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In South Florida, Nothing Goes Better Than A World Cup With Food Trucks and Craft Beer

soccer food trucks craft beer In South Florida, Nothing Goes Better Than A World Cup With Food Trucks and Craft Beer

In South Florida this summer, three worlds collide as World Cup soccer combines with food trucks and craft beers for a unique viewing experience.

The World Cup is an incredible experience. But seeing the games at a bar or pub with friends, colleagues or strangers is even better than watching it at home on a HD TV. The World Cup only comes around every four years, and being able to share your passion with like-minded soccer fans in public is a memorable way to watch the Beautiful Game.

In South Florida, they’re going even one better by combining food trucks with craft beer at World Cup viewing parties, to offer you the finest in mobile cuisine as well as tasty, delicious craft beers.

World Soccer Talk has teamed up with Funky Buddha Brewery, the leading craft beer brewer in South Florida, as well as Best French Fries, one of the most popular food trucks in the southeastern United States, to offer soccer fans a unique viewing experience.

The World Cup Viewing Party schedule is as follows:

Friday, June 13

Chile vs Australia — JJ Muggs Stadium Grill, Jupiter (1203 Town Center Dr).

Monday, June 16

Germany vs Portugal, Noon
Iran vs Nigeria, 3pm
Ghana vs USA, 6pm

— Funky Buddha Brewery, Oakland Park (1201 NE 38th St).

Thursday, June 19

Colombia vs Ivory Coast, Noon
Uruguay vs England, 3pm
Japan vs Greece, 6pm

— Funky Buddha Brewery, Oakland Park (1201 NE 38th St).

Sunday, June 22

Belgium vs Russia, Noon
South Korea vs Algeria, 3pm
USA vs Portugal, 6pm

— Funky Buddha Brewery, Oakland Park (1201 NE 38th St).

Tuesday, June 24

Costa Rica vs England, Noon
Italy vs Uruguay, Noon
Japan vs Colombia, 4pm
Greece vs Ivory Coast, 4pm

— Funky Buddha Brewery, Oakland Park (1201 NE 38th St).

Thursday, June 26

Portugal vs Ghana, Noon
USA vs Germany, Noon
South Korea vs Belgium, 4pm
Algeria vs Russia, 4pm

— Funky Buddha Brewery, Oakland Park (1201 NE 38th St).

Sunday, June 29

Round of 16 — 1B vs 2A
Round of 16 — 1D vs 2C

— Funky Buddha Brewery, Oakland Park (1201 NE 38th St).

There’s no cover charge for any of the World Cup viewing parties. And there are plenty of giant flat-screen TVs to watch the matches as well as free parking.

funky buddha In South Florida, Nothing Goes Better Than A World Cup With Food Trucks and Craft Beer

Funky Buddha Brewery is a state-of-the-art brewery facility in downtown Oakland Park, and features an enormous tap room with a modern look, flat-screen TVs behind the bar displaying the roster of home-brewed beers currently on tap, and high-top table seating to accommodate hundreds of guests. Peer behind the large glass windows separating the tap room from the brewing warehouse to get a glimpse of where all that delicious beer comes from before it reaches your taste buds. Funky Buddha offers a wide, rotating selection of craft beers, from the crisp Passionfruit Berliner Weiss to the darker No Crusts PB&J Ale and more.

Best French Fries is a food truck serving all-natural, fresh hand-cut fries in a cone, served with a choice of 20+ original dipping sauces. Their fries are never frozen, and they always use the freshest ingredients. They use only the best quality Idaho potatoes, which are hand-washed, hand-cut and sliced. They cook our potatoes in 100% corn oil until the fries are crispy and golden brown. They’re served in their patented fry cone along with your choice of 2 dipping sauces.

 In South Florida, Nothing Goes Better Than A World Cup With Food Trucks and Craft Beer

At each of the World Cup games mentioned above, there’ll be a Panini World Cup soccer sticker trading table too so you can bring your doubles to swap for the stickers you’re needing to complete your collection. Plus there’ll be soccer-related giveaways too.

Funky Buddha is an ideal place to watch soccer games during your lunch break, or to spend the afternoon and evening drinking the finest in craft beer, eating french fries (and chicken and hot dogs) while watching the best that the World Cup has to offer.

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About Christopher Harris

Founder and publisher of World Soccer Talk, Christopher Harris is the managing editor of the site. He has been interviewed by The New York Times, The Guardian and several other publications. Plus he has made appearances on NPR, BBC World, CBC, BBC Five Live, talkSPORT and beIN SPORT. Harris, who has lived in Florida since 1984, has supported Swansea City since 1979. He's also an expert on soccer in South Florida, and got engaged during half-time of a MLS game. Harris launched EPL Talk in 2005, which was rebranded as World Soccer Talk in 2013.
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