Is your house a code cutter? Prematurely ditched your cable TV provider? Do you feel lonely watching the World Cup games by yourself? Not to worry, the San Francisco City Football Club and Standard Deviant Brewing are here to make sure all World Cup fans are well taken care of, providing good beer, great company, and nice flat screen TVs.
What was once an auto-body shop, Standard Deviant Brewing owners Paul Duatschek, Dave Assam and Mark DeVito have transformed the warehouse-like space into the perfect chill zone–complete with arcade games, an indoor picnic area and a sexy redwood bar.
So start your Sunday right–with a hot cup of coffee, fresh bagels and some (or a lot of) beer. Fill out your Russia 2018 World Cup prediction charts and cheer on the Samurai Blue with fellow soccer enthusiasts. Checking out the brewery’s awesome selection of board games and pinball machines is also an option.
This event is free and open to soccer fans of all ages. SF City Football Club will also be onsite offering discount tickets to their match.
I know, I know, it is a bit early for Sunday morning, but the World Cup comes but once every four years. You don’t want to miss it!