world cup

The World Cup is upon us! In the next month 32 different countries will vie to be the soccer champion of the world. Here’s a few things to know.

Joe Shriner

Our local World Cup coverage continues with a trip to Churra's Brazilian Grill, a restaurant and grocery in Kenner. In addition to offering authentic Brazilian cuisine, Churra's is presenting all 2014 World Cup games on three screens, giving the community a place to cheer on their favorites in the tournament.

Jesse Hardman / WWNO

Our local World Cup coverage continues with a visit to Casa Honduras, an authentic spot that serves up the best of Honduran cuisine.

I watched the Honduras vs. Ecuador game with proprietor José Alvarado, who opened his restaurant right off of Hwy. 10 and Crowder Blvd. in New Orleans East about a year ago after moving from Los Angeles. 

Jesse Hardman

The second audio postcard from our local World Cup 2014 coverage comes from the Warehouse District's Río Mar restaurant, via Argentina.

Casa Argentina is a New Orleans based organization that brings people together to celebrate all things Argentina. 

Kate Richardson

As part of our local World Cup coverage, we'll be sharing periodic audio postcards from events around the city. Postcard #1 comes by way of the local Holland consulate, who we joined Friday to watch their beloved Oranje.