Food & Drink

Where to watch the World Cup in Houston

Published On 06/12/2014 Published On 06/12/2014
Bar Munich
Richmond Arms Pub
The Phoenix on Westheimer
Lucky’s Pub
Stag’s Head Pub
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1. Bar Munich 2616 Louisiana St, Houston, TX 77006 (Midtown)

Bar Munich is a sunny, airy German establishment where you can watch the game with plenty of German drafts and a great menu full of hearty snacks to soak up all the suds. Get a liter and a Bavarian pretzel, or throw self-respect out the window and chase Das Boot with a triple-bratwurst sampler platter.

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2. The Richmond Arms Pub 5920 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77057 (Uptown)

Big screen TVs to watch the game, a sweet patio, and an international beer selection that definitely won't disappoint, all serve to make The Richmond Arms Pub a great place to hang out. A menu full of reasonably priced, classic pub fare doesn't hurt, either.

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3. The Phoenix on Westheimer 1915 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77098 (Montrose)

The Phoenix is a British sports pub where you can get your fill of hearty pub fare like fish ‘n chips and hunter’s pie, and there's no shortage of drafts for you enjoy with your food.

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4. Lucky's Pub 801 St Emanuel St, Houston, TX 77003 (Downtown)

Lucky's Pub is one of the largest, most popular sports bars in Houston, and will supply you with craft beer, delicious wings, and a lively atmosphere while you watch the game.

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5. The Stag's Head Pub 2128 Portsmouth St, Houston, TX 77098 (River Oaks)

The Stag's Head, aside from having a badass name, is a no-nonsense pub that's got everything you could ask for -- very reasonably priced drinks, a wide range of liquor and beer, a delicious menu with plenty of appetizers, pizzas, sandwiches, and English pub fare classics, and darts and arcade games to keep you entertained.

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