Where to watch the World Cup? Try the Wine Garden Cafe in Queens

Salud! "Pepe" the former owner of "Mezon Asturias" in Jackson Heights wants Spain to become champion again. If not them, then the U.S.

Salud! "Pepe" the former owner of "Mezon Asturias" in Jackson Heights wants Spain to become champion again. If not them, then the U.S.

JACKSON HEIGHTS, Queens (PIX11)-- Soccer fans at one of the most diverse zip codes in the world will have plenty of great venues to watch the World Cup.

Wine Garden Cafe, known for its Spanish/Basque food style and Tapas bar, is one place you can try, in Jackson Heights, Queens. They’ll have drinks, meal combos and show all the games.

Some customers at the cafe are already filing in their predictions for the Cup.

Jose “Pepe” Aguera, a retired restaurant owner of 32 years, puts his faith on his home country and current World Cup champion, Spain.

“I want them to win but I know it’s difficult,” he said while sipping on his beer. “Play good and have a little bit of luck and we can win this year.”

Orlando from Argentina, who works in construction, was chowing down a delicious steak on Wednesday afternoon.

“Argentina will end up first or second,” he said without hesitation. “If not us then Uruguay.”

Orlando hails from Argentina. He believes his national team will undoubtedly win or at least be second in the World Cup in Brazil.

Orlando hails from Argentina. He believes his national team will undoubtedly win or at least be second in the World Cup in Brazil.

He also said Real Madrid star Gonzalo Higuain and Barcelona stud Leo Messi will each score three goals throughout the duration of the World Cup.

Mr. King used to write for ABC News in Washington D.C. He thinks the U.S. team has ways to go before they can make some real noise in the World Cup.

Mr. King used to write for ABC News in Washington D.C. He thinks the U.S. team has ways to go before they can make some real noise in the World Cup.

Retiree William King, who used to be involved in commercial and real estate fields, has his clouds of doubt over the U.S. team.

“I think we have a long way to with world leaders [in soccer],” he said.

86-09 Northern Blvd

Jackson Heights, NY 11372 

(718) 478-3660

http://www.winegardencafebar.com/ 

 

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