictured). Gothamist lists there's free shots of mezcal every time Mexico scores.
  • Check in with Harding's NYC; they showed the USA v. Ghana game on Monday.
  • Eater suggests Eataly's Birreria.
  • Select games after 4PM will be shown at 1200 Miles, and bar guests will be treated to complimentary family-style platters of Paella, Tagine, Risotto, Soup du Poisson or our signature Fideos Spanish noodle casserole. Happy Hour will also be extended.
  • Mira Sushi, according to Gothamist, will offer drink specials for goals scored by Korea or Japan, and Chef Brian Tsao will be cooking dishes inspired by Asian streetfood.

Have the scoop on other local destinations to add here? Send us at email at info (at), and we will update accordingly.