Where were you when the USA defeated Algeria in the 2010 World Cup? If you’re even a casual soccer fan, chances are you remember it vividly. We’ve all seen "bar reaction" videos for seminal moments in sports, and it is moments like these that can turn a crowd of strangers into family. This year, the U.S. Men’s National Team is faced with the challenge of making it out of the daunting Group of Death. While no one can predict the final result, one thing is certain: When that special play that unifies a nation comes along, you’ll want to be watching with a few hundred of your closest friends at one of the top soccer bars in the country. From Texas to New York, here are the Best Bars to Watch the World Cup. (All of them are Official U.S. Soccer Bars, so be prepared to cheer for the Red, White, and Blue.)

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