Bay Area hounds have plenty of tips to offer on where to watch World Cup matches in the company of nationalistic fans. Some places are only showing their country’s matches; others are screening ’em all. Recommendations include Underdogs, where the kitchen is helmed by Nick of Nick’s Crispy Tacos; Public House/Mijita Tacos des Jardin, the upscale pub at AT&T Park and its taco annex; the family-friendly Brennan’s; Saul’s Deli, with its house-made soda; and Ricky’s Sports Theatre & Grill for nice early-morning omelets and coffee. And here are a couple more recommendations from CHOW.com, including places beyond SF. The Taco Shop @ Underdogs [Sunset] 1824 Irving Street, San Francisco 415-566-8700 Public House [Embarcadero] 24 Willie Mays Plaza (in AT&T Park), San Francisco 415-644-0240 Mijita Tacos des Jardin [Embarcadero] 24 Willie Mays Plaza (in AT&T Park), San Francisco 415-644-0240 Brennan’s [East Bay] 700 University Avenue, Berkeley 510-841-0960 Saul’s Restaurant & Delicatessen [East Bay] 1475 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley 510-848-3354 Ricky’s Sports Theatre & Grill [East Bay] 15028 Hesperian Boulevard, San Leandro 510-352-0200 Discuss: World Cup 2010 Watching and Eating Venues?

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