Where To Watch The Rams In The Superbowl
The Los Angeles Rams are headed to the Super Bowl to take on the New England Patriots on Sunday, February 3rd! We’ve got a list of the best sport to watch the game! Whether you are looking for a fun night out or a place to watch the game with your family, check out the best places in Los Angeles to watch our home team crush the Patriots in the big game.
16153 Victory Blvd
Van Nuys sports bar, Springbok, is a Victory Boulevard staple for beers, burgers, sausages, and the like. Better still is the space, a pseudo-rustic recreation with sports memorabilia on the walls and a rather unique clientele holding down the stools.
1710 W Magnolia Blvd
As one of the city’s few truly vegan-friendly gastropubs and sports bars, Tony’s Darts Away is home to some pretty good vegan bar eats (buffalo potatoes, anyone?) and boasts a robust tap list.
224 N Brand Blvd
There may be no bigger single space to watch the game than at Mr. Furley’s Bar in the heart of Glendale. The cavernous room houses countless TVs as well as pool tables and other distractions, but
the real heart of the place is the 3600-degree bar ready to pour from a long list of craft beer.
30 W Green St
San Diego export Crack Shack has been making big inroads into greater Los Angeles, including a new warehouse-y space off Green Street in Pasadena that features a back bar with multiple televisions, plus a standalone wall with four synchronized TVs showing one big image of the game.
5570 N Figueroa St
The Greyhound is the Eastside’s best sports bar, a place for wings and drinks and rooting fans that line up early, sometimes hours before the games even start.
8447 Santa Monica Blvd
Without reservation, Barney’s Beanery is perhaps one of the premier places to catch a cheap stiff drink and a game. It helps that the place has so much history behind it.
829 N La Cienega Blvd
40 Love may be the hottest place to catch the game in LA. The upscale sports bar from the H.Wood Group crew looks gorgeous, feels fun, and offers enough booze and food to ensure great people- and football-watching all at once.
7250 Melrose Ave
The Parlor is one of LA’s most iconic sports bars, a place for folks to drink (sometimes a lot), catch all the action from countless TVs, and scream to their hearts’ content. Sounds just about perfect for the Super Bowl.
609 N La Brea Ave
Barbecue, beer, and lots of TVs make Bludo’s a popular destination along La Brea for the football crowds. Arrive early or expect a big wait on game day.
11363 Santa Monica Blvd
The Nickel Mine’s sharp digs boast exposed brick walls and dark woods, plus simple New York-style pizzas and a smart-looking bookshelf along the back.
Multiple locations including: 101 E. Orange Grove Ave
heir HD TVs will all be broadcasting the game, and you can sit back and relax knowing that everyone in the family can find something they enjoy on the menu. The kids menu offers such favorites as hamburgers, chicken tenders, hot dogs, quesadillas, noodles, and more.
The Proud Bird
11022 Aviation Blvd
The Proud Bird is hosting a Super Bowl Viewing Party from 3:00 pm until closing. Watch the game on the restaurant’s 6 HD flat-screen TVs and projector screens. Enjoy all-you-can-eat in the Food Bazaar (including salads, bbq, nachos, hot dogs, chicken and waffles, and more) from 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm. No reservations are needed. Adults are $29.95 each, children 5-12 are $19.95. And don’t forget, if the kids start to lose interest in football, they can always take a look out the windows and watch the planes at nearby LAX.
6333 W. 3rd St
The Original Farmers Market is a very family-friendly place to watch and enjoy Sunday’s big game. The televisions will all be tuned into the game, and each family member can select their own meal from the large variety of eateries. And, if the kids get restless, you can always take a quick break, walk around, and browse in some of the kid-friendly shops nearby (such as Sticker Planet and Kip’s Toyland).
13355 Ventura Blvd
If you’re looking for more non-traditional Super Bowl fare (though traditional hot wings will also be available), head to Bollywood Bites for their Super Bowl Watch Party. The festivities are scheduled from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm. The game will be shown on two screens. RSVP online.
Several locations including: 21880 Hawthorne Blvd
It’s fun for the whole family at Dave & Buster’s. Laugh, play, eat, and of course, watch the big game. Dave & Buster’s describes itself as “your football headquarters.” Enjoy the game on the restaurant’s “massive HDTVs with epic stadium sound” as well as special game day food and drink specials. (Prices may vary by location).