The knockout phase of the 2014 FIFA World Cup is upon us and all eyes are on Brazil. Habitual football powers like England, Italy and Portugal are out - not to mention Spain, the most dominant side in recent history.
For non-partisan fans, the brilliance of Lionel Messi, Arjen Robben and Neymar will provide sudden death thrills. And there are plenty of underdogs to cheer for too, from a Luis Suárez-less Uruguay to upstarts Chile and Costa Rica.
Walk the streets of Montreal and car horns practically telegraph the outcome of every match. A ton of bars, cafés and restaurants get in on the World Cup act but these 16 spots emerge as stellar hubs in the round of 16.