What better way to celebrate the home team's win (or mourn their loss) than to stroll ten minutes west of Dodgers stadium and tuck into some authentic Mexican eats? El Compadre serves up homemade tortilla chips and salsa that rival any you'll find south of the border, and their flaming margaritas are a must-try. The moody lighting, mouth-watering menu and live Mariachi make the El Compadre experience a spicy one. There's also no better spot to relive the glory (or hash out what went wrong) than the bar here—two big TVs play everything Dodgers-related, and vocal fans hang at the bar with micheladas and lots of opinions.
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1449 W Sunset Blvd
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am-2am|
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Love this place for its live mariachi music, flaming margs (get the skinny, the regular tastes too much like sour mix) and reliable hangover food. It's also a good place to watch the game (or so I hear, sports schmorts), and I've recently discovered that their soups are out of this world, hung over or not.
Our first idea after a Dodger game ended was to go to Short Stop (or as my friend kept calling it, Third Base), but the line was ridiculous and not worth the wait. So El Compadre it was. Their flaming margaritas are a shtick, but they're also pretty good. If you want to save some money, go with a Tecate and a quesadilla. The live mariachi band is pretty entertaining, but so are all the drunk Dodger fans.