With the ouster of star teams Argentina, Portugal and Spain in the tournament, the FIFA World Cup 2018 just got edge-of-the-seat dramatic. It’s being called the year of the ‘underdog’ at FIFA, and there’s no better way to catch all the action than on the big screen. Tune into all the excitement of the upcoming quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals at these places that promise to take your FIFA viewing experience a notch up with unbeatable deals!
The gastro-pub is offering beer buckets along with complimentary pizzas starting at Rs 1,149. Not a fan of beer? No problem! For every Long Island Iced Tea that you guzzle, they’ll give you a second for half the price. Accompany your drinks with unlimited nachos or popcorn at Rs 399 during the match screenings. If that’s not all, for every penalty you can get a starter for Rs 199.
Where: Andheri and Worli, Mumbai
Publiq, Bar & Kitchen
Not only are they screening the tournament live but they have also planned some exciting football-themed games to keep up the enthusiasm even between matches. Make some new friends at their arena for supporters of the same teams. Their special FIFA offers and discounts are called #FIFAWCBucketProject and include deals such as a bucket of five Goa King's at Rs 999, Bira White or Heineken at Rs 1,199, and Corona or Hoegaarden at Rs 1,699. If beer's not your poison, there are offers on other spirits too. Grab five small pegs of Smirnoff at Rs 799, 100 Pipers or Teachers Highland at Rs 849, and Jim Beam or Absolut at Rs 999. A World Cup season pass for Rs 500 will fetch you these deals for Rs 100 less during each visit.
Where: Green Park, New Delhi
Vortex Bandra is upping the entertainment with a 1,000-foot 3D projection mapping screen. That's not all. There are beer buckets at Rs 396 and a sheesha combo at Rs 1,500. Their FIFA special combos are priced at Rs 999 (three pints of Kingfisher with a mocktail, french fries, and a chicken or paneer chilly), Rs 1,200 (three pints of Kingfisher Ultra with nachos and chicken or paneer tikka), Rs 1,500 (one vegetarian or non-vegetarian starter with one sheesha and a Red Bull) and Rs 3,000 (a bottle of Smirnoff or Blender's Pride with fries and a vegetarian pizza). The offers are valid from Sunday to Thursday so check the match schedule before you head there!
Where: Linking Road, Bandra, Mumbai
Autumn Bar & Bistro
The contemporary dining room has lined up some fun football situations for drinking games. Yellow Card? Shot! Penalty? Shot! A player fakes getting hurt? That's happening an awful lot this year so you're going to be buzzing way before half-time. Players break into a fight? Yes, time for a shot! You can get yourself four shots of vodka or tequila for Rs 1,000. And for every beer, sangria or long island iced tea pitcher, you get the second at half the price!
Where: Andheri West, Mumbai
The folks at Social know that a match is incomplete without munchies and have special finger foods like Awesamosas, challenging death wings, Tikka Tacos and Fully Loaded Nachos lined up for the FIFA screenings. Pair the snacks with buckets of Budweiser beer—four for Rs 800, six for Rs 1,200, eight for Rs 1,600 and 12 for Rs 2,400. The prices may vary depending on the city you find yourself in.
Where: All Social outlets across India (except Chandigarh)
The Tipsy Elephant
They have some interesting jumbo vodka-based cocktails at Rs 399 lined up for football fans. Some of these include ‘Don't Messi With Me’, a Jamaican vanilla cocktail, ‘Vodka Neymar Dala’, a kiwi and orange flavoured cocktail and ‘Just Ronaldo It’, a watermelon cucumber lemonade cocktail. Don't forget to wear your favourite team's jersey to bag an extra discount on these jumbo cocktails!
Where: Connaught Place, New Delhi
Amanzi Sky Deck & Bar
To keep the beer flowing throughout the match, Amanzi Sky Deck & Bar is offering buckets at Rs 1,999 that come along with a starter. For two pegs of IMFL whiskey, vodka or rum, you get the third free. For imported brands of whiskey, vodka, rum or gin, every two pegs get you the third for free. Some of the food on the menu has been inspired by the FIFA teams like chicken salami and cheese croissant melt for supporters of France, and Brazilian vegetable stew with bell pepper rice and refried beans.
Where: Hill Road, Bandra, Mumbai
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