Game day at Black Forest Brooklyn.
Game day at this Brooklyn beer garden includes a 12-foot screen. Photo courtesy of Black Forest Brooklyn

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The New York Restaurants Where You Can Watch the 2022 World Cup


The World Cup is kicking off on Sunday, November 20, and if you’re looking to cheer on your team with some excellent food and a fun crowd, here are some great restaurants that’ll be streaming the games.


Café du Soleil in the Upper West Side (full schedule here — for all the Frenchies out there!).

El Vez in Battery Park (full schedule here).

Felix in Soho (beating all records with a special game-day open time of 5 a.m.).

Jones Wood Foundry on the Upper East Side (head here if you’re team England).

The Lavaux in the West Village (ticketed on Resy).

The Red Lion in the West Village (get your bracket ready).

The Spaniard in the West Village (doors open at 10:30 a.m. for all 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. games).

Terroir in Tribeca.

Brooklyn & Queens

Both locations of the always fun Black Forest in Fort Greene and Cobble Hill (the games are ticketed on Resy — the $10 admission includes one half liter of Radeberger pilsner or a soda and one giant, 12-foot screen).

Leland Eating and Drinking House in Prospect Heights (they’ll be streaming every game in their back room Wednesday through Sunday, when the restaurant’s open).

Santo Brúklin in Carroll Garden (if you’re cheering Brazil on, this is the place to be).

Nowadays in Ridgewood (full schedule here).

The Queensboro in Jackson Heights (ticketed on Resy — they’ll be streaming all U.S. games).