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Where to watch soccer (Premier League football) on Sunday?

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Anybody have any suggestions as to where to watch the final day games on Sunday?

Games start at 10 a.m. ET, I believe, so want a bar, prefer a breakfast menu ... with LOTS of TV's!!

Anybody watching?

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  1. Don't know where you're looking, but you might try Casa Vasca or any of the Portuguese restaurants in the Ironbound in Newark. Also, Sun Tavern in Scotch Plains has lots of tvs and great thin crust pizza. Good luck...

    1. Kilkenny House in Cranford. Don't know about a breakfast menu, though.

      1. D'Arcy's in Bradley Beach

        1. Thanks for the suggestions, all. (Now, I have to figure out how to make this work on Mother's Day!!)

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          1. re: ooi82much

            I agree on either Kilkenny House or D'Arcy's but i'll be watching from home as i am taking Mom out on Saturday in order to see a certain team in blue win the league!!!

            1. re: ooi82much

              Make sure to call ahead to see if they are open at that time. Nothing worse than getting ready for a big match day and missing out... don't know how accurate this is but I found this list of soccer friendly pub in NJ:
              http://www.livesoccertv.com/pubs/new-...

              personally, i am rooting for a miracle from QPR... but I know it is not likely.

              1. re: yCf

                You very nearly got your wish!! Quite a dramatic finish as QPR improbably held a 2-1 lead at the end of regulation time, and MCity scored twice in stoppage for the win and the championship.

                The whole game was the game to watch, between the red card and the two QPR goals ...

                Thanks to all for the suggestions -- turns out I watched at home with my wife, it being Mother's Day, and all ...