Just in case you’re living under a rock and haven’t already heard, the USA vs. Belgium World Cup match is tomorrow, Tuesday, at 3 p.m. Here are the best spots around D-FW to join up with other fans and cheer our team to a W!
AT&T Stadium: Cheer on the USA as they play on Cowboys Stadium’s four enormous screens. Admission and parking are free! Parking lots will open at 12:30 p.m. and doors will open at 1:30 p.m.
FC Dallas Watch Party: As with every US match so far, you can join Dallas’ MLS team and thousands of fans at AT&T Plaza outside American Airlines Center. It’s free and lasts from 2 to 5 p.m.
The Londoner: The Addison branch was just voted the No. 1 place in America to watch the World Cup by the Travel Channel, but all of the locations will be playing the match.
Idle Rich Pub: Idle Rich and its sister pubs, Old Monk and Blackfriar, will open at 1 p.m. and full menus will be offered.
Pour House: Both bars, in Fort Worth and Dallas, will be showing all the U.S. matches.
Trinity Hall: It’ll be standing-room only at this Mockingbird Station bar, so be ready to hydrate accordingly.
The FIFA World Cup is in full swing and there’s no better place to watch it than at a bar among other fans. Wait, we meant there’s no better place to watch the World Cup in the entire country than The Londoner in Addison, TX.
Yes, that’s right, The Londoner in Addison was just voted the No. 1 bar in the United States to watch the World Cup by the Travel Channel. That’s a pretty huge thing if you ask us.
Don’t go showing up there if you’re not a serious fan of the game, though. The criteria for the ranking of the top ten bars were: a lively atmosphere, authentic soccer fans, and good beer/cocktails and food.
Here’s what you can expect if you do plan to get in on the action: “Head to The Londoner if you’re looking for an authentic British pub experience. England fans usually frequent the Addison bar, which is also the flagship location for the Dallas-Fort Worth pub chain. All 4 locations will host kick-off parties on June 12 with drink specials like $5 caipirinhas, and plans are already underway to show 48 World Cup games live.”
Congrats to The Londoner! Even though the fans there are typically cheering on England, we know today everyone is all about Team USA!