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Where to Watch the 2018 World Cup in the Hudson Valley

FIFA Fans, We've Got You Covered 21 Ways from Sunday


Last Updated: 12/06/2018 10:00 am
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Dutch Ale House

The newly renovated bar and restaurant has the World Cup “running 24/7!” (There’s only three games a day, but given the enthusiasm, we’ll let it slide.) According to new owner Dallas Gilpin, “Crowds have been generally good, but it seems to depend which game is on.”


Antonio’s Pizzeria

This laid-back Rosendale joint serves a great slice of proper New York-style pizza. When asked if they are showing the World Cup owner answered, “Of course, we’re watching all of them.” Duh.


Underground Coffee & Ales

This Highland joint has you covered all day long. They sell coffee and beer and a good selection of well-executed pub food in a chill environment. When we called on a Thursday morning, the bartender admitted, “I have it on right now, because I am super invested in whether France wins. It kind of depends on who is behind the bar, but if you ask they should be able to put it on.” So order a pint, and ask away.


Charlie O’s

Though there was a distinct lack of enthusiasm over the phone, the manager at this sports bar confirmed that “if the games are on regular channels we can show them.” So not our first choice, but a good back pocket option.


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