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Fútbol at a Beer Hall

New spots to watch the World Cup.

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Illustration by Tim Lahan  

Upper 90 Soccer Truck by Adidas
Follow @u90soccertruck for locations.
Soccer shop Upper 90 is hosting a party on wheels: a truck—with a 60-inch LED screen—will cruise through the city, tweeting its location along the way. Think Astoria for Greece’s matches—plus food-truck partners based on who’s on the pitch.

Baby’s All Right
146 Broadway, nr. Bedford Ave., Williamsburg; 718-599-5800.
Expect a tiki-flavored scene here: two screens, frozen cocktails—caipirinhas for Brazil, shandies for England, palm-wine spritzers for Nigeria (from $8)—hula girls, and tiny trampolines.

Victory Journal Clubhouse at Kinfolk 94
94 Wythe Ave., nr. N. 11th St., Williamsburg; 347-799-2956.
The vibe at these parties, hosted by quarterly sports dossier Victory Journal, is less pub, more art house: A projection screen will beam matches onto whitewashed brick walls.

Berg’n
899 Bergen St., nr. Franklin Ave., Crown Heights; 718-857-2337.
At 78.5-by-140 inches, Berg’n beer hall’s screen could be the largest in the borough.

Botequim
132 Fourth Ave., nr. 13th St.; 212-432-1324.
Footy fans can catch a civilized viewing at this new upscale Brazilian joint officially opening right after the World Cup. Until then, they’ll host pop-up parties for the matches: Banquettes can be reserved for groups of up to 12, and there’s a VIP room.


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