As the world’s most watched sporting event, the World Cup draws an eclectic crowd to every bar and tavern with a television. Located in New York City, The Porterhouse at Fraunces Tavern is proud to air every game for the entirety of the tournament; head down to the one of NYC’s best Irish pubs and cheer on your country!
In addition airing all of the games live, the bar will also host a “World Cup of Craft Beer” event, in which delicious beer from around the world will be featured. Take a look at some of the options:
- Brazil: For the country hosting the World Cup this year, The Porterhouse features Colorado Vixnu Imperial IPA, which is brewed with rapadura cane and features citrus and passion fruit aromas. It boasts a strong taste with subtle sweetness.
- Italy: The Birra del Borgo ReAle Extra IPA features notes of grapefruit and bitter orange with a marriage of caramel and honey for a truly unique taste.
- England: Thornbridge, Englands’ premier craft brewery features the Raven Black IPA, which features five malts and six hopes for a bitter chocolate flavor. It was voted the world’s best IPA in 2012 and 2013 at the World Beer Awards.
In addition to the various beer specials, The Porterhouse will also feature food specials from around the world, including fruits of the sea from Italy, shrimp ceviche from Ecuador, sirloin steak from Argentina, and of course, cheesecake from right here in the U.S.A. No matter which country you’re rooting for this year, you’ll find a fun and friendly place to watch the World Cup at The Porterhouse at Fraunces Tavern. Visit the Irish pub online for further information.