By Brooklyn Reader

June 12, 2014, 11:42 am

 

2014brazil3Still undecided about where to post up for the World Cup playoffs, kicking off today? The Reader has compiled a list of some great places to settle for playoffs series in Central Brooklyn, including Fort Green/Clinton Hill, Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights. Pick one place most convenient for you, or do a rotation each day to feel out the vibes. But first thing’s first, the game schedule for this weekend:

THURSDAY, 06/12 WORLD CUP 2014 BEGINS

4:00pm  Brazil vs Croatia

9:00pm Spurs vs Heat

FRIDAY, 06/13

12:00pm Mexico vs Cameroon

3:00pm Spain vs Netherlands

6:00pm  Chile vs Australia

SATURDAY, 06/14

12:00pm Colombia vs Greece

3:00pm Uruguay vs Costa Rica

6:00pm England vs Italy

9:00pm Côte d’Ivoire vs Japan

Go here to see the full schedule.

 

WHAT: Vodou Bar—Opening game Thursday doors open at 2:00pmphoto (1)

photo WHERE: 449 Nostrand Avenue (Bedford-Stuyvesant)

WHAT ELSE: Live Brazilian percussion and dance! Happy Hour specials! Two floors, 6 screens. Don’t miss what will be the coolest scene in Bed-Stuy!  

 

WHAT: Bedford Hall

WHERE: 1177 Beford Avenue (Bedford-Stuyvesant)

WHAT ELSE: With Bed-Stuy authenticity literally dripping off the walls, this laid back restaurant is perfect for game-watching with couches a-plenty! Bedford Hall is a cross breed between new and old BedStuy. Take part in their laid-back, easy-going energy and enjoy the ambiance!Bedford Hall exterior      01.happyhour WHAT: Black Swan 

YN6U5582WHERE: 1048 Bedford Avenue (Bedford-Stuyvesant)

WHAT ELSE: This British-inspired pub is always jumping with the most diverse crowds. Also, they’re usually showing soccer matches on all of their t.v.s, even when it’s not World Cup time… so you can only imagine what the scene will be like in the coming days…

WHAT: Brooklyn Tap House

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