Yep, The Bowery. If Euros are paying $500+ a night to sleep here, then they damn well want their FIFA World Cup too. That's why you'll find the games shown live on a TV at Gemma, the hotel's restaurant. Gemma is known for having an excellent brunch over which it's possible to linger for hours, quickly building up an impressive Bloody Mary tab, and soccer is a great excuse to do so this weekend.
Muse Hotel Times Square
If not you're not feeling the downtown scene and perhaps you'd rather not splurge, then Nios, the Muse's restaurants, is absolutely perfect. Plus if you're a tourist in NYC, you'll feel comfortable here surrounded by Times Square. Nios is showing the games along with offering a special international menu that includes these plates, according to Zagat:
Kobe beef sliders with a Negra Modelo beer ($15), chorizo pizza with Harpoon beer ($15), fish íní chips with Kronenbourg beer ($12), carbonara poutine with Brahma beer ($14) and plantain chips with Peroni beer ($9). And, as a tribute to the host nation, you can order homemade ostrich biltong jerky with South African Castle beer for $12