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World Cup Watch: Where to Eat Breakfast

Surely you’ll want bacon with that beer.

By Judy Naegeli June 10, 2010

Saturday. Summit Public House.

No one should watch World Cup on an empty stomach. Here, a list of establishments cooking up special meal deals, and when.

Café Presse
Friday, 6:30am: Watch the opening match between South Africa and Mexico, tipple $3 mimosas and other drinks, and order off the regular breakfast menu. Enter giveaways and a contest to win a reserved table for the final match.

Buckley’s in Belltown
Saturday, 9am: USA takes on England live. Bring a pal—the breakfast special is two-for-one, and it runs through August 23.

Fadó
Friday, 6:30am: A special Irish breakfast comes with Stella Artois, Harp, or Newcastle for $14.95. Later, there’s a sandwich-and-pint lunch special for $12.95; choose from the aforementioned beer list.
Saturday, 4:15 am-closing: All-day party kicks off (har har) with Greece v. Korea at 4:30am, then Argentina v. Nigeria at 7:00am, and England v. USA at 11:30am. Live music, same food specials as above, general Irish exuberance.

Elysian Tangletown
Friday & Saturday, 6:30 am: Watch the matches live over a continental breakfast.

George & Dragon
Friday, 7 am: G & D cooks up b-fast for the live opening match.
Saturday, 7am: Breakfast again for the Argentina v. Nigeria match, followed by live England v. USA match on screens inside and outside, where you’ll find beer gardens and sausage vendors in the parking lot. Get there early—400 people are expected to show up.

The Elite
Saturday, 10:30 am: No kitchen = no meals, but muffins and coffee will be on hand for the England v. USA match.

Summit Public House
Saturday: A pig roast starts at 10:30am, as does happy hour. That means $2 off pitchers, $3.50 pints, and $3.50 wells.

Ballard Loft
Every game day, 7 am: Nosh on eggs, bacon, and other breakfast staples while watching live matches and replays on 15 screens, two on the patio.

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