Where to Watch the World Cup in Los Angeles
After waiting four years, World Cup fever finally hits Los Angeles. From June 12 through July 13, football fanatics can watch matches in a variety of places from poolside to rooftop over food and drink specials. Check out the best places to watch the World Cup in Los Angeles. It’s a great way for the whole family to have fun in LA!
Altitude Pool Deck
Watch the games with stellar views of Los Angeles on the Altitude Pool Deck. Starting June 16, poolside cabanas, each decked out with personal televisions, will be available to rent Mon.-Thurs. during the tournament. The small cabanas (available for 6 people), are available for a food and beverage minimum of $250 (normally $400) and the larger cabanas, (available for 10 people) are available for a $400 minimum (normally $600). A poolside lunch menu by Jose Andres and his culinary team at the SLS is available all summer long for hotel guests and the public alike. Altitude is open to the public Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by calling 310.246.5552. For World Cup cabana reservations email: Altitude.email@example.com.
The Beverly Hilton
For football fans with World Cup fever, head to The Beverly Hilton’s Aqua Star Pool and Trader Vic’s Lounge to watch the matches all month long – poolside and with a cocktail in hand. Flags representing the 32 competing countries will be hung around the pool area and be removed as teams are eliminated. Samba dancers will be on deck for the June 21st and June 28th matches in celebration of the host city.
Sidebar at the Beverly Wilshire
Watch the World Cup games while dining on an extended food menu that includes bruschetta, gourmet grilled cheese, Maryland blue crab roll, spanakopita, American wagyu steak skewers and the classic CUT grilled 8 ounce cheeseburger; along with special cocktails such as the Mono de Dios, Machu Peach-Chu and Belleza Pura will also be featured along with a wide selection of classic wines and beers. Additional televisions will also be brought in for the game. The Opening game will kick off on June 12th at 1 p.m. with Brazil against Croatia. During the group games, there will be 3 to 4 games at 9 a.m., noon and 3 p.m.
Mr. C Beverly Hills
Peroni Nastro Azzurro has also partnered with Mr. C Beverly Hills to host a viewing party for the Italy vs. England game on Saturday, June 14 at 3pm. Guests will be treated to a poolside screening on 70″ LED screens, expanded Cipriani pool menu and Peroni Nastro Azzurro features. Reservations required: 310.985.0628 or DMorassi@MrCHotels.com.
Tres by Jose Andres
Two big screen TV’s have been brought into Tres and will air the soccer games throughout all meal periods – regular menus will be offered during this time. Tres is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Mon.-Sun. 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. Additionally, the Private White Dining Room in Tres, which holds up to 12 guests, is available for buyouts for World Cup viewing parties. Guests mentioning the World Cup private dining promo will receive 10% off their bill. Reservations may be made by calling 310.246.5551.
Cecconi’s West Hollywood
In honor of the ultimate soccer tournament this year, Cecconi’s is getting in the spirit with specials to commemorate the occasion. On 9 a.m. game days, diners can enjoy a Full English Breakfast with choice of coffee or tea for $15, while catching the game, and for 3 p.m. games, the 4 to 7 Aperitivo menu featuring $4 and $7 bites and drinks will be extended an extra hour (usually it starts at 4 p.m.).
Ray’s & Stark Bar
Enjoy a culinary tour inspired by the international teams participating in the global sporting event. For select day games from June 12th through July 13th, the culinary and bar teams of the popular dining destination will present a small bites and cocktail menu crafted to capture the flavors of the two opposing teams for sports and foodie fanatics to enjoy. Live telecast of the select games will also be made available in the al fresco lounge area where guests are welcome to nibble and nosh between goals. View the full menu/schedule HERE.
Rock & Reilly’s Irish Pub
Stop by the West Hollywood pub for or anything and everything football. Spectators can expect $10 World Cup-themed cocktails; 16 high-definition TVs; mini-personal Bud Light fridge for your table (upon request), and more. The location will open early for all games and expect a finale party for the final.
Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village
The hotel’s Lookout lounge and Bar celebrates the World Cup with Brazilian inspired bar menu of bites and World Cup Caipirinha. Guests are invited to enjoy the games on one of many indoor and outdoor flat screen TVs. Additionally, on Saturday, June 14, the Hotel will host a World Cup Launch Party in conjunction with BABC. During the England vs. Italy game, the Garden Lawn comes alive with Brazilian music, dancers, and gourmet fare.
Peroni Nastro Azzurro will be hosting key World Cup viewing parties with a party to celebrate the kick-off game on Thursday, June 12th at 1pm at the W Hollywood. The event will include signature cocktails, brazilian cuisine, interactive games and brackets and multiple viewing screens. W Hotel will serve as Peroni Nastro Azzurro’s home base during the World Cup festivities with a calendar of scheduled viewings coinciding with the games HERE.
The Cat and Fiddle Pub
Stop by the classic Hollywood pub for drink specials and contemporary British cuisine. All the games will be shown live on our projector screens and monitors. Find the schedule on their website.
Mud Hen Tavern
Stop by the hollywood pub for delicious fare, craft cocktails and beer. The tavern will be screening weekend games live at 9 a.m., noon and 3 p.m.
DeSano Pizza Bakery
Soccer fans can get in the game at LA’s new favorite authentic Neapolitan pizzeria with breakfast specials available exclusively on 9 a.m. World Cup game days. Diners can enjoy an egg & bacon-topped pie or egg & proscuitto calzone while rooting on their favorite team.
Watch the World Cup on six flat screen TVs and enjoy food and drink specials and World Cup decor. Wirtshaus will also offer guests additional entertainment, with a soccer skills contest – known in Germany as the goal-scoring game, “Torwand”. Contestants who make six of six consecutive shots, will win a free boot of Erdinger beer.
Stop the Hollywood bar by for afternoon games where you can enjoy specials on taco platters and wings, buckets and pitchers of beer and shots of tequila.
Dog Haus Biergarten Pasadena
Watch the games at the Pasadena location and dine on the Würst Burrito, especially for the occasion. Enjoy the sausage, egg and cheese creation as is or ‘get fat’ by adding Dog Haus’s signature haus chili. Pair it with the perfect sidekick, a house made Michelada available during the duration of the World Cup. The Dog Haus Biergarten will be open early for 9 a.m. games (usually open at 11 a.m.).
Stop by the Venice location starting at 9 a.m. on game days for spectating and menu specials like the breakfast sausage sandwich.
Stop by the Hawthorne location to watch the games and on an All-American version of the traditional Brazilian cocktail, the Caipiroska. A Caipiroska is a interpretation of Caipirinha prepared with vodka instead of the usual cachaça. The Eureka! Caipiroska is made with Ballast Point Fugu Vodka and locally sourced ingredients.
Rock & Brews
Rock & Brews restaurants in El Segundo and Redondo Beach are gearing up for the world’s biggest soccer tournament. The family friendly restaurants plan to show every World Cup match during the month-long event on several screens at each location, allowing fans of all ages to catch the action while enjoying the restaurants’ signature American comfort food. Additionally, guests dining at Rock & Brews during a World Cup match June 12-July 13 while wearing any soccer jersey or shirt will receive an upgrade to a 20 oz. beer on select pours. The li’l rockers 12 and under showing off their favorite team jersey or shirt will receive a free kid’s root beer float.