The World Cup is coming up and although most can’t make the trip to see it live in Brazil, a big-screen TV is second best. Kick around a few beers with your friends while watching the World Cup at these Atlanta bars.
3400 Around Lenox Drive, Suite 304
Atlanta, GA 30326
For foodies, this is your place. With locations at Lenox and CNN Center, you are never on the wrong side of town for this sports bar. Catch every minute of World Cup action while stuffing your face with some great food. The steaks here can be held up with those from the city’s most respected steakhouses. And the nightly specials are always a hit.
Famous Pub and Sports Palace
2947 N. Druid Hills Road N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30329
Have you ever gone to a bar only to turn back around because they didn’t have your team’s game? Well, the Famous Pub and Sports Palace tunes into over 30 broadcasts of games each week, so there is a good change that when you walk into the door, your team is already up on the big screen. Pub food is king here, but if your taste buds want something else, one can find it easily in the neighborhood before you arrive at Famous Pub and Sport Palace for the big game.
300 Marietta St. N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30313
Stats is one big place, making it a great place to hang out with your friends. When you come in, belly up to one of its five bars to find the game you’re looking for. With 70 TVs in high definition, your team will look extra good when the time comes for the big play. With all of the extra elbow room, you will never feel cramped. But if you care for a little fresh air, check out the rooftop bar along with fire pits for added warmth.
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Taco Mac Sports Grille
573 Main St. N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30324
Taco Mac is known all over Atlanta for its funky name and those amazing chicken wings, but what else is it known for in Atlanta? It is known as the place to gather for a laid-back evening of community and sports. People who visit here usually make friends that they return to see over and over. Enjoy watching some lively soccer matches with your new friends and great service from the Taco Mac staff.
401 Moreland Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30307
Right now, if you go to the Brewhouse Cafe website, you may see its countdown clock showing you how many days until the next World Cup. This may be a clue that this is your best pick to watch World Cup Soccer in Atlanta. Brewhouse Cafe also puts the schedule right on its website. This is where your true World Cup soccer fans gather in Atlanta to be around those who share their passion for the sport. The menu is full of Atlanta’s favorite meals and munchies, but is also sprinkled with a few European favorites too.
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