8 S. Sarah St.
St. Louis, MO 63108
Scottish Arms feels as much like a European pub as anything St. Louis has to offer. The restaurant offers dishes like bangers, Scotch eggs and fish and chips. The pub has the largest whiskey selection in St. Louis, and was named by UK-based Whiskey Magazine as one of the Great Whiskey Bars in the World. Round out your European World Cup experience with draft beers from Scotland, Ireland, Germany and more, alongside local brews. Enjoying the game in this Central West End pub is the next best thing to being there.
The Sports Page
13431 Olive Blvd.
Chesterfield, MO 63017
If you’re looking for a place to watch the match in West County, The Sports Page is a great space in Chesterfield. It is famous for its juicy half-pound burgers, but you can also snack on chips, fries, shrooms and reubens to keep up your strength. The bar has plenty of TVs for watching the game, and draws a vibrant crowd.
3175 Mornganford Road
St. Louis, MO 63116
Amsterdam Tavern is all soccer, all of the time, so you’re certain to be sharing the Cup with a rowdy crowd of fans. The Amsterdam serves a great variety of craft beers, and food comes from the Dam, a burger joint next door. You can count on this soccer tavern to bring you all of the matches leading up to the World Cup, and the crowd will have a better-than-average knowledge of the game’s finer points.
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Guidos On The Hill
5046 Shaw Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110
Guidos is a strange blend of old-school Italian restaurant with Spanish tapas bar, which works perfectly for soccer viewing. You can drink a beer or some sangria, nibble on tapas when you get hungry and enjoy the Spanish owner’s enthusiasm for the game. You can’t really appreciate the Spanish passion for soccer until you’ve experienced it firsthand. Guido’s offers a cozy, enthusiastic place to watch the World Cup every year.
Stadium Sports Bar and Grill
Lumiere Place Casino & Hotel
999 N. 2nd St.
St. Louis, MO 63102
The downtown Stadium Bar at Lumiere Place puts the game in a posh setting. It’s the perfect place to bring a guest, a date or someone you’d like to impress. More than 50 HD screens ensure you won’t miss a thing no matter where you are in the room, and the giant 10-foot screen will let you see every blade of grass on the field. The bar menu has all of the usual foods, like toasted ravs and pretzels. Celebrate a goal with a deep-fried brownie bite and cinnamon ice cream.
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