Eat and Drink World Cup NYC: Where to watch in your borough Ribalta in Greenwich Village is celebrating the World Cup with viewing parties and drink and food specials. Photo Credit: Ribalta June 12, 2014 1:45 PM Print Share Share Tweet Share Email Manhattan Huertas107 First AvenueThe restaurant and bar is promising a Spanish-style World Cup viewing party atmosphere on Sundays. Jack Dempsey’s36 W. 33rd St, MidtownThis is the official home bar for team USA. recommended reading How well do you know World Cup history? Taqueria198 Orchard St., Lower East SideGreat margaritas and tacos, will be airing games, small so it fills up fast. Emporium Brasil Restaurant15 W. 46th St.Located in Little Brazil in Midtown Manhattan. Campeon9 E. 16th St., Union SquareMexican sports bar in Union Square with a Manhattan twist. Will be airing all three games every day on their 36 big screen plasma TVs, with audio. Expect huge crowds, especially fans of Argentina, Mexico and the U.S. Refinery Hotel63 W. 38th StreetHeineken pop-up bar with astro turf and stadium seating. Flat screen projections. Ribalta48 E 12th St, Greenwich VillageThis is the place to go for Italian soccer fans. The first game will be played on a 16-foot HD projector screen. An afterparty includes dancers and a Brazilian DJ. Terminal 5610 W 56th StWatch all the games on the rooftop deck. Bronx Papaye Restaurant2300 Grand ConcourseThe place to be to watch Team Ghana. Queens Han Joo BBQ41-06 149th Pl., FlushingSouth Korean fans will feel at home here. Tortillera Nixtamal104-05 47th Ave, CoronaMexican restaurant in Corona Queens, will be offering ‘quinellas’ [betting] specials: anyone who guesses the score of the game will receive a discount on their order. Sweet Spot22-72 31st St., AstoriaThese folks are serious about the World Cup. Reservations for the best seating in the house will be made half-hour before each game. So get there early. Studio Square35-33 36th St in LICThere's a huge beer garden with a huge television screen. Brooklyn Banter132 Havemeyer St., WilliamsburgAttracts a lot of USA, England, and Germany fans. Will be serving up discount pitchers everyday with different discounts/beers depending on which teams are playing. Lone Star Bar & Grill8703 5th Ave, Bay RidgeThis is an official bar of the American Outlaws, which despite its name is dedicated to soccer fandom not Harleys. Spike Hill184 and 186 Bedford Avenue, WilliamsburgHigh-definition TVs throughout and tons of whiskeys to choose from. Staten Island Los Catrachos Restaurant125 Beach St.This is among the best places to catch Honduran soccer fans cheering for the home team. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.