Some of the more intriguing games of the FIFA 2018 World Cup are being held in the city of Yekaterinburg, where Mexico, Japan, France, Senegal, Uruguay, Peru, Egypt, and Sweden will prove their worth in the largest football tournament of the year.
3 p.m. Group A. Egypt - Uruguay
6 p.m. Group C. France - Peru
6 p.m. Group N. Japan - Senegal
5 p.m. Group F. Mexico - Sweden
Naturally, such a diverse roster of teams from different countries attracts many visitors interested in football. Therefore, rest and recreation are regularly in order while the games are on. That's why this list of the best sports bars may prove helpful.
For example, fans of the Mexican team might enjoy Ben Hall, a bar and a restaurant with access to multiple screens of different sizes to watch the game of your choice, so tuning in to the live match of the World Cup should not be a problem. A great selection of alcohol and different types of meat make this place the perfect choice for a group of friends willing to try new things while enjoying the sport. The large hall makes it easier to view the game from the most comfortable position.
If you are in the mood for old-school football, the way that the most dedicated Germans fans celebrate it, try RatsKeller. This place boasts German cuisine and offers a plethora of pork, ham, sausage, steaks and other meals along with a selection of beers. It's not only good for enjoying an evening after a game, local and international matches are shown live on the huge screen, which makes RatsKeller a football fan's natural haven in the city.
Those who support the team from Japan will surely enjoy Pit Stop, a stylish bar created specifically for those who want to enjoy a game sitting on a soft couch holding a cold glass of beer in front of a large screen. Sushi rolls, seafood, pizza, and pasta make the experience diverse enough to enjoy the comfort and the attention all clients get from the staff. Pit Stop is the perfect choice for a calm and casual evening.
Those in the mood for something a little more inclusive, but still football-oriented during the World Cup, should try Metropoliya, the bar with modern audio equipment, four smaller plasma screens and one large screen receiving HD satellite signal. Any visitor can enjoy a sports event there from one of the several available sofa areas. Their selection of drinks is impressive, as is the choice of meat, poultry, and pastries. Overall, this is probably the most mainstream bar on the list.
French fans will most likely feel welcome at F1, a bright beautifully decorated sports bar in the local bowling alley dedicated to showing both major and minor games. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing, but there is also a number of food options to go with their selection of drinks, namely, wines and cocktails. Classic Russian and European cuisines is represented in the menu, and the cozy atmosphere lets anyone relax after their team's big day or watch it live.
There are many more sports bars for fans from around the world and casually interested persons who want to enjoy and celebrate this year's World Cup. They are always waiting, ready to welcome those who wish to experience the friendliness and the passion of the city and its people.