Even though Los Angeles isn’t home to an NFL team, that doesn’t mean the city’s legion of football fans aren’t interested in the game. With games now starting on Thursday afternoons extending to Monday night, […]
There comes a magic moment when, in mixed company and out on the town, inhibitions will drop so severely that you just want to sing.
Whether you’re a big boxing fan or not, the fight of the decade (and possibly the past half century or more) is here and you won’t want to miss it.
March Madness – the Christmas, New Year’s, and Mardi Gras for college basketball fans – will soon be upon us. You can watch it on CBS starting March 19 or you can go to one of these places in Los Angeles and be surrounded by sports fans.
Discover tasty food, plenty of beer and tons of team spirit at the best bars to watch basketball in Los Angeles.
The scene in Los Angeles for dating is lively.
Los Angeles is home to diehard NFL fans from across the United States. Here is a list of all the teams and the LA eateries that cater to their transplanted followers.
Taking into consideration the atmosphere, the menu, the TVs (of course) and the overall vibe, these sports bars are where you want to be for your favorite pastime.
Cool off on hot Los Angeles days and step inside one of many sports bars for libations and big screen TVs to watch the U.S. Open.
If you’re new to town, here are some of the best sports-dedicated pubs in L.A. where ice hockey loyalists get their kicks.
Sports bars are great for hot wings, draft beer and watching the game with fans. But they are awesome for their high-def, giant television screens.
For a blast from the past, visit one of LA’s few authentic arcade bars featuring some of the best vintage arcade games in town.
Of LA’s many offerings, here are a few alluring bars that pose promising settings for arranging what could result in a perfect blind date.
At least a dozen former Olympians plan to gather in Westwood Friday night to watch the opening ceremony of the Olympics.