Finally, a food-centric event that combines the (mostly) friendly jingoism of World Cup spectatorship with the patriotic party atmosphere of Independence Day: This Friday, Adesso (4395 Piedmont Avenue, Oakland) will host an all-day Fourth of July celebration and World Cup viewing party that manager Chad Downs calls an “Italian-American takeover” of the Italian-Italian salumeria. For the 9 a.m. game, soccer fanatics can feast on semolina pancakes with blueberries and house-made sausage, egg, and cornetto sandwiches. During the 1 p.m. game, the restaurant will serve “Sloppy Giuseppes,” pulled-pork pizzas, and peach cobbler. All of the food will be sold a la carte, and $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon beer will flow freely all day long — just the thing to put you in high spirits before you head off to your fireworks-viewing spot of choice. What could be more American than that?