Where to Watch World Cup in NYC?
If you are in New York rather than Brazil for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, you can still partake in the fervor of soccer fans and fanatics within local bars and restaurants. Head into the streets and avenues of the city to share in the excitement, disappointment, and magnetic energy evoked by the games. Grab a beer or your signature cocktail and sink into these exhilarating venues, enjoying the engaging frenzy and global camaraderie the World Cup inspires around New York and in locations throughout the world.
A homey bar, The Ainsworth has numerous TVs for your viewing pleasure.
122 West 26th St.
Emporium Brasil, Little Brazil’s contemporary venue, provides broadcasting of all the games and is a feasible alternative to traveling to South America.
15 West 46th Street
A cozy setting, The Royal is equipped with over 40 television screens to watch and enjoy the games.
127 4th Avenue, between 12th and 13th Street
A spirited sports bar, Suite 36 is also the official viewing venue for MLS in NYC
16 W 36th Street
A large venue, Stout has three levels from which to enjoy the World Cup excitement.
133 West 33rd Street
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