Where to Watch the France vs. Argentina World Cup Game in New York

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Things are getting serious in the World Cup. After finishing top of their group, Team France faces Lionel Messi’s Argentina on Saturday, June 30 at 10am (EST) in the Round of 16 of the World Cup. Here’s a list of bars where you won’t miss a second of Les Bleus’ game. (Need to learn about the players before you watch? Check here. Want to know what to yell in French during a World Cup match? Check here.)


As part of its Club des Bleus initiative, French Morning invites you to the pub 5th&MAD starting at 10am to watch the match, in partnership with XL Airways. With 18 screens, including two giants, you’ll be able to see the game well. Admission is free, but reserving your spot is highly recommended. On-site consumption will be charged at the rates usually charged by 5th&MAD.

The Club des Bleus’ Other Bars:

Félix – 340 W Broadway, (212) 431-0021.

Cafe du Soleil – 2723 Broadway, (212) 316-5000.

Troquet -155 Grand St, (212) 343-4295.

OCabanon – 245 W 29th St, (646) 669-7879.

L’Express – 249 Park Ave S, (212) 254-5858.

Le Midi – 11 E 13th St, (212) 255-8787.

Vintage 61 Sports Bistro – 233-235 Front St (212) 346-9090.

Bar Tabac – 128 Smith Street, (212) 923-0918.

Other bars where you can see Les Bleus:


Le District – 225 Liberty St, (212) 981-8588; Legends – 6 West 33rd Street, (212) 967-7792; Smithfield Hall – 138 W 25th St, (212) 929-9677.


Provence en Boîte – 263 Smith St, Brooklyn. (718) 797-0707.

New Jersey:

SoFive – 2 Palmer Terrace, Carlstadt. (201) 345-5434.

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