The 7 Best Places to Watch the 2014 World Cup in St. Louis
Tigin Irish Pub
(333 Washington Avenue; 314-221-8666)
Tigin may be a chain, but it's still hosting a damn good World Cup celebration. All 64 games will be shown on HDTVs with a special game-day menu. The World Cup kicks off Thursday with Goose Island 312 on draft for $5 and live music from Those Guys starting at 8 p.m. The special World Cup menu will be available during matches until July 13; check it out here. You can also enter the $1 million World Cup bracket challenge here.
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