GOAL!!!! 2010 FIFA World Cup Guide

Posted by Maryanne Salvat On June - 15 - 2010

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Vinyl & Kai, Miami Beach’s newest upscale dive bar, is opening its doors to host

the 2010 FIFA World Cup.  Taking advantage of its casual vibe and captivating interior, Vinyl & Kai intends on magnifying the experience of watching a soccer match and becoming Miami Beach’s headquarters for the World Cup. There will be four massive high definition projection screens to ensure that everyone has a front row stadium view, and two high definition televisions giving different angles of the game. Vinyl & Kai also has traditional game day food and beverages with specials.  Open for every game for the entirety of the World Cup series, through July 11, Vinyl & Kai will also be offering complimentary samplings and a variety of specials on specific game days.

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Lucky Strike wants guests to score big during this year’s FIFA World Cup morning matches.   For $8 per person, Lucky Strike will offer an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, a special only available during “soccer season.” 

Fill up on breakfast comfort-food favorites like scrambled eggs, French Toast, Applewood Smoked Bacon, Home Fries, Croissants and Fresh Fruit.  With the bar opening at 8 a.m. wash it down with more than just coffee and orange juice, Bloody Mary specials will be available for $5. 

An all-access pass to sporting, Lucky Strike boasts one of the best state-of-the-art audio systems in South Florida.  This year, watch the game as if you were on the sidelines.

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 Soccer fanatics with an appetite for gaming can end their search for the perfect place to watch the 2010 FIFA World Cup matches.  Now through July 11th, SUSHISAMBA dromo will score big with all soccer matches projected onto the big screen, servers donned in their favorite team jerseys, and specialty food and cocktails inspired by the flavors of Japan, Brazil and Peru.

 World Cup specials thoughtfully prepared by Chef De Cuisine, Juliana Gonzalez, include seven assortment selections, anticuchos and a World Cup roll with dishes starting at $6.  The World Cup specials will be available for morning matches, in lieu of the regular a la carte menu.  Drink specials will be offered as well. To further support the culinary roots of SUSHISAMBA, soccer enthusiasts are encouraged to samba on over for the Brazilian games one June 15th, 20th and 25th and enjoy live performances by dancers and drummers. Stay tuned for final fun with a charity kick-a-thon slated to take place on July 10th.  The kick-a-thon will raise money for the Minority Soccer Development.

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