The 20th FIFA World Cup kicked off last week and runs for four weeks with the big final match taking place on July 13. There will be 64 games in all with teams representing 32 countries. From North Harlem to Little Africa on 116th Street in Harlem is flush with World Cup fever and you can find the matches playing at Corner Social in Harlem. For right now this is the be to watch the tournament and eat well while doing so.
Corner Social will be celebrating the World Cup by hosting the matches with it’s “great ambiance, cool space, extensive beer list and fun-looking cocktails.” When it comes to food don’t pass on the restaurants “cheeseburger spring rolls, the Lobster Mac n cheese or any of the Nacho dishes!” – Yelp
Corner Social, 321 Lenox Avenue
New York, NY 10027 (View Map)
(212) 510-8552 (website)
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