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Published February 3, 2023
Super Bowl 2023: The Best Sports Bars in LA to Catch the Big Game
The ultimate roundup of LA sports bars just in time for game day. 🍻🏈
by Los Angeles Bucket List
The biggest sports night in America is almost here, and in a city like Los Angeles, there’s no shortage of options when it comes to catching the game. Super Bowl Sunday falls on February 12 this year, and whether you’re a die-hard football fan or just want to vibe to Rhianna's halftime performance, there are plenty of ways to catch the action.
If you want to get out and enjoy the festivities with fellow fans, read on for a list of events in all of LA’s major neighborhoods:
Where to Watch Super Bowl LVII in Los Angeles
Super Bowl Party at Cult
Come cheer on your favorite team at the AYCE Super Bowl Viewing Party at Cult in Downtown Santa Monica. Located on the corner of 3rd St Promenade and Broadway, Cult offers both indoor and outdoor dining, multiple screens, coffee, cocktails, and more.
Where: 1460 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica, CA
Super Bowl Watch Party at Lanea
Come hang out at Lanea and watch the game on a big screen! With 500+ tequilas and mezcals, handcrafted cocktails, and a variety of Mexican food, this bright and airy venue is the perfect spot to cheer on your favorite team!
Where: 217 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA
Whether you’re into football or dancing, The Abbey’s Super Bowl watch party has something for everyone. The West Hollywood institution will also host a special halftime show at its sister venue, The Chapel.
Where: The Abbey 692 N Robertson Blvd
The games are always on at Jalapeno Pete’s, and Super Bowl Sunday will be no different! With no shortage of flat screens, delicious food, and new drink specials all the time, there’s no better spot to hunker down for the big game.
Where: 11618 Ventura Blvd
The Garage on Motor
This neighborhood sports bar is made for watching sports, eating great food, and having fun. It's been a local favorite in the Palms and Culver City areas of Los Angeles for ten years, and with over 30 TVs throughout the restaurant and on the patio, it won’t be hard to find the game you’re looking for.
Where: 3387 Motor Ave
Fans in LA know that Barney’s Beanery is a go-to spot for all things sports. There are locations all over the city, and every single one has the same fun, rowdy vibe, delicious menu, tons of TVs, fantastic drink deals, and hyper-passionate fans, so you really can’t go wrong!
Where: Various locations.
First Draft DTLA
If you’re a beer fan, there’s no better place to take in the game—and some killer brews—than First Draft DTLA. With over 70 taps of craft beer, wine, and cider sitting beneath massive flat screens, we’ve found a beer lover’s Super Bowl paradise.
Where: 1230 S Olive St.
Tony’s Darts Away
This neighborhood beer bar and pub is dedicated to delicious vegan and non-vegan fare, bar games and billiards, and, most of all, California craft beer! Tony's Darts Away partners with an array of local brewers and thoughtful California makers and has a wide selection of rotating craft beers on tap. Swing by for good times and catch your game of your choice!
Where: 1710 W Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA
Ye Rustic Inn
Known for friendly service and the best hot wings on the west coast, Ye Rustic Inn has been an LA landmark since 1971. With a dark and cozy interior, this no-frills dive bar is straightforward and has all the elements needed for a good time—great food, tasty cocktails, and TVs to watch your favorite teams.
Where: 1831 N. Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA
Panama Joe’s in Long Beach has tons of TVs, crystal clear surround sound, and killer specials on game days. Swing by on Super Bowl Sunday and enjoy drinks and bar bites with your crew while you watch the 49ers take on the Eagles.
Where: Panama Joe’s 5100 E. 2nd Street, Long Beach
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