The United States makes its 2014 World Cup debut against Ghana at 3PM PST on Monday, June 16th. The game will be on ESPN and online with the “Watch ESPN” app or website.
If you don’t have TV or would like to watch with friends and fellow Americans in Portland, here are several suggestions! These places will surely be packed with fans + great food & drink specials.
Watch 2014 World Cup Games in Portland:
(East Burnside & 18th) | (503) 236-2876 | More info: www.theeastburn.com
East Burn will be open for all games (including opening early for the the 9AM games). Depending on time of day, they will be shown on their large movie screen in their dining room, a large projection screen on their heated patio, and also downstairs in the tap room. Recess discount menu from 3-6PM. They have daily food and drink specials.
(426 SW Washington St) | (503) 228-3669 | More info: kellysolympian.com
One of Portland, OR’s oldest watering holes, Kelly’s Olympian is your downtown destination. Open Monday-Sunday 10AM-2AM. Happy hour 4-7PM every day with 3 large TV screens tuned into every minute of action. View menu here.
(1522 SE 32nd Ave, Portland, OR 97214) | (503) 234-8888 | More info: bazipdx.com
From June 12 through July 13, Bazi will be operating under expanded hours catering to the World Cup soccer fans. The matches on this list (Bazi World Cup Schedule) will be played with sound on the 114” HDTV big screen with the exception of (Brazil vs Cameroon and Portugal vs Ghana which will be broadcasted on the 52″ Bar HDTV due to overlap with other matches).
- Mornings: A limited breakfast menu with drink specials representative of the teams playing from around the globe (e.g. Shandy for England, Sangria for Spain, Caipirihna from Brazil, etc.).
- Mid-Day: Happy Hour will commence at opening time on NOON and 1 PM matches
- A World Cup Draft List: Guest brewery appearances from around the globe!
Downtown: 71 SW 2nd Ave, Portland, OR, (503) 222-2155
Tigard: 71 SW 2nd Ave, Portland, OR, (503) 222-2155
Hillsboro: 2290 NW Allie Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124, (503) 336-0403 | More info: thirstylionpub.com
The countdown to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil continues as Thirsty Lion prepares for a packed house of global soccer fans and one of the world’s greatest tournaments. The matches begin Thursday, June 12th and run through July 13th and both the downtown Portland and Washington Square locations will be opening up at 9am for all the early matches.
1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214, (503) 797-4000 | More info: omsi.edu
Trade in your flat screen for the giant screen as you kick off the summer with world-class soccer. OMSI is bringing the action to fans and science lovers alike with larger-than-life matches in the Empirical and in Theory eatery. Cheer for your team, grab some food, and even catch some sports science demos, all in celebration of this worldwide competition. Admission is free to view the matches. Attendees will receive discounted museum admission good through July 13.
The Blue Room Bar @ Cartlandia
8145 SE 82nd Ave, Portland, Oregon 97266, 503-358-7873 | More info: Cartlandia.com
Cartlandia will be showing all the World Cup games Live in The Blue Room Bar, a new venue just opened in April offering specials for the whole world Cup experience. Open 8 am – 2:30 am for World cup. $4 pints of craft beer during games and a special of burger, fries and a beer for $10 all month. Designed by a professional soccer player, The Blue Room Bar has 5 big screen TVs , 18 taps, full cocktail menu, performance space, and collection of soccer memorabilia. It was built with classic materials salvaged from an 1910 bar, 1860’s church, and a Portland pipe organ.
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