Where to Eat, Drink and Watch the World Cup

Where to Eat, Drink and Watch the World Cup

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There are plenty of L.A. bars and restaurants that will help you out, opening early, offering specials and staying open at odd times, and keeping the plates and glasses coming.

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    Wirtshaus will be showing games on six flatscreen TVs, with food and drink specials, sponsor giveaways and a soccer skills contest.
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    The German brewpub in Torrance, is showing every game (even the early ones) on two video projectors and eight big screen TVs. They'll also have beer and brat specials as well as ½ time raffle giveaways, beer steins and Oktoberfest T-shirts.
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    Both the Beverly Blvd. and DTLA Terroni locations will show live games four times a day (9 a.m., noon, 1 p.m. at 3 p.m.) and offer beer and food specials.
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    For soccer fans in the San Gabriel Valley, Alhambra's Hot Red Bus, billed as L.A.'s first British Indian chip shop, will be opening early to accomodate games.
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    Starting Monday, June 16, the poolside cabanas up on the Altitude Pool Deck will have personal TV's for rent to watch the games, and there will be poolside lunch menus available from Jose Andres' kitchen.
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    Rock & Reilly's pub will be open early for the games. They'll also be showing them on 16 high-definition TVs, have $10 World Cup-themed cocktails on hand, and mini personal Bud Light fridges for your table upon request.
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    Sidebar will be adding additional televisions, as well as an extended food menu. So between yelling bouts, choose from Maryland blue crab rolls, spanakopita, American wagyu steak skewers and the classic CUT cheeseburger.
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    To accomodate British soccer fans, as well as the rest of us, the Cat & Fiddle will be showing all the games live on their projector screens and monitors. There will be Heineken drink specials in addition to the pub's mix of traditional British food
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    They'll have special Yellow Card and Red Card breakfasts, as well as beer specials. Oh, and $1 bottomless cups of Groundworks coffee, so everybody survives the fun.
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    For Chile and Australia: empanadas with an Australian-inspired cocktail called the 1788, made with gin and apricot liquor. And so on as the games progress.
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    All locations will have Caipirinhas, Margaritas, tacos and more, plus big screen TVs. There's a minimum of $20 per game, per person, but if you've ever eaten Shaw's taco sampler, you'll know that this won't be a problem.
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