Cocktails & Spirits

World Cup 2014: Guide to Eating and Drinking by Country in Miami

Imagine this: You're ready to cheer on Spain in the 2014 World Cup, proudly defending your 2010 title, drinking some tasty sangria, and you're surrounded by Brazil fans. Or worse, clutching your chest, living and breathing for Germany -- and getting drowned out by USA diehards. Or, perhaps the worst of all, fearing for your life, lost in a sea of blue and white, a lone Englander among Argentines.

To help you savor all 64 games from June 12 to July 13, we've put together a list of the top spots by country for you to wine, dine, and revel in the magic. Games are scheduled for noon, 3, 4, 6, and 9 p.m.

See also: Where to Eat and Drink in Miami for the NBA Finals

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