Saturday, July 10, 2010

Where to watch the World Cup Finals?

In case you have been living in a cave, a monastary, under a rock, or some other stereotype, Spain and the Netherlands will be duking it out tomorrow. Watch the glory and the tears with your fellow Angelenos...

Join Susan at the STREET this Sunday morning (starting at 11am) to watch the World Cup Finals!
In addition to the regular menu, check out
Tortilla Espanola with Spanish chorizo and potatoes,
as well as Eggs Hollandaise with roasted asparagus.
AND they have a full bar!
742 N. Highland Los Angeles, CA 90038
Phone: 323.203.0500

You can't get closer to South Africa than Springbok Bar and Grill in Van Nuys. The pub was founded by native South African friends to "not only create a fantastic, comfortable and friendly environment to watch Rugby, Cricket, Soccer and American Football and Baseball, but also to create a great menu showcasing the cultural diversity of Southern Hemisphere foods." They will be offering South African specialties like curried beef samosas. 
16153 Victory Blvd
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Phone :818 988 9786

The traditional futball pub, The Cat and Fiddle has 3 TV monitors, a 32" and 50" at the bar and 46'' in the Casablanca Room. They also have a spacious patio for when you need to get a breather from the sweaty, shouting fans. They serve a traditional English breakfast, crepes, and Bass on tap. Who could ask for more?

6530 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Lucky Baldwin's is a cozy pub in Pasadena serves a traditional English breakfast and Belgian beers on draft. They have a little shop where you can buy English candy too.
17 South Raymond Ave.
Old Towne Pasadena, CA 91105
(626) 795-0652

You can also go to any pub in the entire city of Santa Monica.


Christine said...

Thanks for all the suggestions.

Kiki Maraschino said...

You're welcome. I plan on doing more upcoming events from now on.