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The Best Bars to Watch Soccer at in Vegas

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With Euro 2016 set to kick off later this week, tourists with an affinity for soccer who are visiting Las Vegas will obviously not want to miss out on any of the action when in town. Believe it or not, Sin City has plenty of viewing options when it comes to seeing soccer matches. Some of the most popular bars are even within a short walking distance of Vegas sportsbooks, where you can easily throw down a wager before settling down to enjoy a pint of Guinness or Smithwick’s and watch your favorite team play.

The following are the three most recommended soccer bars to visit while in Vegas:

Crown & Anchor British Pub

Now with two locations, the Crown & Anchor is the premier home away from home for European soccer matches. The Crown & Anchor bills itself as “Las Vegas’ home for soccer” and with good reason, offering one of the biggest and best selections of draught beers from across the pond along with authentic British food such as fish and chips and Yorkshire pudding. The original location is a short drive from the airport and around the corner from UNLV on Tropicana Boulevard.

Rí Rá

This Irish pub is located between the Mandalay Bay and Luxor casinos in a retail area called Mandalay Place and will have you wondering if you are really in the right country upon entering. The bar at Rí Rá was actually restored in Ireland and then shipped to Nevada, making you feel like you are in the heart of Dublin or Belfast. Also featuring live entertainment and some of the best happy hour specials, Rí Rá is definitely worth stopping by if you’re on the south end of the Vegas Strip.

Hofbräuhaus

The German-themed beer hall and restaurant has one of the biggest viewing areas for soccer during major tournaments such as the World Cup, bringing in both tourists and locals alike. Located directly across the street from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Paradise Road, it is an exact replica of the original Hofbräuhaus in Munich, and you can get a free beer just by signing up for their email newsletter. Ideal for large groups, you can sample Bavarian sausages and other food specials in addition to some of the finest beer brewed from original recipes more than 400 years old.

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