Score big at Dog Haus during the World Cup | To eat

Pasadena-based Dog Haus wants its fans to score with World Cup soccer players over the next few weeks.

Until the final whistle on December 18, each Dog Haus Biergarten will offer World Cup action on its many TVs and plenty of food and beer specials.

For morning games, Dog Haus will serve its nine breakfast burritos. Pair one with a mimosa, beer, or Michelada for $14.99.

As the games go by, the beers will flow because for every goal a pint of draft beer will be discounted by $1 for the duration of a game at Dog Haus, because when “they score, you score”.

“With so many talented players on such a global stage, the World Cup is the greatest spectacle sports has to offer,” said André Vener, founding partner of Dog Haus. “There’s something special about cheering on your favorite country while enjoying great food, local craft beer and shouting at the TV with hundreds of fans. Our Biergarten sites will provide that and more.

Dog Haus is known for its gourmet hot dogs, sausages, burgers, fried and plant-based chicken offerings, creative full bar program, and The Absolute Brands (virtual concepts).

Founded by longtime friends Hagop Giragossian, Quasim Riaz and Vener, the first Dog Haus opened in Pasadena in 2010.