Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Los Angeles
In Los Angeles Super Bowl XLIX kicks off at 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 1., where will you be? Watch the Seattle Seahawks battle the New England Patriots with game day fare, drink specials and more.
Edited by Christina Xenos
Throw your own private Super Bowl party for free. The Rockefeller in Manhattan Beach is waiving its rental fee for parties of 30-50 on a first come, first serve basis. Catch all the action on the large flat screen TVs surrounding the bar while enjoying food and drink specials. To reserve, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preux & Proper
Even though the Saints didn’t make it to the Super Bowl this year, you can still get a taste of NOLA in downtown L.A. Start your football revelry early at 1 p.m. with happy our pricing on bites like smoke shrimped beignets, crispy frog legs, wings, brisket dip and their signature Muffaletta board. Enjoy drink specials and an array of slushies as well.
Four Seasons Westlake Village
The Bar and Lookout Lounge at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village will screen the big game and offer a special “East vs. West” game day menu full of Executive Chef Jesse Hansen’s East Coast and West Coast-themed cocktails and gourmet bar bites. Chow down on New England lobster corn dogs and sip Boston side cars for a nod to the East Coast, while those leaning west can opt for Seattle crab cake sliders and Washington apple whiskey cocktails. Also enjoy $4.90 draft beers. 3 p.m.-close.
West Hollywood’s hottest new cocktail lounge opens at 1 p.m. for the big game and will offer specials like $5 beers and $6 well drinks, $9 themed cocktail menu, post game music from Funktion, a 4 piece funk band. Also enjoy eats from the Los Lobos Food truck.
Pasadena’s craft cocktail hotspot is kicking things off in a big way with $6 well drinks, $5 draft beers and a special Magnolia House Party Punch for only $5. Magnolia House Specials will begin at kick-off 3:30 p.m. and run until the end of the game.
The Bungalow Santa Monica
Head seaside to The Bungalow Santa Monica where you can watch the game and revel with a parking lot bbq and pig roast. The game will be screened on multiple big screen TVs, where patrons can root for their favorite team and enjoy specialty cocktails. 2-10 p.m.
Head to Plan Check Fairfax and downtown to view the big game, indulge on Seahawks and Patriots themed menu items and compete in the first annual chicken wing eating contest. Executive Chef Ernesto Uchimura serves up specials like nine-layer dip, spicy chorizo chili burger, chorizo chili cheese fries and cocktails like the 12th Man Punch Bowl with JP Wiser’s Rye Whisky, orgeat, bitters, and champagne. The first 10 diners to signup up can enter the contest that begins at 2:30 p.m. Also find food specials and the chicken wing eating contest at all locations.
Head to Westwood to enjoy Tanzy’s bottomless brunch and all-day social hour specials while the game plays on the bar televisions.
The Fat Dog
Party all afternoon at the West Hollywood gastropub. Enjoy $3 draft beer, a menu of $5 surf and turf bites like their lobster roll, shrimp and grits, beef tenderloin on a stick, hot wings and more. You can even bring your favorite pooch for plenty of patio seating and game spectating.
Heat the The Farmers Market to watch the Super Bowl on one of Short Order’s many flat screens both indoor and outdoor and enjoy Super Bowl Sunday specials like $18 pitchers of craft beer, $18 Yes Chef Carafe, AYCE wings for $12/pp during the game and “Beast Mode” cocktail special made with Tru gin.
The Raymond 1886
Head to Pasadena’s hidden cocktail bar for a special game day party deal. Enjoy Executive Chef Tim Guiltinan’s Three Pieces of Chicken, which is brined for 48 hours and then battered six times and served with Thai chili molasses dipping sauce. Pair it with the 3 Dot Dash, an island inspired cocktail made with Tiki-style fresh juice, housemade syrup and rum blends served over crushed ice or ask for the “Dealer’s Choice,” their cocktail of the moment for only $20/pp.
Join Petty Cash for Super Bowl Sunday and enjoy tacos and tequila all day long. Enjoy Tapatio tequila cocktail specials as well.
Celebrate the big game with ocean views at the Venice Whaler’s Tailgate Bash on the Beach. Executive Chef Nick Liberato will be roasting a whole pig on the patio. Tailgaters can all enjoy the Pig Platter special, which includes roast pork with chimichurri, cannellini beans, corn bread and coleslaw; Liberato’s Chili Nachos, topped with cheese sauce, sour cream, guacamole, corn, jalapeńos, tomato and scallions. Sip on Taligate Hooch made with Corralejo silver tequila, Licor 43, orange and lime juices, and a sweet splash of Grenadine; a bucket of house beer for $15 and toast touchdowns with a $5 Pickle Back, a shot of whisky with a pickle juice chaser, every time either team scores.
Dog Haus Biergarten
Get the party started early in Pasadena with a build your own Bloody Mary bar (11 a.m.-3 p.m.). Watch the game over all-day happy hour specials like $4 well drinks, $2 off signature cocktails, $1 Haus wines, $4 select draught beer, $2.50 canned beer and $1 sliders.
Watch the game over Neapolitan-style pizza and beer specials. Enjoy two large pizzas and a bottle of house wine for $50 and $3.50 beers during the game.
Pregame at Wirtshaus with its “Kegs and Eggs (and Sausage)” breakfast-and-beer brunch. Brunch runs from 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m., during which you can dine on eggs, Wirtshaus’ sausages, friend potatoes and all-you-can-drink draft beer. Stick around to watch the game on TVs inside the restaurant and outside on the dog-friendly patio.
Solita Tacos & Margaritas Valencia
Sophisticated Super Bowl Sunday fans can view the game volume-free while dining on the Nachitos Perfectos, a platter of homemade tortilla chips topped with refried beans, red chile borracho sauce, cheese, pickled jalapeños, salsa fresca, guacamole, chipotle sauce and sour cream. You can also enjoy a “Big Dogs” pairing of The Bulldog, solita’s signature margarita and beer cocktail, and the Perro Caliente ‘Changa’, a grilled Mexican hot dog rolled in a flour tortilla with bacon, cream cheese, pickled jalapeño and onion, then deep-fried and topped with sour cream, lettuce, green onions and salsa fresca and served with chipotle ketchup.
Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar
Show up early for brunch (11 a.m.-2 p.m.); watch the game over $5 drink specials on Bloody Marys, mimosas and sangria; and party into the night over late-night happy hour specials (9 p.m.-close).