From specialty baseball-inspired cocktails to all-day happy hours, here are 10 places to eat and drink while watching the World Series in Los Angeles.
Baldoria Bar + Kitchen | Downtown L.A.
Head to Baldoria’s for an all-day happy hour on World Series game days, including $1 whiskey shots for every Dodger home run. The Little Tokyo destination will also offer Blue Cheese Smashed Fingerling Potatoes as a nod to the hometown team’s jersey color. If the Dodgers win the World Series (all fingers and toes crossed), anyone at the bar during the game will receive a free glass of champagne. 4:30 p.m.-10 p.m. 243 S San Pedro St., downtown, 213.947.3329. baldoriadtla.com
Brack Shop Tavern | Downtown L.A.
This DTLA eatery makes it simple for you: wear Dodger gear on game days during the World Series and receive a free appetizer for the table. Batter up! 3 p.m.-midnight. 525 W 7th St., downtown, 213.232.8657. brackshoptavern.com
Dog Haus | Los Angeles, Various Locations
Connoisseur of the gourmet hot dog, Dog Haus will bring their World Series A-Game with happy hour running the entire length of each game. Happy hour deals include $2 off draft beer and wine, $3 PBR 16 oz cans, $2 off single Mix Well Drinks and $1.25 sliders tots and fries. Participating locations: Alhambra Biergarten, North Hollywood, Old Pasadena Biergarten, USC locations. doghaus.com
The Mixing Room at JW Marriott | Downtown L.A.
Rooted in warmth, hospitality and a sense of fun, The Mixing Room will be serving up a special tequila sour cocktail inspired by the LA Dodgers. The cocktail—featuring a white baseball with blue stitching on the foam—joins a menu of sweet and savory bites. 5 p.m.-midnight. 900 W Olympic Blvd., downtown, 213.765.8600. marriott.com
The Morrison Pub | Atwater Village
A quick drive from Dodger Stadium itself, enjoy the World Series on one of seven TVs. Chow down on a classic hamburger, fries and beer for only $13 or opt for happy hour drinks and bites from 2-7 p.m. All Halloween beers will be $5. 3179 Los Feliz Blvd., L.A., 323.667.1839. themorrisonla.com
Ocean Prime | Beverly Hills
Located steps away from Rodeo Drive, swing into Ocean Prime for a luxurious World Series viewing experience. Indulge in their special Black Peppered Bacon and Dodger Bleu Cheese Burger from 4 p.m. to close in the lounge and bar area for only $15. 9595 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, 310.859.4818. ocean-prime.com
Prank | Downtown L.A.
Known for its organic, non-GMO bar fare and cocktails, DTLA’s only walk-up bar will offer two game day specials. Opt for the Turner-Taylor Triple Header (Prank’s interpretation of the Dodger Dog alongside a can of beer and a shot for $15) or the My Blue Heaven cocktail (blanco tequila, butterfly pea flowers, agave, fresh lime and Himalayan sea salt for $7). 2 p.m.-midnight. 1100 S Hope St., downtown, 213.493.4786. prankbar.com
Sixth St. Tavern | Downtown L.A.
Vegans and vegetarians alike can still get their Dodger Dog fix thanks to the V/NV “Gameday Dog” at Sixth St. Tavern. Add a pint of Bagby Sweet Ride Pilsner to your vegan dog (complete with ketchup, mustard and relish) for a $12 home run pairing. Other offerings include an expansive draft beer list, bar bites and six big screen TVs to keep your eye on the game. 11:30 a.m.-2 a.m. 630 W 6th St., downtown. sixthstreettavern.com
The Standing Room | Hermosa Beach
South Bay rustic digs, The Standing Room, is offering guests a dinger off-menu item: one chili cheese hot dog and one draft beer for only $10. 11 a.m.-1 a.m. 1320 Hermosa Ave., 310.318.1272. thestandingroomrestaurant.com
Winsome | Echo Park
Looking to grab a drink before or after the game? Stop by Winsome, a local neighborhood restaurant that will be serving up a spirited, blue-tinted cocktail called the Forgotten Edge (Wilder Gin, Genpy Des Alpes, Blanc Vermouth, Celery Bitters, Lemon Peel). Other special libations include the Dodger Dark and Stormy (Ginger, Lime, Vodka, Blue Curacao) and Dodger Daiquiris (Rum, Lime, Blue Curacao) for $5 each. 3-5 p.m., 8-11 p.m. 1115 Sunset Blvd., L.A., 213.415.1818. eatwinsome.com
The Morrison Pub photo by Laura Gimbert.