We have World Cup fever!!! The passion of fans around the world makes the World Cup a can’t-miss experience, even if you aren’t a fan!
The early rounds of the World Cup have already had lots of surprises (Argentina?!?), and the action will only intensify as countries continue to battle for their right to face off in the final match on July 15.
While the tournament is held in Russia this year, there are plenty of hot spots on Long Island where fans gather and root for their favorite team – and have a few beers to celebrate! Here are eight places on Long Island that are embracing the World Cup with special events, early morning openings and dining deals.
Tommy’s Place is an upscale American tavern and family restaurant where we feature a chef-driven menu of pub favorites with a unique twist. You will feel a sense of high energy, community, and togetherness that makes Tommy’s Place perfect for a great time for all ages.
Fulton’s Gate bills itself as a traditional Irish pub. And by traditional, they don’t mean the pubs you’ve grown up with in the 1980s and 1990s. You won’t find mozzarella sticks or quesadillas here.
The dedication to airing live soccer games regardless of the time of day makes Momos Too Bar the ideal location for watching the World Cup.
More than two acres in size, Long Island’s most authentic German Biergarten / Beer Garden is located behind the restaurant and features specialties like bratwurst, leberkäse and giant soft pretzels, the best German beer on tap and live music, all with no cover charge.
Prost is a German bier hall and kitchen, specializing in German and American staples. 24 Tap Beers, 6 Flat Screens and Long Island’s Home for Soccer!
Whether you and your party want a full dining out experience, or if you just want to enjoy a quick bite, you’ll find our award winning recipes, like our signature Watermelon Chipotle Wings, are just one of the many amazing dishes that keep locals coming back for more and continue to impress critics in search of great food.
Rowdy Hall in the village of East Hampton has established a stellar reputation for English Pub/French Bistro cuisine. Opened in July of 1996, the Arts and Crafts inspired dining room, with a beautiful copper topped bar and soothing fireplace is an East End favorite.
What constitutes BBQ (beef or pork? dry rub or sauce?) splits a crowd, but everything at our ‘cue joint where Sagaponack meets Wainscott unites one. Reclaimed barn wood, a fireplace, local bands, trivia night, and an expansive deck all add to the conviviality both on- and off- season.
See you there!