20 Spots To Watch The Super Bowl In L.A.

On Feb. 2, the San Francisco 49ers will face off against the Kansas CIty Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV for what is sure to be a heated match up. Despite the Rams or the Chargers not making the cut, Los Angeles is certainly ready for a Sunday Funday like no other.

Between the rowdy crowds, drink specials and mouth-watering menus, check out 20 spots going all out for the Super Bowl here in L.A.

Rock & Reilly’s on Sunset

Staying true to its rock and roll roots, Rock & Reilly’s on the Sunset Strip boasts new supercharged AV system, massive hi-definition televisions and an incomparable happy hour for patrons to enjoy for Super Bowl Sunday. Football fans can expect the largest selection of beers on tap in West Hollywood as Rock & Reilly’s will be serving over 20 varieties. They will also get to enjoy a fantastic happy hour that will give patrons 50% off all food and drink from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. It will also will bring sports fans a free select appetizer per 64-oz pitcher of beer ordered. The menu includes freshly made bar favorites perfect for the Super Bowl celebration that includes burgers (a vegan Impossible patty version included), chicken wings with various gourmet sauces, large soft-pretzels and loaded nachos. All of the fare is made in-house from scratch with the guidance of the bar’s Chef & culinary team.

8911 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, rockandreillys.com, @rockandreillys

3rd Base

Join 3rd Base LA at their first annual Super Bowl Block Party this Sunday with hundreds of others and cheer on your favorite team. Cabana lounges, on-site games including Giant Jenga, Connect 4, Corn Hole, Air Hockey and flat-screen TVs will be set up in a block party style lot, guaranteed to ensure a great experience. Your favorite bar snacks, an array of Kansas City Style BBQ, San Francisco clam chowder bowls and prime rib sandwiches will also be served. The party will begin at 2 p.m. with general admission tickets starting at $20.

Tickets: 3rdbasela.ticketsocket.com/event/3rd-base-la—superbowl-sunday&tickets

1562 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, 3rdbasela.com, @3rdbasela

The Shelby

The Shelby is usually reserved for L.A. Rams and New Orleans Saints fans, but this Super Bowl, the Third St. neighborhood spot is going all out. The handsome space features marble tabletops, stuffed leather seats, rounded booths and old Hollywood photos on the walls, an effortlessly cool brick backdrop and, of course, plenty of TVs to watch the big game. The no-cover party will feature food and drink specials throughout the entire game including $20 bottles of champagne, $12 pitchers and $4 pints of Coors Light and $8 wells and house wines.

8445 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, theshelbyla.com, @theshelbyla

Baja Cantina

Be the first down to Baja Cantina in Marina Del Rey this Super Bowl Sunday where food and drink specials will run all day. It is impossible to miss a Niners or Chiefs play when Baja Cantina is showing the game on 20 TVs. After a few game day drinks, guests will not want to pass on the $15 BBQ Rib Special, which includes either a Half Rack of Ribs or a BBQ Pulled Pork Rib Sandwich, both accompanied by a choice of two sides – ranchero beans, coleslaw, potato salad, fries or garlic fries. Start practicing a winning strategy and use it all throughout the game, because Baja Cantina will be hosting a raffle where prizes such as a Bike or a Cooler will be won by the luckiest player! Football fans will be chanting “Yay Team” until 2 a.m., so be prepared to party into overtime.

311 Washington Blvd., Marina Del Rey, BajaCantina.com, @bajacantinamdr

Imperial Western

This Super Bowl Sunday, Union Station’s Brewery Imperial Western will be showing the game (with sound) on all TVs and a projector. Additionally, Super Bowl specials includes all-day happy hour with select $5 beer glasses, $18 pitchers, and $1 oysters. From 12 p.m. to  3 p.m., Sunday brunch will kick off with the game and will continue with specials including wings, nachos, and burgers, for lunch and dinner. Doors open at 12 p.m., Super Bowl LIV begins at 3:30 p.m.

800 N. Alameda St.. Los Angeles, imperialwestern.com, @imperialwestern

Rocco’s Weho

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Rocco’s Weho will be hosting their very first Super Bowl party this weekend. This past summer, Lance Bass partnered with Rocco’s Tavern, a well- known restaurant & bar with several locations throughout the Los Angeles area, to open the LGBTQ+ friendly Rocco’s WeHo in the heart of West Hollywood. The 5,000 square foot restaurant/bar has over 200 seats with indoor and outdoor dining and plenty of TVs. The no-cover football bash will be hosted by “Vanderpump Rules” stars Jax Taylor and Beau Clark and will feature a menu of game-day favorites like wings, pizza, made to order burgers, wraps and pasta plus signature cocktails, Bloody Marys, wines and 20 beers on tap.

8900 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, roccosweho.com, @roccosweho

The Proud Bird

Football fans can flock to The Proud Bird in El Segundo on Sunday. The Proud Bird will be screening the big game on its HD TVs and projector screens while offering Happy Hour deals and an All You Can Eat Unlimited Bazaar Pass for $35. Munch on game day dishes like Bludso’s BBQ, pizza, sliders, chicken & waffles, wings, hot dogs, nachos while enjoying the floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the runways of LAX airport. Happy Hour specials include $4 Bud Light Draft, $5 craft draft beers, $6 well drinks and $7 wines on tap. No reservations are required.

11022 Aviation Blvd., Los Angeles, Theproudbird.com, @theproudbird

Hyde Sunset

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sbe’s Hyde Sunset Big Game Viewing Party will be one of the hottest spots to be this Sunday. The iconic space will welcome guests to watch the game in a chic nightclub setting. Behind the bar, drink specials include The Niner’s Refresher with Bacardi Dragon Berry Rum, simple syrup, fresh lime juice, muddled strawberries and fresh mint while The Chief’s Brew is made with Grey Goose Pear Vodka, St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur, fresh cucumber, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup, and fever tree soda. Doors open at 2 p.m. with music by Metty.

8117 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, Hydesunset.com @hydesunset

San Francisco Saloon

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As much as Angelenos hate to admit, not all Californians are Rams or Chargers fans. For those who are cheering on the 49ers in the big game, head to San Francisco Saloon where you can wear your red and gold with pride. This weekend, the sports safe haven will be packed with rowdy, relocated Bay Area natives and the beer will be flowing.

11501 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, Sfsaloon.com, @sfsaloonwestla

Jalapeño Pete’s

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Fiesta Football! With over a dozen flat-screen TVs within the space, Jalapeño Pete’s is one of Studio City’s best sports bars. It also happens to be the chosen spot for die-hard Kansas City Chiefs fans. So cheer on while enjoying Mexican munchies such as Street Corn, Nachos Del Rey, Mexican Wings and nearly a dozen type of tacos (the braised short rib ones are our fav). To drink, take your pick from margaritas, mojitos and many, many kinds of beer.

11618 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, jalapenopetesla.com, @jalapenopetesla

The Raymond 1886

Tackle the biggest Super Bowl LIV specials as The Raymond 1886 shows the Niners and Chiefs facing off on a TV inside 1886 Bar and on a big screen TV on The Raymond 1886’s Wisteria Patio for all to watch. For those die-hard fans who want to avoid burning a hole in their wallets, The Raymond 1886 will be offering a special Super Bowl LIV Happy Hour on select food and drinks starting at 3:30 p.m., running all throughout the game. Super Bowl LIV Happy Hour drink specials include $7 craft cocktails, $7 select wines by the glass and $5 beer. Every fan knows that football is not complete without touchdown-worthy bites, and The Raymond 1886 has prepared winning game time snacks such as their Tatchos, made with tater tots, nacho cheese, guacamole, sour cream, and pickled jalapenos. Score big with other game time snacks like Crispy Brussel Sprouts, Garlic Fries and Knots, Kale and Artichoke Dip, Mac and Cheese, Popcorn Chicken, Popcorn Bravas, Dynamite Tots and Patatas Bravas.

1250 South Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena, TheRaymond.com, @theraymond1886

Via Alloro

Be a champion this year and head to Via Alloro in Beverly Hills where multiple TV screens will be showing every play of Super Bowl LIV.  Warm up at Via Alloro’s bar where all of the TV’s will be playing the big game as cocktails, wine and beer pour well into overtime. Chef Tanino Drago will have guests intercepting “Hail Marys” all throughout the restaurant with these delectable Italian game-day specials, featuring the Via Alloro Burger, Chicken Wings, Insalata del Salumiere, Margherita Pizza and Pepperoni Pizza, Baguette Caprese and Lasagna Bolognese. Do not make the mistake of fumbling on these Super Bowl LIV specials.

301 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, ViaAlloro.com, @viaalloro

40 Love

With giant plush booths and over 25 flat-screen TVs, 40 LOVE is the perfect neighborhood sports bar to cheer on your favorite team in the Super Bowl. The space is filled with dark wood, lush greenery and white brick—characteristic of a classic American country club. The menu has something for every taste from top-notch bar fare to healthy food options. Share a pitcher of draft beer with friends or order one of the specialty Super Bowl cocktails from Guillotine Vodka. For the Kansas City Chiefs fans, The End Zone is made with Guillotine Heritage Barrel-Aged Vodka, sweet vermouth, ginger syrup, blood orange juice, spicy homemade tincture (clove, anise, cinnamon), garnished with a blood orange slide and maraschino cherry. For fans of the San Francisco 49ers, the Halftime is made with Guillotine Heritage, Mandrian segments, agave syrup, lemon juice, muddled tarragon leaves, egg whites, garnished with grated cinnamon and tarragon sprig and served in a glass coated with Pernod Absinthe.  While you are there, keep your eyes peeled for famous fans. Niall Horan, Shawn Mendes and Odell Beckham, Jr. and more have all been spotted there.

829 N. La Cienaga Blvd., Los Angeles, the40love.com, @40Love

Yardbird

For the upcoming Super Bowl, Yardbird Southern Table & Bar at The Beverly Center is going all out for its “Supper Bowl” with specials including Endless End Zone Wings (all you can eat, with a two-hour max) for $25, Game Day Deviled Eggs, ST. Louis Style Pork Ribs, The Great American Burger and Tomahawk For Two (creole spiced ribeye with truffle bacon parmesan.) Thirsty? Indulge in Tail Gate House-Made Bloody Marys. Football fans can also look forward to giveaways, a halftime raffle with prizes including brunches for two and complimentary valet up to four hours.

8500 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles runchickenrun.com/los-angeles, @yardbirdsouthern

Wirsthaus

German restaurant and beer garden Wirtshaus’ Super Bowl plans include airing of the game on the venue’s oversized projection screen, and their seven TV screens both inside, and on Wirtshaus’ heated, dog-friendly outdoor patio. Guests can nosh on traditional German snacks include brauts, pretzels and schnitzels and wash it all down with plenty of beer.

345 N. La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, WirtshausLA.com, @Wirtshaus

Rasselbock Kitchen & Beer Garden

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Wirtshaus’ German bar sibling Rasselbock Kitchen & Beer Garden in Mar Vista, will be holding its own Super Bowl party. Rasselbock’s five TVs will entertain spectators – including those on the dog-friendly, enclosed patio – and will include specials such as $5 select draft beers.

3817 Grand View Blvd., Los Angeles, RasselbockLA.com, @RasselbockLA

Ma’am Sir

Modern-Filipino restaurant Ma’am Sir in Silver Lake will be open through brunch on Super Bowl Sunday and offering Happy Hour from 3:30 p.m. until the game ends. Specials include $7 select beers, $9 cocktails and $8 bar snacks like Mushroom Grilled Cheese and Fried Chicken Sandwiches. Guests can enjoy endless lumpias and longganisa sliders for $35 per person. By the way, fans dressed in Niners gear (Chef Charles’ favorite team) will receive a free draft beer.

4330 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, maamsirla.com, @maamsirla

Yamashiro

Yamashiro may not be the venue that comes to mind for a Super Bowl party but hosts singer/songwriter Ryan Cabrera and Jordan Kuker are transforming Hollywood’s legendary Japanese oasis in the Hills into a rowdy Sunday Funday hotspot. The bash will show the game on a 120” Screen in the restaurant’s Skyview Lounge and four TVs in the Skyview Bar. Guests can expect Patron Margaritas, shot specials, drink specials, food specials and the best damn view of Los Angeles. Pregame begins at 2 p.m.

1999 N. Sycamore Ave., Los Angeles, yamashirohollywood.com, @yamashirola

Chez Jay

Niners and Chiefs fans can head to Chez Jay, where their full bar will be flowing with cocktails while the game is on the TV at the bar. Guests will not have to give up their favorite fare as Chez Jay is offering their traditional menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is no better way to celebrate the winning team than with Chez Jay’s Surf & Turf dinner served with an Angus New York Steak and a mouthwatering lobster tail from 5:30 p.m. until 10 p.m.

1657 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica, ChezJays.com, @Chezjay_sm

Charcoal Venice

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Just in time for the big game, beloved backyard barbecue-inspired restaurant Charcoal Venice, is launching new brunch menu in addition to game-day worthy Super Bowl offerings. Chef Josiah Citrin and Chef de Cuisine Joe Johnson’s expansive brunch menu blends everything guests love about Charcoal’s craveable, live fire-driven cuisine with classic brunch offerings including the Charcoal Benedict – tomato compote, charcoal-infused jet black hollandaise,the Persimmon Pancake with pomegranate and lemon and the Blueberry Dutch Boy with market blueberries and vanilla. The big game will of course be aired at Charcoal with lengthened Glass Off (aka Happy Hour) starting right after brunch with bites such as Smoked Lamb Ribs, Smoky Grilled Chicken Wings, Oregano, Chili, and Vinegar and Grilled Veggie Skewers, $5 select beers, $7 wine and $9 select cocktails like the Midnight Margarita, Fumée Old Fashioned and the Liliko’i Mai Tai. There will also be the hot specials in honor of the San Francisco 49ers (bacon-wrapped street dog made with spicy chilies and onions) and the Kansas City Chiefs (a classic Kansas City Dog made with sauerkraut -a la Dave’s Doghouse- brown mustard and swiss cheese.)

425 Washington Blvd. Venice, charcoalvenice.com, @charcoalvenice

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