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Best Bars To Watch The Super Bowl in Los Angeles

February 4, 2016 5:53 AM

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(credit: Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)


Super Bowl 50 will take place this year on February 7th and promises to be full of plenty of action. While many fans of the big game will be throwing parties at home with friends and family, why not decide to watch who becomes the national champions of football at the plenty of excellent bars in LA? Check out the following spots where you can watch the big game in and around Los Angeles.

What are your favorite bars to watch football? Share in the comments below!
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(credit: Jessica E./Yelp)


The Parlor
7250 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 930-2100
www.theparlorca.com

The Parlor on Melrose is one of the best sports bars LA has to offer. So, there may not be a better place to spend Super Bowl Sunday than at this West Hollywood watering hole. With great energy, plenty of TV’s, tasty bar food, strong drinks and plenty of space, you can catch the action of the game either indoors or on their spacious patio.

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(Credit: Sonny McLeans)


Sonny McLean’s
2615 Wilshire Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90403
(310) 449-1811
www.sonnymcleans.com

Sonny McLean’s, Santa Monica’s first and favorite Irish Gastro Pub, is the #1 place to catch football games. House-made food specialties, including Shepherd’s Pies, Fish & Chips, and New England Ipswich Fried Clams, coupled with a bar full of Super Bowl fans will cement their claim to fame, “Who says your 3,000 miles away?” 40 beers and ciders are offered on tap for your enjoyment as well while you watch the game on one of their 23 flat screen TVs. Note that all seats for the big game are reserved in advance.

Related:Best Bars To Watch The NFL In Los Angeles

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(Credit: Backstage Bar & Grille)


Backstage Bar & Grille
10400 Culver Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 839-3892
www.backstageculvercity.com

Backstage Bar & Grille may be an official SoCal Seahawks meetup spot, but that doesn’t mean you can’t stop by to watch the teams playing this year. Backstage Bar & Grille, located in Culver City, offers massive big screen TVs along with exceptional sound and much more. You’ll also be able to grab some great cocktails, beers, and plenty of tasty food.

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(credit: goalsportscafe.com)


Goal
8334 W 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 655-5955
www.goalsportscafe.com

Smaller than some of the other places on here, Goal is known to be a dependable spot to watch NFL games whether it’s for the Super Bowl or for regular season NFL Games. And, while it is a smaller venue than others, the swanky and cool vibe along with plenty of TV’s and great drinks make it a great place to catch all the action.

Related: Best Sports Bars in LA.

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(Credit: Rush Street)


Rush Street
9546 W. Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 837-9546
www.rushstreetculvercity.com

Two bars and lounges, coupled with large displays of widescreen TVs and an extensive food and beverage list ensure that everyone has a good time at Rush Street in Culver city. $5 bottled beer specials are regularly offered as well, and the seating area is more plentiful than many other bars in the area.

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(Credit: King’s Row Gastropub)


King’s Row Gastropub
20 E. Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91105
(626) 793-3010
www.kingsrowpub.com

Fans of the Super Bowl can stay stop by and visit King’s Row Gastropub on Colorado Boulevard for the big game. This bar boasts 24 beers on tap, along with seven giant TVs for the big game. Expect King’s Row to feature food, drink, and beer specials and much more. Make sure to arrive early though! This bar opens at 8am, so you’ll be able to catch all the pregame action and snag a great seat.

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(Credit: Dave & Busters)


Dave & Busters
6081 Center Dr.
Westchester, CA 90045
(310) 846-9950
www.daveandbusters.com

The all-new sports bar area at Dave and Busters in Westchester gives everyone a great seat for the game. Stadium sound, massive TVs, an assortment of food and drink specials, and the hands-on-games to play during any downtime ensure that everyone has a good time, no matter what the score. Game day specials include $3.50 Bud Light on draft, 35 boneless buffalo wings for $19.99, and $5 apps including their Potato Skins, Cheesesticks, and Huddle O’Nachos.

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(Credit: Little Bar Lounge)


Little Bar
757 S. Labrea Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 937-9210
www.littlebarlounge.com

Mid-City’s Little Bar is a Boston-inspired pub where Pats fans like to gather and is the perfect spot to root them on for the Super Bowl. Parties here typically feature a halftime cookout, beer specials, and plenty of Irish music. Nearly 20 beers are offered on tap with a heavy focus on craft and artisan brews as well. The old-fashioned juke box and dart boards will keep you happy even if the team you’re rooting for begins to flounder.

What are your favorite bars to watch football? Share in the comments below!
Katie Bodell is the Blog Editor for Trekaroo, the largest family travel website in the U.S. She is also a freelance writer, a happy wife to her best friend, and a mom to three sweet California girls. See more on: Trekaroo | CheapOair | Google+ | Twitter.

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