Fans of the 98 cup champs can fly the tricolour at Le Saint Tropez (315 King West, at Widmer, 416-591-3600), where the chic second-floor Zazou Lounge will be showing the game on its large-screen TV. Goal-happy gourmets can recline on chaise longues next to three fireplaces while nibbling on hors d'oeuvres and sipping champagne.
The Korean national team made it into the quarter-finals in 02, and their loyal hometown fans have been celebrating ever since. Downtown's trendy Ho Su (254 Queen West, at John, 416-848-9456) will have two sets tuned to the match in its large back room.
Up in soccer-crazy Korea Town, both Se Jong (658 Bloor West, at Manning, 416-535-5918) and Il Bun Ji (668 Bloor West, at Manning, 416-534-7223) open their private upstairs party rooms to the public and offer an abbreviated Seoul-food menu.
A block west, Korean-owned Clinton's (693 Bloor West, at Clinton, 416-535-9541) serves its budget all-day brunch in its log-cabin-like dining room, where the meet will be projected on a wall-sized TV screen. Bonus: the jumbotron in the front room of Tasty Restaurant (692 Bloor West, at Clinton, 416-537-7553) across the street is so large, the gang watching the game in Clinton's bar gets to see both!