PHOTOS Bars, restaurants in New York attract more business during 2018 FIFA World Cup

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Bars, restaurants in New York attract more business during 2018 FIFA World Cup

Xinhua

15:31, June 16, 2018

People watch live broadcast of World Cup match at a restaurant in lower Manhattan of New York, the United States, June 14, 2018. As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Russia on Thursday, some bars and restaurants in New York seized the opportunity to bring more business by providing live broadcast of matches and prolonging their business hours during the daytime. (Xinhua/Wang Ying)


 

A man watches live broadcast of World Cup match outside a Soccer-themed bar in lower Manhattan of New York, the United States, June 14, 2018. As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Russia on Thursday, some bars and restaurants in New York seized the opportunity to bring more business by providing live broadcast of matches and prolonging their business hours during the daytime. (Xinhua/Wang Ying)


 

Soccer-themed decorations are seen at a bar in lower Manhattan of New York, the United States, June 14, 2018. As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Russia on Thursday, some bars and restaurants in New York seized the opportunity to bring more business by providing live broadcast of matches and prolonging their business hours during the daytime. (Xinhua/Wang Ying)


 

People watch live broadcast of World Cup match at a Soccer-themed bar in lower Manhattan of New York, the United States, June 14, 2018. As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Russia on Thursday, some bars and restaurants in New York seized the opportunity to bring more business by providing live broadcast of matches and prolonging their business hours during the daytime. (Xinhua/Wang Ying)


 

People watch live broadcast of World Cup match at a bar in lower Manhattan of New York, the United States, June 14, 2018. As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Russia on Thursday, some bars and restaurants in New York seized the opportunity to bring more business by providing live broadcast of matches and prolonging their business hours during the daytime. (Xinhua/Wang Ying)


 

A waiter prepares food for soccer fans at a bar in lower Manhattan of New York, the United States, June 14, 2018. As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Russia on Thursday, some bars and restaurants in New York seized the opportunity to bring more business by providing live broadcast of matches and prolonging their business hours during the daytime. (Xinhua/Wang Ying)


 

People watch live broadcast of World Cup match at a Soccer-themed bar in lower Manhattan of New York, the United States, June 14, 2018. As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Russia on Thursday, some bars and restaurants in New York seized the opportunity to bring more business by providing live broadcast of matches and prolonging their business hours during the daytime. (Xinhua/Wang Ying)


 

People watch live broadcast of World Cup match at a Soccer-themed bar in lower Manhattan of New York, the United States, June 14, 2018. As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Russia on Thursday, some bars and restaurants in New York seized the opportunity to bring more business by providing live broadcast of matches and prolonging their business hours during the daytime. (Xinhua/Wang Ying)


 

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