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Jun 8, 2010 08:08 AM

Venue showing World Cup matches with screens outside?

Does anyone know of a bar or restaurant that will be showing the World Cup matches that has TVs or screens outside? I'd prefer not to be locked in some dark bar or restaurant watching the games on a beautiful summer day.

Many thanks.

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    1. Check out Loreley on the LES. I know they are showing all the games live. Pretty sure it'll be on in their outdoor area.

      7 Rivington St, New York, NY 10002

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      1. re: glutton08

        Thanks for the recommendation. I called Loreley. They are showing the games indoors, but they will not have any screens in their backyard patio.

        7 Rivington St, New York, NY 10002

      2. The Brass Monkey's rooftop bar is open and serving beer $2.00 off regular and $7.00 wine with live music on Sunday evening. They have complete World Cup coverage.

        Brass Monkey @ 55 Little West 12th St., New York, NY 212 - 675 - 6686.

        -showing all games-

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        1. re: Littleman

          Thanks. Brass Monkey is not taking any more reservations for their rooftop bar for Saturday's US/England match, but this is a good suggestion for other games.

          1. re: Desidero

            Blind Pig @ 233 E 14th St Frnt 1, New York, NY 212 - 209 - 1573.


            Blind Pig
            233 E 14th St, New York, NY 10003

            1. re: Desidero

              Better call and make reservations. Here's rooftop bar in Midtown E.

              Overlook Lounge @ 225 East 44th St., New York, NY 212 - 682 - 7266.

          2. if you want to head to Astoria, Bohemian Hall had huge screens last World Cup.

            1. If you are willing to make the trip to the Financial District, Beckett's ( on Stone Street already has the big screen set up for outside viewing. Picnic tables in the (pedestrian) street, but far from unlimited seating; others along the street, may do likewise, but B's is a certainty. Dublin (right across the street) is far from dark: Windows on three sides and multiple TVs. Food at neither is remarkable--indeed almost Hound antithetic.