Places to Watch the World Cup

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Like an Easter Christian, I only get enthusiastic about football/soccer every 4 years, but another 4 years have passed, and the World Cup begins next week. It would be fun to hear local suggestions for places to go and watch the games! Extra points awarded for mentioning spots with comfortable seating, TVs with superior resolution (these aren't usually the biggest ones), and healthy beer menus. Thanks in advance!

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a-1529300531 Jun 15, 2018 08:41 AM
Places to Watch the World Cup

Pepe's, easy free parking at door, or across the street in their own free private lot. Easy walking access, no stairs, into restaurant. Comfy soft booths, or straight back chairs. Sunday morning, Mexican/Germany.

a-1529300531 Jun 14, 2018 02:19 PM
Places to Watch the World Cup

Pepe's Restaurant is opening at 7am on Sunday 6/17 for the match between Germany and Mexico. There will be free coffee, orange juice, and Mexican pastries. At 9am they will have a brunch offering. Pepe's is 245 Orange Ave, off of Hollister in Goleta. A wonderful family-owned restaurant! Nice people and very friendly.

a-1529300531 Jun 13, 2018 09:33 AM
Places to Watch the World Cup

FlightLine Restaurant, GREAT! It was High Sierra, and before that, Elephant Bar. By the airport on Hollister. Fun place, especially if you like airplanes with your soccer.

a-1529300531 Jun 12, 2018 03:39 PM
Places to Watch the World Cup

U.S. failed to qualify. Why even watch? (Just kidding. No sport would get me into a bar. Not even a dog-friendly bar. Good for Third Window. My dog gives it two paws up.)

Boomshwang Jun 12, 2018 11:41 AM
Places to Watch the World Cup

Creekside restaurant and bar or the Neighborhood Bar will both be going off for the World Cup

a-1529300531 Jun 12, 2018 11:24 AM
Places to Watch the World Cup

What is a "healthy beer menu?" Do you mean beer that is healthy or menus with a lot to offer?

oceandrew Jun 12, 2018 11:14 AM
Places to Watch the World Cup

I would bet the Hollister Brewhouse will show them as will the Mesa Cafe.

a-1529300531 Jun 12, 2018 11:11 AM
Places to Watch the World Cup

I might put in a vote for Third Window. Good beer, lots of TVs, usually plenty of seating, and bonus: dog friendly, if you like that.

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