Experience FIFA World Cup 2014 at some of the best sports bars and dive bars in San Diego. Watch the matches while sampling delicious wines and beers along with some finger-licking soul food. Have a month-long fun fest at the following great bars and pubs of San Diego. If you want to experience it LIVE, then get your Brazil FIFA World Cup Soccer tickets 2014 now at TicketsNow by Ticketmaster.com.
WCNP2014 at North Park: Get together with your friends and make your way to any of the sports bars at the North Park. With free flowing beer and other drinks, appetizers and fries, the North Park is the place to be during the FIFA World Cup. There are over 20 venues hosting the World Cup games throughout the North Park. Cheer for Spain, USA, or Brazil at pubs like Bar Pink, Caffe Calabria, the Office Bar, Endzone Sports Bar & Grill, El Postino, Ritual Tavern and more.
Pacific Beach Bar and Grill: Located at the Pacific Beach of San Diego, this bar is famous for its beautiful views and is a major gathering spot for sports fans. You can eat at the patio but the TVs are all inside. Enjoy full-service menu or play at the pool tables and shuffleboard. The bar is just a few steps away serving great drinks and tacos, appetizers, wings, burgers and more.
Shakespeare Pub & Grille: This establishment boasts of a local British pub atmosphere with a great selection of beer and food. The price is reasonable and the ambience is energetic. Meet your friends for a World Cup game and show all soccer fans how to cheer on your favorite team.
Princess Pub & Grille: As an original British style pub, Princess Pub & Grille serves delicious European ales and ciders. They also offer awesome craft beers along with hard liquor. Order the best fish and chips in town and enjoy the Happy Hour with live entertainment. Along with the World Cup, other games to be on are Champions League, Premier League, World Cup Rugby and NFL.
Bluefoot Bar & Lounge: Open every day at 11 am, the menu consists of Happy Hour specials. Get some special offer like $3 off wells, $2 off liquor and $1 off beer. Every Tuesday is the Pint Night with $4 off on your first pint and $3 off on refills. Stay for the World Cup games and get even more off on food and drinks.
The Field Irish Pub: Located in the Gaslamp Quarter, the Field Irish Pub is known for its friendly and easy environment. Savor the homemade Irish food and enjoy traditional music. Empty your craft beers while buzzing with the excitement of the World Cup series. Try out their single malt and blended whisky. You can choose from Irish, Scotch, Rye or Bourbon and 50 different labels. Don’t forget to land up at the bar for the first match between Brazil vs Croatia at 1:00 pm.
CapeTown Pub: Inspired by the Rainbow Nation of South Africa, this pub is the mixture of amazing flavors, spices, tastes, technique and styles. If you haven’s been there already take a trip during one of the World Cup matches and sample the delicious food and drinks. Watch games between teams like Uruguay and Costa Rica or Japan and Australia. The pub features a South African wine bar for sports fans.
O’Brien’s Pub: O’Brien’s American Pub is best known for its craft beers. Take a taste of the incredible hoppy beers, Belgian beers, and many other unusual beers from around the world. The food is delish and delightful. Check out the menu and bottle lists to see what the specials are every day.
Dublin Square Irish Pub & Grill: This establishment took its inspiration from the traditions and pub culture of Dublin. Located in the corner of Fourth Avenue, the pub boasts of a Victorian Lounge that is a replica of the Shelbourne Lounge in Dublin City. It is cozy with a snug fireplace, bench seats, and more. Order the incredible Irish meat pie, mini beef boxty, Irish nachos, Steak sandwich and much more.
Stout Public House: Located downtown, this is an Irish pub with fountains of delicious craft beers, bottles and cans along with finger-licking grub. Stop by after work and catch soccer, and experience one of the best Happy Hours in the city. stout offers a delectable mix of starters, salads, soups, entrees and drinks. Open seven days a week from 11 am to 2 am, the food can be anything from Mini Angus Beef Burgers to Grilled Chicken Pesto Sandwich.
Bub’s Dive bar & Grill: Bub’s is well known for its addictive food with great Tater Tots. Food is made from all fresh ingredients and the service is great. Watch your favorite teams bash each other while you savor your burgers and local brew. There are also tacos of all kinds, from Crispy Beef and Bean to Buffalo Shrimp taco.
Players Sports Bar: Players Sports Bar has a huge fan presence as well as alumni from many universities. There are over 70 TVs in the bar, all tuned in to the most popular games of the day. Order anything from burgers to sandwiches, salads or pizza and great beer for a great evening out with friends.
La Quinta Grill: La Quinta Grill is known for its amazing spicy food and great cocktails and beers. Sip on a variety of margaritas like strawberry, mango, tamarind, peach and more while indulging yourself with the Happy Hour menu. Watch the games while eating Le Paysan which is smoked turkey with Brie and apple chutney or go for the steak sandwich with onions, bacon and cheddar.
The Local: Catch the World Cup series at The Local no matter the time. For the morning games, The Local will open at 9 am allowing you to watch the game and eat from the delicious breakfast spread. There will be daily specials on food and drinks. Choose your dinner from a wide assortment of dishes like tacos, burger, enchiladas, burritos, wings, pretzels, calamari, quesadilla and more.
Costa Brava Restaurante: A Spanish tapas bar and restaurant, this is a great place to catch on with your friends and have a good time. Traditional Spanish cooking churns out great appetizers, casseroles, paella, Tortilla Espanola, and more. Live music or sports events are always available to entertain you.
Hooleys: An Irish pub showcasing a great drinks list, from Guinness to Irish whiskey. Savor the Boxty dishes and enjoy the unique charm and atmosphere. Wonderful music or TVs tuned in to sports make for a wonderful evening. The pub is set to open at 9 am for every World Cup match and will dispense award-winning food and craft beers.
Kaiserhof Restaurant: Kaiserhof Restaurant offers the best German cuisine in town and has a fully stocked bar. Happy Hour commences from 4 pm from Tuesday through Friday. Join fans of Germany on June 16 at 9 am for Germany v Portugal match. Happy Hour means great food including onion rings, cheese sticks, rolls, beef sliders, and drinks such as Chardonnay, Cabernet, Zinfandel, wheat beers, and cocktails.
Fiesta Hall: Join everyone at the Fiesta Hall for a big blow out during the World Cup series. Enjoy great food and drinks while cheering on your favorite players and soccer teams like Argentina, France, Portugal, USA, Germany, Ivory Coast, Croatia and more.
The Regal Beagle: Nestled in Mission Hills, the Regal Beagle boasts of craft beers and a great variety of artisan sausages. Enjoy yourself and savor some of the best beers from the finest breweries. Savor delicious sausages like German Garlic, Pork Brat, Jalapeno Cheddar, Smoked Beer, Hungarian Kolbasz and more.
Bub’s @ The Ballpark: Patrons at Bub’s enjoy the rustic décor, entertainment and great mouth-watering food. You can watch the game, take breaks in between and shoot a few hoops in their basketball court. You can relax and drink, and eat some of their Steaky Steakums or the Lunch Lady Tater Tots. The beer of the month keeps changing so make sure to ask the bartender.
Jolt’n Joe’s: Located in the historic Gaslamp Quarter, this little pub and eatery will showcase the FIFA World Cup series from June 12, 2014 2 pm to July 13, 2014 7 pm. Watch all the action at Jolt’n Joe’s with drink and food specials the whole time. They will also host giveaways and prizes. Relish the awesome food from burgers, salads, sandwiches to quesadilla, wings, spring rolls, chilli and desserts.