The Los Angeles Rams are headed to Atlanta to face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, February 3. Here are some quality places where the L.A. locals can celebrate. Patriots fans, you’re on your own. Be sure to also check out our earlier top choices for 6 great sports bars in L.A. for watching football. All events are free to attend unless otherwise noted.
The Abbey Food & Bar
Believe it or not, WeHo’s fabled The Abbey is a great place to enjoy the Super Bowl. Viewers at the gay bar are used to watching men hit on each other, and there’s hardly any room to get a good seat to watch the halftime show. Catch the game on the larger-than-life LED wall inside the main room or on the TVs throughout the venue.
692 N. Robertson Blvd.
Baldoria Bar + Kitchen
Baldoria will host a Super Bowl bingo extravaganza with drink and pizza prizes for customers to win. As an added bonus, they will offer $2 shots every time either team scores a field goal, touchdown, or safety.
243 San Pedro Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
As an ode to its new happy hour menu, Baltaire will offer game Day bites, steaks and burgers, $5 beer specials, and $10 cocktails. The game will be shown in the lounge on big screen TVs, and prizes will be given at the door.
11647 San Vicente Blvd.
Barrel & Ashes
Studio City’s BBQ hotspot is hosting a Super Bowl viewing party in their upstairs bar. Root for your favorite team while enjoying BBQ and beer specials. The $78 entry ticket includes draft beer and a buffet featuring a pig roast, Fritos pie bar, brisket, wings, mac and cheese and more. Additional spirits and other a la carte food will be available for purchase.
11801 Ventura Blvd.
The NoHo outpost of this local chain of sports bars is an official L.A. Rams bar, making it the perfect spot to watch Tom Brady lose in high-def while enjoying delicious food and drink. Score a second drink or double up on your initial drink for only $2.
5300 Lankershim Blvd.
The game will be on the projection screen in their taproom with the sound on, so you won’t miss a minute of the action. Snack-wise, they’ll be featuring different food vendors all day including Republic Craft BBQ and S’moreology.
700 Jackson Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Brack Shop Tavern
Brack Shop Tavern will sell tables ranging from $75-$150 (from 2-7 guests). A wing and pitcher package will be included with each table purchase. Groups of 2-4 will receive 30 wings and a pitcher of Heineken, and groups of 5-7 will receive 60 wings and two pitchers.
525 W. 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014
With giant plush booths and over 25 flat-screen TVs, the country club-inspired sports lounge 40Love is the perfect spot to watch the big game. Enjoy top-notch bar fare or healthy food items and soak up the sun with a cocktail on the large patio. 21+. 1:30 p.m. $50.
829 N. La Cienega Blvd.
Enjoy the game under sunny skies and shady palms in a lush poolside garden at Santa Monica’s famous art deco hotel. The $55 entrance fee includes a BBQ combo platter (Shangri-La burger, chicken wings, herbed fries and two beers) with additional menu items and drinks available for purchase. Cabana rentals include bottle service for those looking to enjoy the game with their own private group of friends.
1301 Ocean Avenue
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Sports-oriented bar and taqueria Jalapeño Pete’s has introduced a new food and cocktail menu just in time for the big game.
11618 Ventura Blvd.
The Morrison Pub
The Morrison Pub in Atwater Village will be broadcasting the game on their seven TVs with the sound up and celebrating with specials all day.
3179 Los Feliz Blvd
The Eastside craft beer restaurant and bar will be showing the game on the big screen, as well as on eight TVs throughout the restaurant. Specials include two chili dogs and a side of tots ($12) and $2 off New Original Brewery beers.
2141 Sunset Blvd.
Visit Nelson’s for a smoked beef rib platter during the big game while soaking in views of the Pacific. The platter will include slow smoked BBQ beef ribs, red skin potato salad, white cheddar mac and cheese, housemade pickles and a house made jalapeno corn bread muffin. Enjoy specials on pints from Angel City Brewery to pair with the meal while rooting for the Rams.
100 Terranea Way
Rancho Palos Verdes
The walk-up bar will offer $3-$5 cocktails during commercial breaks, chosen by Prank’s Wheel of Fun. Also: group party games and Chef Ricardo’s Front Porch BBQ
1100 S. Hope Street
On Super Bowl Sunday, Public School is hosting happy hour all day. That means $5 pints of brews, $5 glasses of wine, and mouthwatering apps including bacon cheddar tots, queso fundido and crispy naked wings all under $10.
9411 Culver Blvd.
612 Flower Street
15300 Ventura Blvd., Suite 102G
Cheer on L.A.’s favorite team 73 floors high at Spire 73 rooftop bar and lounge. Snack on chips and salsa, green chili pork sliders and torta burgers, then tackle some buckets of beer. Admission includes a three-beer bucket and post-game party with DJ. 1:30-11:30 p.m. $50.
900 Wilshire Blvd., 73rd floor
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The Stalking Horse Brewery & Freehouse
The Westside brewpub combines traditional Cornish fare with an on-site craft brewery in a welcoming British pub setting. For Super Bowl, The Stalking Horse will be offering $4 draft beers, a $10 burger and beer combo, and a raffle to win free beer for a year.
10543 Pico Blvd.
Tallula’s is opening early for a nachos and wings extravaganza. Then stick around to watch the game in the bar and lounge, and cheer on the Rams over specials like chicken wings in Yucatan chile sauce and smoked Oaxaca queso frito.
118 Entrada Drive