The Superbowl is only six days away and if you’re feeling the peak of exhaustion trying to get together a plan then we got you here! Whether you’re near the beach, near downtown, or in North LA we found a few places that will not only play the game but serve great food and drinks to keep you and your friends, or just yourself, happy to the very end.

Who

This year the San Francisco 49ers are up against the Kansas City Chiefs. For both teams it has been a while since either of them have played in the Superbowl, let alone won. For some it’s been longer than others (*cough cough* Chiefs), but no matter what, it should be an interesting game to say the least.

Where

We should all know that this game is in neither team’s home field, but instead will be in Miami, Florida. Thank goodness no snow… or should we wish for it??

What

We can catch the game at 3:30pm PST.

Listings:

Now for the part you all came here for, the top 5 listings of bars and restaurants that will all be playing the Superbowl LIV. Each of these are going from the west coast inward, and all range within prices of food, variations of televisions and sizes of the bar.

Brennan’s

Home to the famous LA turtle racing, this place is tiny but reaches critical mass quickly, so get there early. On gameday they will have “Food & drink specials” and will be “showing the games with sound!” This Irish pub has 16 rotating taps, creative cocktails, and “Quirky vintage décor some dating back to 1972”. If you don’t believe me, you can check out their website here: https://www.brennansla.com/. Although this will be one of the smaller bars on our list, they do have great food options for you and your football loving dog. That’s right they have a menu of food and drinks, but also special menus for game days and for dogs. You can give them a call or check them out for yourself at:

  • (424) 443-5119
  • 4089 Lincoln Blvd., Marina Del Rey, 90292

 

The Stalking Horse

This bar is home to British Beers while it also pays homage to the Honor Cornish Heritage. Here you can watch the game on the big screen with sound, and they’ll have wing specials with $16 beer pitchers and all their beers are brewed in house. This bar is the smallest one that we have picked, with only one main room and a patio. The prices are not unbearable, ranging from an $8 appetizer to a $24 Roast dinner, so depending on how hungry you are the prices on food and drinks will vary. If you do have anymore questions though you can contact them directly at their email:

  • info@thestalkinghorsepub.com

or check out the location yourself here:

  • 10543 W Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, 90064

 

Public School 213

This bar brings back memories of classrooms and not paying attention, yet you will want to pay close attention when the game is on! They will have one big screen which will be playing the game and will serve $5 beers and wines, and $6 cocktails along with some delicious looking food. Public School’s motto is “An Education in the Art of Food & Beer”, so whether you’re going to Culver City or headed into inland LA, you cannot beat these prices and the quality of dining experience. You can also reach their LA location here:

  • (213) 622-4500
  • 612 Flower St., Los Angeles, 90017

And their Culver City location here:

  • (310) 558-0414
  • 9411 Culver Blvd., Culver City, 90232

 

6th & La Brea

“You are here” rings this California inspired Brewpub. They have all the classics, beer, cocktails, and football what more could you ask for. Their prices also range from a $9 appetizer to a $19 main dish. Even though it is the second smallest on our list there is still much to enjoy. Here they’ll play the game from beginning to end with “wing specials, house-beer and more” so in order to see what “more” entails make sure to swing by:

  • (323) 998-8565
  • 600 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles 90036

 

The Parlor

 

The Parlor is a sports bar “redefined”, where t

here is “an ode to the good ole days and a focus on tradition”. At root, this is a sports bar and it is no joke, there are over 50 tv’s, a large outdoor patio, American comfort food, and a wide selection of beer and cocktails. With the entire place spanning to 10,000 sq. feet, having 2 bars and an outdoor patio there is no stopping from watching the big game. This bar would probably be the best bet to viewing the game because you can sit almost anywhere and still be able to watch. As well the prices for food and drinks are not astronomical, ranging from a $10 for a side dish to $150 for a punch bowl that serves 12. So, if you’re really looking to have a good time head over to the Parlor or if you have any questions you can contact them here:

  • (323) 930-2100
  • 7250 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, 90046

By Raeanne Cendejas