| Where to Watch the World Cup |
Friday, May 31, 2002
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The following establishments will continue to take advantage of the Asian time difference and show games in the wee hours of the morning. Many bars are showing the 7:25 a.m. matches live. See a television schedule, and check out -- any time -- washingtonpost.com's complete coverage of the World Cup.
| || The performances of the United States team, including Landon Donovan (top) and Brad Friedel, have been one of the biggest shocks of the World Cup. (Photo by Vincent Yu/AP) |
District of Columbia
Lucky Bar -- Opening at 7 a.m. on game days. Will show all 7:25 games live, others on tape delay. View the bar's broadcast schedule on its Web site.
Capitol Lounge -- Opening at 7 a.m. on most game days. Will show 7:25 games live, others on tape delay. View the bar's broadcast schedule on its Web site.
The Diner -- Will show all games live, some on tape delay. Open 24 hours.
Engle's Diner -- Will show most games live. Open 24 hours every day except Wednesday.
Fado -- Will show Ireland matches against Germany (June 5) and Saudi Arabia (June 11) live, and all other matches on tape delay at 11:30 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Stetson's -- Will show all 7:30 matches live.
Flanagan's Irish Pub -- No live matches, but will show every game on tape delay. View the bar's broadcast schedule on its Web site.
Roger Miller Restaurant -- Named after Cameroon's hero of the 1990 World Cup, the restaurant will show all matches, focusing on those involving African nations. Call for a schedule of live games.
El Patio -- Will show all Argentinean games live.
Summers -- Will show all games live; Summers will be open 24 hours from May 31 through June 30.
Ned Devine's -- Will show most Irish, English and U.S. matches live, others on tape delay. Call for more information and a schedule.
Clarendon Ballroom -- Opening at 7 a.m. Will show 7:25 games live, others on tape delay.
Espresso -- Opening at 7:15 a.m. Will show 7:25 games live, and Portugal matches on tape delay.