Nov 19, 2013; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Brazil forward Neymar (10) battles for a ball with Chile midfielder Gary Medel (17) during the second half in a friendly soccer match at Rogers Centre. Brazil won 2-1.Mandatory Credit: Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports

World Cup guide released on Pinterest

As you make plans to watch the World Cup either at home or out on the town, you’ll want to stay informed. Not every bar or restaurant covers the World Cup the same. A shrewd owner knows that there are plenty of fans who will come out, especially when Team USA hits the field, and support their national team.

That’s why Pinterest has developed a guide to watching the World Cup in your city.

The premise is simple. Follow the link (and if you’re on Pinterest, obviously follow the Board) and use the provided map to zoom in on your city to see what bars are actively promoting World Cup broadcasts and planning deals for USA’s World Cup games.

If you’re a fan of players, you can also follow them on Pinterest to see what pictures they’re taking throughout their time in Brazil. The more the app can get out there, the more restaurants can get on board, which will ultimately be a boon to those who want to find the best place in their city to watch the World Cup.

It’s important to know which restaurants and bars really promote their involvement with the World Cup not only because you want a good environment in which to watch the game, but because those places typically offer better deals on drinks and food. Let’s be honest, it’s a lot easier to handle USA soccer disappointment with two dollars beers than it is with more expensive fare.

So next time you’re looking up sweet food dishes on Pinterest, stop by the World Cup guide and plan to take a night off from cooking to support the boys in red, white, and blue at the local pub.

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