Goal! World Cup mania continues with the United States taking on Germany in a must-watch game on Thursday. All eyes are on Brazil, the slight favorite, to win, but Argentina and Belgium all plan an upset, and the U.S. has a good shot at advancing to the knockout stage. Whether you want to cheer on the United States or blow your vuvuzela for whoever may be playing, we have you covered. Here, 21 ways to eat and drink your way through the World Cup in Las Vegas.Read More
UPDATED: Your Guide To Watching the World Cup in Vegas
Rodger Gillespie and Bryant Jane will be behind the bar at Atomic Liquors most mornings during the World Cup matches. The Goodwich will be setting up a food truck and serving every morning throughout the tournament. There will be Fernet Branca, punt e mes, corralejo tequila, and Seagrams specials.
Bar Prohibition shows all the games and features $2 Budweiser drafts until 6 p.m.
Bier Garten is offering buy one get one beer offer during all World Cup games televised inside at the bar and out on the beer garden.
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BLT Burger will be showing every match on a series of flat-screens that offer a 180-degree window. Land the Michalado for $5.
Book & Stage
Book & Stage plans to have multi-cultural food and beverage offerings during the World Cup while The Chelsea will throw a world championship final viewing party.
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Cabo Wabo Cantina
Cabo Wabo Cantina has Caipirinhas made with Leblon Cachaça, sugar and fresh lime; a peach frozen margarita made with premium El Jimador Blanco tequila; and the South of Sao Paulo, combining the tropical flavors of Açai berry, fresh-squeezed lemon and 2 Gingers Irish Whiskey all for $10 during World Cup matches. Coors Light beer buckets go for $19 and drafts of Blue Moon and Coors Light are $5..
Cantina Laredo is serving the Old Glory (Sauza Silver Tequila, Cointreau, lemon and lime juices with Blue Curacao and pomegranate) for $5 during U.S. games. During Mexico’s games, the La Bandera is also$5 (Sauza Silver Tequila, Cointreau, lemon and lime juices with Midori and pomegranate). During matches with either team, find $2 Tecate and Heineken.
World Cup viewing parties are kicked up a notch with “Around the World” specialty menu, drink specials and viewing on main screen. Giveaways will take place throughout the games and the retail store will provide a 15 percent discount on select merchandise for guests in team jerseys. Dishes include the smoked barbecue brisket sandwich for $13.99, chicken tacos for $2 each, bratwurst and German potato salad for $11.99, beef skewers with chimichurri for $14.99 and pork and clams for $17.99. Drink specials include the Leblon Caipirinha, Leblon Breeze and Budweiser gold bottles, all for $8.
Double Barrel Roadhouse
Order five-bottle buckets of Budweiser for $20. The buckets will feature Budweiser’s limited-edition gold aluminum bottles emblazoned with the World Cup trophy, created specifically for the 2014 tournament. All games played from 2 to 8 p.m. are during the new happy hour with half-priced draft beers and well drinks, $2 off wine by glass and specialty cocktails and special pricing on loaded barbecue nachos, crispy barbecue spring rolls, barbecue pulled pork sliders and barrel fried chicken.
Due Forni Pizza & Wine
Due Forni broadcasts all of the games, including early U.S., Argentina and Italy matches. Morning specials include Sausage, Egg & Pepper Pizza, Ham and Fontina Pizza with an Over Easy Egg and Prosciutto e Rucola Pizza with an Over Easy Egg. From 9 am to noon on the select game days toast to victories or wallow in defeat with drink specials including $5 Peroni Draft Beer, $6 mimosas and $7 Bloody Mary’s. Game days from noon on, the restaurant will feature Pulled Pork Sliders with Calabrian Cole Slaw and Pickles and Ham and Fontina Sliders along with Peroni Draft Beer for $5.
Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
Ferraro’s has special small bites and free drinks during all televised World Cup games during operating hours through the final on July 13.
Gilley's Saloon, Dance Hall & BBQ
Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall and Bar-B-Que, Seafood Shack and Breeze Bar have four for $20 beer buckets of Heineken, Newcastle and Dos Equis in celebration of the World Cup soccer games. Select games will be broadcast on the big screen televisions at each location.
South Point Hotel will host World Cup viewing parties in the Grandview Lounge with $15 buckets of Bud and Bud Light products and $3 shots of Jose Cuervo.
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J.C. Wooloughan's Irish Pub
J.C. Wooloughan’s has $2 Coors Light draft; $3 Heineken draft; $4 shot of el Jimador Blanco Tequila; $5 margarita; and $7 Dos Equis beer with an el Jimador Blanco Tequila shot
Julian Serrano has half-priced glasses of sangrias during all games available in red, white or sparkling wine.
Lagasse’s Stadium is featuring warm giant pretzels for $12, shrimp and fish ceviche for $15, a charcuterie and cheese board for $24 and more during the World Cup matches. Drink specials include the Leblon Caipirinha for $12, Rio shots for $9, Cedilla Spritz for $11 and Acai Beer for $7.
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
Guests can keep the hype up all month long with the Beer Passport Program where beers representing World Cup participating countries will be available in Kumi, Red Square, Citizens Kitchen & Bar, Mandalay Bay Sports Book, eyecandy sound lounge & bar, Mizuya and Mandalay Bay Beach. Guests who purchase these specialty beers will get their passport stamped and may enter their completed passports into a drawing for a grand prize. As an added bonus, some purchases will be accompanied by giveaways or entry into a raffle. Guests may pick up a passport at participating venues.
All burgers and a food and beer pairing weekly-special will be available for $18.42 and a PUB three-course dinner for $30 including half-sized nachos and a choice of burger, cookie and shake will round out the lineup of specials.
Public House Las Vegas
Public House will offer an international menu of specialty dishes inspired by the teams playing in the tournament. Also find $6 Heineken draughts, Patron cocktails and margarita specials, $5 Bud Light draughts and $8 Budweiser commemorative bottles.
The new World Cup cocktails here include the Brazilian Barbeque cocktail, a smoky, sweet rendition of the traditional caipirinha, made with a touch of sea salt to elevate the layers of flavor; and the Leblon Cachaca, made with Lagavulin single malt rinse, rock candy syrup, lime cubes and fresh watermelon juice.
All Sierra Gold tavern locations will feature $3 Miller Lite pints, $4 Belvedere cocktails and $5.75 Belvedere Bloody Marys, along with a chance to win soccer gear during the games.
T&T Tacos & Tequila
Soccer fans can order World Cup wings with barbecue, teriyaki and buffalo sauces; Brazilian nachos; gringo tacos with ground beef picadillo, tomatoes, lettuce and cheese served on a hard shell taco; and Mini Chimi with a choice of shredded beef or shredded chicken, cheese and beans. For drinks, the Mango Storm, Golden Boot Margarita and The Penalty Kick.
Terry Fator Theatre
Guests can enjoy the championship game with a viewing party inside the Terry Fator Theatre with a variety of packages available with featured drink and fare combinations including El Jimador Fresca Paloma, Jack and Coke, Heineken, soft drinks, popcorn, soft pretzels, nachos, hamburgers and hot dogs.