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Maybe you don’t have the game-changing six pack like Clint Dempsey’s, but at least you can grab a six-pack and cheer on. Do what you can for your country.

Trummer’s On Main: Enjoyed the Cachaça at The Fainting Goat last week? Check out Stefan Trummer’s spin on it. This spicy, watermelony drink is half-off TODAY when Brazil takes on Cameroon.

Pinstripes Bocce, Bowling & Bistro: You know what else are spherical beside futbol? Bocce, bowling ball, and the food baby you’d be nurturing from Pinstripes’ half-priced flatbreads and complimentary gelatos, available this Tuesday and Thursday.

Tico: New Kid on the Block Alert! Michael Schlow invades 14th St. This Spanish-Latin-influenced joint offers Happy Hour specials between 4 and 7 pm every weekday, featuring $3 tacos, $5 bites, beer and wine, and $6 cocktails. Score. (Or, as they say over there, GOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLL)


Fado Irish Pub: Arguably the best soccer bar in DC, Fado is surrounded by humongous TV screens that are as glossy as Cristiano Ronaldo’s well-jelled hair. Come grab $5 drinks and snack & pint specials at their USA v. Germany viewing party on Thursday.

Capitol City Brewing Company: Go to their Arlington location for some World Cup-inspired food and cocktails that will be available throughout the entire tournament. Now that Spain is officially knocked out, why not knock back a delish Sangria Roja in their honor?

Starting today, there will be FOUR World Cup games every day as the knockout round wraps up with the last two matches taking place simultaneously. The only tougher choice you’d have to make than deciding which one to catch is where to watch it – our super comprehensive World Cup specials guide does not make it easier.