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12 Roaring Outdoor Sports Bars in Los Angeles

Catch the NBA finals, baseball, and food galore at these sports bars that have seating indoor and outdoor with TVs

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NBA playoffs, baseball, and warm weather are in full swing, so it’s a good time to be an LA sports fan right now. Indoor viewing is due to expand exponentially in the coming week, but outdoor sports viewing is still a possibility all over the Southland. Here now are 12 roaring outdoor sports bars in LA, just in time for the big games.

ADDED: 3rd Base LA, Brennan’s, Hi Tops Bar, Numbers, Panama Joe’s, Wood Urban Kitchen

REMOVED: 33 Taps, 40 Love, Biergarten LA, El Tejano, General Admission, the Eldo

A number of LA restaurants have resumed dine-in service. The level of service offered is indicated on each map point. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the Los Angeles Public Health website. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

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Jalapeno Pete's

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Famous for its BOGO happy hour, Jalapeno Pete’s is also a sure bet for drinks, tacos, and catching the latest game.

The Parlor

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The Parlor is the place to be for watching the Clippers or Dodgers. Reservations are highly encouraged for a seat on the patio. The Parlor is open from Thursday through Monday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., and weekends from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.

This two-story watering hole with 18 televisions can host up to 100 patrons, with plenty of outdoor TVs and tables. Try the chicken fried steak, meatballs and pasta, onion rings, or the Cuban sandwich with braised pork

The Six Chow House

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Grab a seat at the beer garden to catch the game, which is open for walk-ins or reservations. With locations in Calabasas and West LA, each spot has their own activities from watching local teams, to half-off bottles of wine on Wednesdays, and stand up comedy.

Torrance Tavern

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Torrance Tavern’s shaded patio is the place to be for South Bay sports fan. The mood’s sure to be good with solid food, drink, and the latest game.

The Firkin Pub & Grill

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Gather ‘round baseball fans. The Firkin has three big screen TVs dedicated to MLB action on its private patio. On the menu is beer, wine, and most essential, chicken tenders.

Numbers Sports Lounge & Bar

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Open since late-2019, Numbers Sports Lounge & Bar is all sports, all the time. This spot is a neighborhood KTown bar with a full kitchen, walls of televisions, and outdoor viewing options.

Numbers Sports Bar & Lounge
Numbers Sports Bar & Lounge
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The Wood Urban Kitchen

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Wood Urban Kitchen BBQ received its liquor license in late-April, so it’s entirely possible to get a drink, eat killer brisket, and take in the NBA playoffs on Market Street in Inglewood.

Brisket from Wood Urban Kitchen and Sports Lounge
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Wood BBQ

Hi Tops Bar

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Hi Tops Bar is San Francisco’s friendliest gay sports bars, and stationed centrally on Santa Monica Boulevard between Robertson and San Vicente. There’s ample outdoor seating with birds-eye views of the interior TVs and delicious cauliflower on a stick, pretzels, and a blackened ahi tuna burger to boot.

Brennan's

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LA’s classic bar in Marina Del Rey is a massive space where indoor and outdoor seating always has a television closeby, along with pizzas, wings, and turtle racing.

3rd Base LA

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This space has been many things over the years, with 3rd Base taking over in 2019. While watching the Clippers or Dodgers, order the flat bread pizza, grilled cheese sliders, or steak and frites.

Panama Joe's

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Long Beach’s Panama Joe’s crafted a wide-open floor plan for watching games in Belmont Shore. Take a seat on the patio and easily find a screen with your favorite team while ordering bar standards with an ocean breeze.

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Jalapeno Pete's

Famous for its BOGO happy hour, Jalapeno Pete’s is also a sure bet for drinks, tacos, and catching the latest game.

The Parlor

The Parlor is the place to be for watching the Clippers or Dodgers. Reservations are highly encouraged for a seat on the patio. The Parlor is open from Thursday through Monday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., and weekends from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.

LAces

This two-story watering hole with 18 televisions can host up to 100 patrons, with plenty of outdoor TVs and tables. Try the chicken fried steak, meatballs and pasta, onion rings, or the Cuban sandwich with braised pork

The Six Chow House

Grab a seat at the beer garden to catch the game, which is open for walk-ins or reservations. With locations in Calabasas and West LA, each spot has their own activities from watching local teams, to half-off bottles of wine on Wednesdays, and stand up comedy.

Torrance Tavern

Torrance Tavern’s shaded patio is the place to be for South Bay sports fan. The mood’s sure to be good with solid food, drink, and the latest game.

The Firkin Pub & Grill

Gather ‘round baseball fans. The Firkin has three big screen TVs dedicated to MLB action on its private patio. On the menu is beer, wine, and most essential, chicken tenders.

Numbers Sports Lounge & Bar

Numbers Sports Bar & Lounge
Numbers Sports Bar & Lounge
Numbers Facebook page

Open since late-2019, Numbers Sports Lounge & Bar is all sports, all the time. This spot is a neighborhood KTown bar with a full kitchen, walls of televisions, and outdoor viewing options.

Numbers Sports Bar & Lounge
Numbers Sports Bar & Lounge
Numbers Facebook page

The Wood Urban Kitchen

Brisket from Wood Urban Kitchen and Sports Lounge
Wood Urban Kitchen
Wood BBQ

Wood Urban Kitchen BBQ received its liquor license in late-April, so it’s entirely possible to get a drink, eat killer brisket, and take in the NBA playoffs on Market Street in Inglewood.

Brisket from Wood Urban Kitchen and Sports Lounge
Wood Urban Kitchen
Wood BBQ

Hi Tops Bar

Hi Tops Bar is San Francisco’s friendliest gay sports bars, and stationed centrally on Santa Monica Boulevard between Robertson and San Vicente. There’s ample outdoor seating with birds-eye views of the interior TVs and delicious cauliflower on a stick, pretzels, and a blackened ahi tuna burger to boot.

Brennan's

LA’s classic bar in Marina Del Rey is a massive space where indoor and outdoor seating always has a television closeby, along with pizzas, wings, and turtle racing.

3rd Base LA

This space has been many things over the years, with 3rd Base taking over in 2019. While watching the Clippers or Dodgers, order the flat bread pizza, grilled cheese sliders, or steak and frites.

Panama Joe's

Long Beach’s Panama Joe’s crafted a wide-open floor plan for watching games in Belmont Shore. Take a seat on the patio and easily find a screen with your favorite team while ordering bar standards with an ocean breeze.

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