This Las Vegas sports bar from chef Emeril Lagasse is featuring a World Cup menu now through the end of the tournament. It includes dishes like Bavarian pretzel with cheesy beer sauce, beef stroganoff and beer-battered haddock with fries.
Ofa, a Brazilian concept in Miami Beach, Fla., is treating diners to a World Cup Special — three appetizers and three beers for $35. Guests can choose bites like Pao de Queijo, traditional Brazilian cheese bread.
For World Cup fans, Edible Arrangements offers two soccer-themed fruit arrangements: Just for Kicks, which ranges from $68 to $88 for small, regular and large sizes, and Summer Goals, which ranges from $79 to $124 for the same three sizes. Both items come inside a soccer ball. Edible Arrangements is based in Wallingford, Conn., with around 1,200 units.
The Stalking Horse
Wonho Frank Lee
The Los Angeles restaurant will screen the World Cup in its dining room through July 15 and open earlier, Monday to Friday at 11 a.m., and Saturday and Sunday at 7 a.m., to accommodate the tournament viewing schedule. For fans watching on the weekends, The Stalking Horse offers a Breakfast of Champions Menu as another World Cup special. The menu includes a scrambled egg sandwich with roasted tomato aioli for $8, dipping chips for $6, avocado toast for $6 and tater tots for $4.
Summer Garden & Bar
Those watching early morning games can enjoy a Kickoff Breakfast Special at this New York City concept. The deal comes with a choice of any housemade pastry, a fresh fruit platter, and coffee or tea service for $15. The restaurant is also offering a Two-Touch Lunch Special — a choice of a signature sandwich and any draft beer for $27 — for games after 11 a.m. and a Bloody Mary for $8 at any game.
Trejo’s Coffee and Donuts
Trejo’s Coffee and Donuts
The Hollywood, Calif., location of this concept is serving the World Cup Donut — a chocolate-pudding-filled doughnut decorated to look like a soccer ball. The themed item is available through the World Cup season.
The casual-dining operator is holding The Hooters Cup Challenge sweepstakes, which fans entered into by filling out a tournament bracket. Anyone who predicted each game correctly will be eligible for a $1 million grand prize. Those who predicted more than 60 games correctly will be receive a split pot prize: $25,000 among all the winners. Hooters is based in Atlanta and has approximately 425 units.
This dining destination in Hallandale Beach, Fla., is offering a free drink with the purchase of any breakfast dish for those catching morning games during the tournament. In the afternoon, the restaurant is serving the Etaru Burger with fries and a complimentary Sapporo Light beer.
Throughout the tournament, this restaurant will offer guests a shot of Tullamore Dew, an Irish whiskey, and a pint of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer for $6. Dat Dog is based in New Orleans with four locations.
Real Mex Restaurants
Acapulco and El Torito, two concepts from Real Mex Restaurants in California, is hosting World Cup Breakfast Watch Parties throughout the season. The parties will include food and drink specials, like a breakfast burrito for $7.