Chicago — By Lisa Davis on June 14, 2010 at 12:31 pm
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Chicago’s Best Bars for World Cup Soccer

Are you a fan of World Cup soccer? If so, check out Chicago’s best bars for World Cup soccer and catch all the matches this week.

Crew – With 20 new flat-screen TVs, how can you not watch the games at this northside bar.

The Globe Pub – You won’t miss any World Cup action at this pub, which opens 30 minutes before game time, which means 6 a.m. on mornings with 6:30 a.m. games. Drink specials include $4 Carlsberg pints.

English – If you are looking for World Cup drink specials, then English is your place, including $6 Jose Cuervo shots, $7 Jose Cuervo Margaritas and $7 Goose Island drafts. Tips: English will be open early for every 9 a.m. match and breakfast specials will be served till 2 p.m. The ESPN street team plans to be at the bar June 17 for the Mexico-France game (1:30 p.m.).

Luxbar – Luxbar televises games starting at 11 a.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. on weekends. Tip: Order the $30 World Cup buckets packed with one bottle each of Miller Lite (USA), Hacker Pschorr (Germany), Heineken (Netherlands), Corona (Mexico), Peroni (Italy) and Bass (England).

Ginger’s Ale House – Like The Globe Pub, Ginger’s Ale House will open 30 minutes before games.

Joe’s on Weed – This is one of Chicago’s best sports bar. Located in the Old Town area, Joe’s, has over 100 HD TVs guaranteeing you will never miss a match.

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