Where is the best place to see the FIFA World Cup? Brazil, of course. Where is the best affordable place to see the FIFA World Cup? The Walkabout Bar, of course.
If you can't make the long journey all the way to the Stadium in Sao Paulo, try the short trip to Temple Place. Here you will find the Walkabout, an Australian pub with more HD TVs than any other bar on the high street. Eighteen to be exact; not to mention fifteen foot state-of-the-art giant projection screens.
To guarantee the best seats in the house, you can make a free booking for the 12th July. This will not only ensure the perfect viewing spot, but also let you get pre-order drinks wristbands. Just wave them at the door and you can immediately get your drink. Walkabout has also introduced mobile ordering, meaning you can order a drink from your phone, and it will be brought right to you. No need to get out of your seat. No need to miss any of the action.
With crystal clear commentary, face-painting to show your team pride, and a chance to have your photo taken with the venue's very own World Cup and flag, you'll experience the atmosphere of the live event without physically having to be there.
Walkabout has a hearty selection of Australian grub, including the Roo Burger and Sydney Classic, vegemite potato skins, and a chocolate lamington. You can also try out their finest beers, such as Victoria Bitter, James Boags Premium, Coopers Pale Ale, and Little Creatures. Or perhaps if you want a taste of the host country, you should go for a Brazilian cocktail.
Kick it off at 9pm, but even after the match, there will be a post-party with DJs playing into the early hours.