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Where to watch the Super Bowl in L.A.

Cheer on Super Bowl Sunday at one of these restaurants or bars offering viewing parties, specials and more

By Stephanie Breijo
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Huddle up, because it’s time to figure out your Super Bowl party plan. Sure, you could hit a Costco and buy 400 frozen wings, but you know you and your friends deserve better. Every sports bar in L.A. is almost guaranteed to be a mess on Super Bowl Sunday, so we’ve rounded up a few alternatives for where you can watch grown men smash into each other for a living. Some are cocktail bars, some are Thai restaurants, some simply make the best wings in the city, but all will be showing the game and offering plenty of beer to nurse as you watch the Super Bowl. Ready? Go!

When is Super Bowl LIV?
Sunday, February 2, 2020.

What time does the game start?
Kickoff is at 3:30pm PST.

Who’s playing?
The Kansas City Chiefs vs. the San Francisco 49ers.

Who should I root for? 
If you want to keep it local, we suggest the 49ers for some California pride—assuming you can put aside any Bar Area beef. Of course, they totally wrecked the Rams last month, so your choice probably comes down to how loyal you are to L.A.’s home teams.

Watch the Super Bowl at these L.A. spots

6th & La Brea

Restaurants Pan-Asian La Brea
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If you want a taste of L.A. while you watch the game, head to a spot that makes its own beer: Aristanal Brewers Collective’s 6th & La Brea, a casual brewpub that’s big on bar bites (both vegan-friendly and non-) and local brews—some made on-site, others from the rest of the ABC family, and more still from favorite, unrelated makers around town. For the Super Bowl, catch pitcher specials all day long, plus the game with sound on, and wings to keep you fueled up. Think you’ve got a handle on who’ll win? Take part in the Super Bowl pool, with prizes for the winner.

Big Wangs

Bars Sports Bars North Hollywood
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Big Wangs NoHo is big on football, and to celebrate the Super Bowl, it’s offering a special to keep you, uh, hydrated all day long: Buy one drink, get the second one for $2. Keep your eye on the game with screens posted all over the bar, and be sure to stick around for fourth-quarter giveaways (including prizes like, oh, tickets to Lakers games). This is also a primo location to watch with a group, because Big Wangs is also selling massive amounts of, you guessed it, wings: Nab 50 pieces for $65, or 100 wings for $125.

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Boomtown Brewery

Bars Breweries Downtown Arts District
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If you fear running out of beer on game day, might we suggest watching from a brewery? Boomtown Brewery’s got a whole viewing party going on, with the game projected onto massive screens in two rooms and drink specials throughout the day, not to mention prizes and giveaways. There’s no entry fee and almost every pour will come at a discount, so if you’re feeling peckish, you can take those saved dollars and put them toward the BBQ from Highland Hickory that’ll be available for purchase.

Hank’s

Restaurants American Pacific Palisades
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Blue Ribbon's first take on the sports bar fits cozily into one end of the Palisades Village complex, bringing flat-screen TVs, beers, cocktails and a cozy game-day perch to the neighborhood. During the Super Bowl, expect a serious all-you-can-eat—and, maybe even more pertinent, an all-you-can-drink—party for just $65 per person. There'll be beer pitchers, margaritas, local brews from Angel City and more, with pad-your-stomach fare such as hot-chicken bites, BBQ pulled pork sandwiches, wings, burgers, buffalo cauliflower and Greek salad, and as if this didn't sound like a deal enough, your ticket includes entry into the Super Bowl pool with prizes for winners.

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Hotel Shangri-La
Hotel Shangri-La
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Hotel Shangri-La

Hotels Boutique hotels Santa Monica

The Super Bowl hits Shangri-La once again. The big game is taking over the hotel’s poolside garden for the big annual viewing party, where you can hang from 1 to 7pm and watch the Super Bowl on a big-screen TV, chow down on BBQ and quench your game-day thirst with cold beer. Each ticket includes a BBQ platter of beef sliders, chicken wings, nachos and two beers, but you know there’ll be additional items and drinks to nosh and sip on all day long—including $20 buckets of beer. Nab your $55 tickets (and private cabana rentals, plus other add-ons) right over here.

Imperial Western Beer Co.
Imperial Western Beer Co.
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Imperial Western Beer Co.

Bars Beer bars Downtown

If you’re still looking for the perfect brewery, Union Station’s gorgeous Imperial Western has suds in spades—plus some killer all-day specials. Find beer at $18 per pitcher and $5 per glass (you’ll never go thirsty again) starting at noon, and if all that cheering gets you hungry for more than a touchdown, they’ve got $1 oysters and other game-day eats.

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Public School 310
Public School 310
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Public School

Restaurants Gastropubs Culver City

Head to any Public School location across the city during the big game and you’ll be able to take advantage of all-day specials that are worth studying: $3 Modelo drafts, $4 Modelo micheladas, $5 margaritas and snacks like $5 parmesan truffle fries. You can also find some serious bar food on the regular menu, including bacon-and-cheddar tots; buffalo cauliflower; chorizo mac and cheese; and flatbreads galore.

Rock and Reilly’s

Bars Sports Bars West Hollywood
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Sunset’s location of this fun and raucous Irish-pub chain is throwing a Super Bowl viewing party complete with over 20 varieties of craft beer, plus happy hour from 5 to 7pm and—perhaps the best deal there—every time you order a 64-ounce pitcher, you’ll get a free appetizer of your choosing, all day and night. Nothing says Super Bowl like free chicken wings, but you could also opt for soft pretzels, loaded nachos and other game-day–perfect fare.

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The Stalking Horse Brewery & Freehouse

Restaurants Vegan Westwood

Sure, the Stalking Horse is all about football in the U.K. sense, but Artisanal Brewers Collective’s British-style pub knows how to throw a Super Bowl party, too. On game day, head here for house-made bitter ales and malty pints, which you can enjoy while taking in the match on a big projector screen. Oh, and did we mention the wing specials and $16 pitchers? 

Toca Madera

Restaurants Mexican West Third Street

Toca Madera's somewhat of a scene, but that shouldn't discredit the fact that it's a great place to come for a drink and some grub—and during a game, that's especially true. The modern Mexican restaurant and bar is throwing open its doors for a no-cover viewing party, and adding a handful of specials to the menu in celebration, such as wagyu burgers and chicken flautas with habanero crema. To drink? Beer buckets and pitchers of large-format craft cocktails, of course. 

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Yardbird Super Bowl food football specials
Yardbird Super Bowl food football specials
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Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Restaurants Soul and southern American Beverly

This Southern chain with Miami roots is big on charm and portions, especially during a game. For the Super Bowl, catch plenty of new, themed items, plus a total steal: unlimited wings for $25 (note: there’s a two-hour limit on that deal, but we’re sure you’ll make the most of it). There are football-shaped deviled eggs, a giant tomahawk steak special for two, a massive burger, and even a bloody Mary garnished with a lime that looks like—you guessed it—a football.

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