More than a third of New York City residents were born in another country. New York City after all, truly is a city of the world, which makes it the perfect place to watch the world's game this month during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Given New York City's multicultural makeup, fans can actually choose their viewing spot based on their national rooting interest.
Watch the Brazilian national team while drinking caipirinhas at Miss Favela in Brooklyn. Watch Ghana's Black Stars at Papaye in the Bronx while scooping up some fufu. Take in one of Iran's group stage games at Cafe Nadery while eating some ghormeh sabzi. Cheer on England while tossing back a pint at Black Swan in Brooklyn. And of course, watch the US of A at places like the Lonestar Bar and Grill, Nevada Smiths or Jack Demsey's.
Here's a map of where to watch the World Cup in New York City, sorted by country the crowd will likely be supporting. It's by no means a complete list. If you know a good bar that's affiliated with a country in the tournament, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll add it.