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15 Best Bars to Watch the Super Bowl in Los Angeles

Los Angeles has no shortage of sports bars. From Hollywood to Venice, there are bars with lots of TV screens perfect for watching a lively sporting event. Venues throughout the city will be showing Super Bowl LVIII as well as offering drink and food specials for patrons.

Who is playing in the 2024 Super Bowl?

San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs

What day is the Super Bowl this year?

Sunday, February 11th, 2024

Where is Super Bowl LVIII being played?

Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada

What time does the Super Bowl start?

3:30pm PST

Who is the halftime performer for Super Bowl LVIII?


Where to watch the Super Bowl in Los Angeles?

There are plenty of places for you to drink, grub, and take in the big game surrounded by TVs. Check out some of our top picks for bars to watch the 2024 Super Bowl in Los Angeles. 🏈

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1. Elbow Room

Elbow Room is a Hollywood go-to that offers an indoor-outdoor experience along the bustling Cahuenga Boulevard. They’ve also got a back patio and are open late for drinks and quality pizzas.

2. 33 Taps

It’s called 33 Taps because of, well, the 33 beers they have on tap. If that’s not enough of a reason to stop by, you can also try out their delicious burgers and bar food while you watch.

3. Prank Bar

You won’t go wrong watching the Super Bowl in Downtown LA at Prank Bar. This bustling sports bar is known for having a friendly crowd and an outdoor atmosphere to take in some LA sunshine.

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4. Brennan’s

This classic sports bar on the Westside is usually known for their monthly turtle races. But for watching the Super Bowl, you can count on Brennan’s for plenty of screens, beer, and a solid selection of food.

5. The Nickel Mine

This inviting sports bar on the Westside is an essential visit. The brick design, large menu, and big screen TVs throughout make The Nickel Mine an idyllic sports bar for watching the Super Bowl in Los Angeles.

6. Mr. Furley’s

If you’re looking for a spot to watch the Super Bowl in the Valley, check out Mr. Furley’s in Sherman Oaks. The drinks are affordable and the local crowd is friendly and unpretentious. They’ve also got locations in West Hollywood and Glendale.

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7. 3rd Base

For a slightly more sophisticated sports bar destination, stop by 3rd Base in Hollywood. The elevated design and thoughtful food menu create a comfortable space for watching the big game.

8. Biergarten LA

This Koreatown gastropub and lounge was made for taking in a sporting event. At Biergarten LA there’s a view of a screen from every seat and of course, plenty of beer options.

9. Harriet’s Rooftop

Harriet’s Rooftop at the top of 1 Hotel West Hollywood is a great place to watch Super Bowl LVII. They bring in big screens to take in the game surrounded by a bird’s eye view overlooking Los Angeles.

10. Beelman’s

This vegan gastropub in Downtown Los Angeles offers up Asian-inspired eats with indoor-outdoor seating. Beelman’s has a ton of screens for watching the big game while noshing on bites from a meatless menu.

11. Idle Hour

A historic spot in North Hollywood, Idle Hour is known for its barrel shaped architecture. Inside, you’ll find a menu with plenty of food, cocktails, and beer to keep you buzzed.

12. Barney’s Beanery

What list of sports bars would be complete without Barney’s Beanery? There are locations all around Los Angeles offering up a kitschy, approachable atmosphere.

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13. Electric Owl

If you’re looking for a more lowkey neighborhood bar, Electric Owl is a winner. This indoor-outdoor neighborhood spot in West Hollywood offers a more sophisticated experience for watching the Super Bowl in LA in style.

14. Sonny McLean’s

Head to the Westside to experience this Irish pub staple. With over 20 TVs throughout the space, you’ll be able to catch the action at Sonny McLean’s no matter where you’re seated.

15. Boomtown Brewery

This expansive brewery in Downtown LA is a great place for spending your Sunday with beer and a football game. Crowds are sure to enjoy Boomtown‘s spacious locale for a prime view of the big game.

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