The World Cup only comes around once every four years. Make the most of the time you have left to cheer on your team at these bashes around town on Sunday, both indoors and out. Here are six Boston World Cup finals watch parties you don't want to miss.
Boston World Cup finals watch parties
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This South Boston hotspot is a converted warehouse that now serves as a cozy cafe and American restaurant, with everything from food trucks and a gourmet dinner menu to a spacious outdoor patio and free Wi-Fi. The relaxed vibe makes it a perfect spot to catch this year's World Cup finals action.
11 a.m.-3 p.m., 40 W 3rd St., Boston, coppersmithboston.com
Back Bay Social
Kick back at this Back Bay restaurant and watch the final match on a huge screen with surround sound. The bistro is offering half-off appetizers throughout the game and its menu features special themed cocktails.
10 a.m.-1 p.m., 867 Boylston St., Boston, 21+, backbaysocialclub.com
Publico Street Bistro
This globally-inspired restaurant will open early to host a watch party as it kicks off its new brunch menu with specialty cocktails and day-of menu specials. A live DJ will provide entertainment. You'll get the chance to take in the game in either the 2,000-square-foot outdoor garden atrium or indoors at the bar.
10 a.m.-2:30 p.m., 11 Dorchester St., Boston, publicoboston.com
Bring the kids to CultureHouse, a pop-up community center that bills itself as a public living room and a third space between home and work, focused on community building. Its watch party will feature free themed food based on the two competing teams, so you shouldn’t miss it.
11 a.m.-2 p.m., 1 Bow Market Way, Somerville, theculturehouse.org
University Park Commons
Enjoy the final match on a huge outdoor screen while supporting local vendors at the Central Square Flea at University Park Commons. Food trucks will be there to fuel your viewing experience.
11 a.m., 91 Sidney St., Cambridge, facebook.com
This Cambridge cafe serving Japanese and Spanish tapas will show the game on both indoor and outdoor screens and providing paella and various menu items like seafood paella, Wagyu beef brisket sandwiches and croquetas. Wash down your meal with a $5 beer or glass of sangria.
11 a.m.-2 p.m., 310 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, gopagu.com