The U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team opens 2014 World Cup play against Ghana Monday at 6 p.m. Want to watch with other futebol fans? Here are some places in and near Reston to show your team spirit.
World of Beer — The newly opened Reston Town Center bar and restaurant has 500 types of beer, so it’s likely you can drink your way through Groups E and F. There are also flat screens pretty much everywhere you look, so you should be well positioned to see soccer action.
Glory Days — This sports-themed bar and grill at Fox Mill Shopping Center has multiple TV screens and $5.99 burgers on Mondays.
Santini’s — This pizza place at Home Depot Shopping Center also serves beer and has a giant screen for sports viewing.
Kalypso’s Sports Tavern — The Lake Anne Village Center restaurant also has a sports tavern with 25 TV screens and game day food specials.
Finnegan’s Sports Bar and Grill — Located at Woodland Crossing in Herndon, Finnegan’s has TV- and theatre-sized screens to see every goal. Burgers are $5 all day on Mondays.
Ned Devine’s — Ned Devine’s located at the Herndon Clocktower Shopping Center at 2465 Centreville Rd., is having a World Cup party beginning at 5:30 p.m. There are over 45 HDtvs. Game day specials include $3 16oz Bud & Bud Light Aluminum bottles; $4 Coronas; and $5 frozen cocktails from Ned’s brand-new ice bar.
Get ready for the next U.S. game, too. On Sunday, June 22, when the U.S. meets Portugal in its second game from Brazil, Major League Soccer’s D.C. United will host a block party at Reston Town Center. The fun begins at noon, with kids’ activities, games, prizes and a chance to meet D.C. United players. The game begins at 6 p.m. and will be broadcast on outdoor screens in the pavilion. Admission is free.
Photo Credit: FIFA