Pistache, one of the county’s premiere French restaurants, will switch up its spot-on traditional cuisine for a night to highlight World Cup host country Brazil.
As part of its summer dining series, Tour du Monde, Pistache will prepare traditional Brazilian fare, combined with samba dancing, and, of course, will haul in a big screen television to show the World Cup on June 21.
TO THE VICTOR GOES THE CHICKEN
Pollo Tropical wants to know who you think will win the World Cup, and they’re willing to pay you in chicken to find out.
Fans can enter to win free chicken for a year from the Caribbean-inspired chicken restaurant chain by texting the world "goal" to 52198 and replying to their message with the name of the country they think will win El Mundial. The contest ends June 12 at 10 a.m.
Das Biergarten in Abacoa has beer, brats and big screen TVs. What more do you want?
The German-themed restaurant will have four games (with the sound on!), including two on 70-inch televisions on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Pair those brats and pretzels with brews from Oskar Blues, Cigar City and Benediktner, to name a few.
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AU FRANCAIS, REDUX
La Bonne Bouche, the little French bistro and bakery in downtown Lake Worth, will be offering a special menu during the World Cup games from noon to 6:30 p.m.
Expect classic French bar food like croque monsieur (the most delicious version of a grilled ham and cheese often made with Gruyère), pan-bagnat sandwiches, bowls of steaming mussels and antipasto. Wash it down with a glass of bordeaux for $6 or a $3 beer.
Rapper Pitbull, who injected money into the Miami Subs Grill franchise and a Miami attitude into this year’s World Cup anthem, “We Are One (Ole Ola),” is bringing it all full circle.
Miami Subs Grill will offer happy hour specials all day inside its restaurants starting on Thursday, with $3.49 appetizers including jalapeño bites, meatballs and mozzarella sticks. Select locations that serve beer and wine will offer $2 domestic beers.