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Where to Watch the World Cup

The 2010 World Cup kicks off tomorrow and Boston restaurants are pumped. Spots all around town are ready to accommodate soccer enthusiasts, and whether you want to watch the game while chowing down on feijoada or arancini, we've got a destination for you.

The Banshee is probably the best year-round soccer bar in the Hub, so it's no surprise they're showing each and every World Cup match on twelve high-def televisions. Bonus: one screen might be showing 3-D, with glasses available for rental. [Herald]

Caffe Graffiti owner Luigi DeMarco plans to show the matches on four televisions and serve specials, including a pesto, mozzarella, and tomato pizza decorated to look like the Italian flag. [Herald]

• In the spirit of the U.S./U.K. soccer rivalry, Harvard Gardens will offer a menu of fried chicken v. fish and chips. [Grub Street]

• The House of Blues will host a free kick-off viewing party sponsored by the New England Revolution. [House of Blues]

Jacob Wirth will show all games on its 120 inch screen, with free breakfast at the 10 a.m. games. [Grub Street]

The Lansdowne will be opening early and showing all games. [Grub Street]

McFadden's will offer half-priced appetizers and other food specials during all games. [Grub Street]

Muqueca will show all of Brazil's games. [Facebook]

Phoenix Landing will show all games on seven flat-screen TVs and two projection screens. [Boston]

Noir will be showcasing beer and cocktails from the participating countries on a special menu. The bar will open at 1pm on June 12 to show the game. [Grub Street]

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