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Jun 8, 2010 1 min read

Where to Watch World Cup Games

Where to Watch World Cup Games
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Why reinvent the wheel, when Mister Archer already came up with this VERY THOROUGH LIST of where to watch World Cup games? Check it out.

A few addendums: ~PUBLIC HOUSE~ will be airing the games (hello, it has 23 TVs!) and running some fun promotions throughout World Cup. Check the On Deck section of the Public House website for the daily World Cup viewing plan and hours. For the early morning bigger tournament games, Public House will offer Mijita food and bar service during those hours. As for the promos, wear a jersey from any team playing in the World Cup, order the Daily Grind burger, and get a side of hand-cut fries, onion rings, or chips on the house. Mijita will also be launching a special World Cup torta menu on June 12th, from a fried chicken sandwich to a Sloppy José, with slow-cooked top round on chile guajillo sauce with refried black beans, iceberg lettuce, queso fresco, and a side of escabeche.

~TACOLICIOUS~ will be open early and serving breakfast for all of the USA and Mexico games. The first is on Friday June 11th at 6:30am. You’ll be able to take your pick from two different $10 breakfast specials (either a shot of El Jimador reposado, with a can of Tecate, and your choice of a taco con huevos y rajas or taco tejano gringo—or you can swap the booze with a cafe con leche and an agua fresca del día). Oh, and their new fryer means churros are on the menu, cuidado!

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