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Euro '08 Viewing
June 6th, 2008 6:45AM



With most of the European Championship games being shown midday in most parts of the country, soccer fans will be flocking to their favorite soccer hangouts to be watching the games. Weekday games will mean extended lunch hours for lots of fans. Here's a list of notable soccer hangouts in major cities. Let us know what is your favorite by emailing us at Soccer America

Arlington, Va.
Kitty O'Shea's
2403 Wilson Boulevard

401 Moreland Avenue NE

Brookline, Mass.
Corrib Pub
201 Harvard Street

Charlotte, N.C.
Jackalope Jacks
1936 E. 7th Street

415 S. Dearborn Street

The British Bulldog
2052 Stout Street

Falls Church, Va.
Babylon Futbol Cafe
3501 South Jefferson Street

Hartford, Conn.
Vaughan's Public House
55 Pratt Street

Hoboken, N.J.
Mulligans on First
159 1st Street

Las Vegas, Nev.
Crown & Anchor
1350 East Tropicana Avenue

Lincoln, Neb.

5601 S. 56th

Long Beach, Calif.
2751 E. Broadway

Manhattan Beach, Calif.
Grunions Sports Bar
1501 North Sepulveda Boulevard

New York
Mean Fiddler
266 West 47th St.

Stout NYC
133 W. 33rd Street

North Charleston, S.C.
Madra Rua Pub
1034 East Montague Avenue

Pasadena, Calif.
Lucky Baldwins
17 South Raymond Avenue

Plano, Texas
Kelly's Eastside
1422 Avenue K

Portland, Ore.

North 45 Pub
517 NW 21st Avenue

Salt Lake City
The Republican
917 South State Street

San Diego
Shakespeare Pub & Grille
3701 India Street

Savannah, Ga.
Molly MacPherson's Scottish Pub & Grill
311 West Congress Street

St. Louis
Barrister's in Clayton
15 N. Meramec Avenue

St. Paul, Minn.
Sweetwater Grille & Bar
161 Saint Anthony Ave # 820B

Silver Spring, Md.
McGinty's Public House
911 Ellsworth Drive

Sunnyside, N.Y.
Breffni Inn Bar
4345 40th Street

Washington D.C.
Lucky Bar
1221 Connecticut Ave NW

Nellie's Sports Bar
900 U Street NW

Whittier, Calif.
The 6740
6740 Greenleaf Avenue

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