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The Brews Hall in Hermosa Beach.
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Where to Watch the Rams Play in the Super Bowl in Los Angeles

The hometown LA Rams are playing for it all at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood

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It’s a Los Angeles-centric Super Bowl this year, as the hometown LA Rams are competing for a championship against the upstart Cincinnati Bengals. All over Southern California restaurants will be busy, wing and pizza spots will be offering extra delivery shifts, and football fans will be eager to get out to catch the game live with a group. That’s good news for the still-battered hospitality industry in town, but just know that bigger crowds and more traffic make for extra prep and planning. Here now are just some of the great local spots for watching the big game on Sunday, February 13 — with options for outdoor viewing as well, sorted geographically.

Added: The Wood Urban Kitchen, Homebound, IO Rooftop, ShoresLAX, Brooklyn Ave. Pizza Co., 33 Taps, 40 Love, Electric Owl, Sonny McLean’s, Cheers Sports Bar & Grill, Flights Craft Beer + Sports Grill, The Brews Hall Hermosa Beach, Garduno’s El Monte, 5 Line Tavern, Jug Jug Sports Bar & Restaurant, Mr. Furley’s Bar

Removed: Hotel Shangri-La, Rock & Reilly’s, The Proud Bird, Yardbird, Big Wings, 3rd Baser LA, Ma’am Sir, Imperial Western, Boomtown Brewery, The Raymond

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Jug Jug Sports Bar & Restaurant

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For Korean flavors in a dimly lit sports bar environment, get to Jug Jug up in Granada Hills where the soju and short rib platters come out quick.

Paragon Bar and Grill

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Not only is Paragon a staple Valley sports-watching spot with lots of TVs and outdoor seating, it’s also auctioning off a free 65-inch TV during the big game.

Mr. Furley's Bar

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While the company itself has three locations (including Glendale and a new stop on West Third Street) the Sherman Oaks original remains a hit, offering Valley locals lots of beer, hard alcohol, and stools for catching all the action.

A burger served in a tall bun with a side of potato chips.
A burger from Mr. Furley’s.
Mr. Furley’s Bar

5 Line Tavern

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Eagle Rock’s Five Line Tavern has been serving from its massive lineup of beers (50 taps on all) for more than a decade, and for the Super Bowl will up the ante with all the TVs on and cocktails and snacks galore.

Electric Owl

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Hollywood’s Electric Owl will have the game on at the outdoor bar, which means lots of fans ready to enjoy tavern-style pizzas and burgers from Ernesto Uchimura, one of LA’s best chefs.

A dripping cheese burger with bacon on a tall bun.
A burger from Electric Owl.
Farley Elliott

I|O Rooftop Hollywood

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Catch Hollywood views and all the football action from the IO Rooftop at the Godfrey Hotel in Hollywood. Expect cocktails and a 70-foot-all projection screen for the big game, in addition to the usual menu that includes a full lineup of sushi.

A view across the valley to the Hollywood sign at daytime.
Rooftop views.
IO Rooftop

Cheers Bar and Grill

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San Gabriel’s no-fuss sports bar favorite, Cheers, has a parking lot filled with seats and TVs and is also offering indoor seating and a menu of options like mozzarella sticks, wings, burgers, and more upscale fare.

An open-faced fried chicken sandwich with lots of slaw and sauce.
Fried chicken sandwich at Cheers.
Cheers

33 Taps Silver Lake

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For pure TV overload get to 33 Taps in Silver Lake, where the primary indoor dining room is corner to corner with screens. Obviously burgers, nachos, and beer help, too.

A wraparound dining room with TVs during the day.
Inside 33 Taps in Silver Lake.
33 Taps

40 Love

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The H.Wood Group’s busy 40 Love sports bar is an indoor-outdoor option for the West Hollywood set eager to enjoy wings, tequila drinks, and a more upscale atmosphere.

40 Love’s outdoor seating and TVs in West Hollywood
A lush outdoor space for sports watching.
40 Love

Garduno's Sports Bar and Grill

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Garduno’s in El Monte is a few-frills spot for catching the game while downing nachos, cheap beers, and more Mexican fare. Expect booths and TVs spread across the dining area.

Homebound Brew Haus

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Part brewery, part Art Deco showpiece, this Union Station-attached project offers seating a’plenty along with snacks, beer brewed in house, and more.

Imperial Western Downtown LA Brewing Streamliner’s interior, an art deco masterpiece.
The interior of Homebound.
Wonho Frank Lee

Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.

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Boyle Heights’ Brooklyn Ave. Pizza Co. is an ideal stop for the game thanks to plenty of TVs and a classic menu that offers wings, pizza, and drinks.

For fantastic pizza on an iconic street corner in Boyle Heights: Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.
Pizza from Brooklyn Ave.
Matthew Kang

Sonny McLean's Irish Pub

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Sonny McLean’s is about as classic as it gets. This staple Westside Irish pub has ample outdoor seating and more than two dozen total TVs, meaning everyone will get a view.

A server pours a drink at an Irish bar as TVs play in the background.
Sonny McLean’s
Sonny McLean’s

The Wood Urban Kitchen

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This two-year-old sports bar and lounge brings barbecue staples into the mix, and right from the heart of Inglewood. Hear the distant cheers from the nearby game while enjoying outdoor seats with views to multiple screens.

An overhead shot of saucy meat from a barbecue restaurant, including very bark-heavy ribs from the Woods restaurant.
Barbecue from the Wood Urban Kitchen
Farley Elliott

ShoresLAX

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Don’t want to venture too far from LAX? Try the rooftop and poolside lounge at ShoresLAX, where three large outdoor TV screens will capture all the action.

A side view from a table out a glass window to an airport beyond.
Indoor-outdoor seating.
Jenni Aceret

Wing House

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The focus at South Gate’s simple Wing House is obviously on the food, but don’t let the laid-back vibe detract from the craft beers and wraparound TV views.

Flights Sports Bar

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Hawhorne hotspot Flights is a busy destination for wings, loaded fries, and all the action across multiple TVs.

The Brews Hall

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For ocean-adjacent viewing, check out the Brews Hall in Hermosa aBeach, home to a variety of cocktails, overclocked burgers, and a long bar with TVs spread throughout.

Shipmates Restaurant & Sports Bar

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For stiff pours, lots of local craft beer, and bar snacks like burgers and fries, opt for the colorful Shipmates in Ceerritos.

SteelCraft Long Beach

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It doesn’t get any more outdoors than SteelCraft, the container parklet destination in Long Beach where it’s possible to score food from multiple vendors as well as beer for the big game.

String lights and outdoor seats at an open air food hall.
Indoor-outdoor vibes at SteelCraft.
SteelCraft

Jug Jug Sports Bar & Restaurant

For Korean flavors in a dimly lit sports bar environment, get to Jug Jug up in Granada Hills where the soju and short rib platters come out quick.

Paragon Bar and Grill

Not only is Paragon a staple Valley sports-watching spot with lots of TVs and outdoor seating, it’s also auctioning off a free 65-inch TV during the big game.

Mr. Furley's Bar

While the company itself has three locations (including Glendale and a new stop on West Third Street) the Sherman Oaks original remains a hit, offering Valley locals lots of beer, hard alcohol, and stools for catching all the action.

A burger served in a tall bun with a side of potato chips.
A burger from Mr. Furley’s.
Mr. Furley’s Bar

5 Line Tavern

Eagle Rock’s Five Line Tavern has been serving from its massive lineup of beers (50 taps on all) for more than a decade, and for the Super Bowl will up the ante with all the TVs on and cocktails and snacks galore.

Electric Owl

Hollywood’s Electric Owl will have the game on at the outdoor bar, which means lots of fans ready to enjoy tavern-style pizzas and burgers from Ernesto Uchimura, one of LA’s best chefs.

A dripping cheese burger with bacon on a tall bun.
A burger from Electric Owl.
Farley Elliott

I|O Rooftop Hollywood

Catch Hollywood views and all the football action from the IO Rooftop at the Godfrey Hotel in Hollywood. Expect cocktails and a 70-foot-all projection screen for the big game, in addition to the usual menu that includes a full lineup of sushi.

A view across the valley to the Hollywood sign at daytime.
Rooftop views.
IO Rooftop

Cheers Bar and Grill

San Gabriel’s no-fuss sports bar favorite, Cheers, has a parking lot filled with seats and TVs and is also offering indoor seating and a menu of options like mozzarella sticks, wings, burgers, and more upscale fare.

An open-faced fried chicken sandwich with lots of slaw and sauce.
Fried chicken sandwich at Cheers.
Cheers

33 Taps Silver Lake

For pure TV overload get to 33 Taps in Silver Lake, where the primary indoor dining room is corner to corner with screens. Obviously burgers, nachos, and beer help, too.

A wraparound dining room with TVs during the day.
Inside 33 Taps in Silver Lake.
33 Taps

40 Love

The H.Wood Group’s busy 40 Love sports bar is an indoor-outdoor option for the West Hollywood set eager to enjoy wings, tequila drinks, and a more upscale atmosphere.

40 Love’s outdoor seating and TVs in West Hollywood
A lush outdoor space for sports watching.
40 Love

Garduno's Sports Bar and Grill

Garduno’s in El Monte is a few-frills spot for catching the game while downing nachos, cheap beers, and more Mexican fare. Expect booths and TVs spread across the dining area.

Homebound Brew Haus

Part brewery, part Art Deco showpiece, this Union Station-attached project offers seating a’plenty along with snacks, beer brewed in house, and more.

Imperial Western Downtown LA Brewing Streamliner’s interior, an art deco masterpiece.
The interior of Homebound.
Wonho Frank Lee

Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.

Boyle Heights’ Brooklyn Ave. Pizza Co. is an ideal stop for the game thanks to plenty of TVs and a classic menu that offers wings, pizza, and drinks.

For fantastic pizza on an iconic street corner in Boyle Heights: Brooklyn Ave Pizza Co.
Pizza from Brooklyn Ave.
Matthew Kang

Sonny McLean's Irish Pub

Sonny McLean’s is about as classic as it gets. This staple Westside Irish pub has ample outdoor seating and more than two dozen total TVs, meaning everyone will get a view.

A server pours a drink at an Irish bar as TVs play in the background.
Sonny McLean’s
Sonny McLean’s

The Wood Urban Kitchen

This two-year-old sports bar and lounge brings barbecue staples into the mix, and right from the heart of Inglewood. Hear the distant cheers from the nearby game while enjoying outdoor seats with views to multiple screens.

An overhead shot of saucy meat from a barbecue restaurant, including very bark-heavy ribs from the Woods restaurant.
Barbecue from the Wood Urban Kitchen
Farley Elliott

ShoresLAX

Don’t want to venture too far from LAX? Try the rooftop and poolside lounge at ShoresLAX, where three large outdoor TV screens will capture all the action.

A side view from a table out a glass window to an airport beyond.
Indoor-outdoor seating.
Jenni Aceret

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Wing House

The focus at South Gate’s simple Wing House is obviously on the food, but don’t let the laid-back vibe detract from the craft beers and wraparound TV views.

Flights Sports Bar

Hawhorne hotspot Flights is a busy destination for wings, loaded fries, and all the action across multiple TVs.

The Brews Hall

For ocean-adjacent viewing, check out the Brews Hall in Hermosa aBeach, home to a variety of cocktails, overclocked burgers, and a long bar with TVs spread throughout.

Shipmates Restaurant & Sports Bar

For stiff pours, lots of local craft beer, and bar snacks like burgers and fries, opt for the colorful Shipmates in Ceerritos.

SteelCraft Long Beach

It doesn’t get any more outdoors than SteelCraft, the container parklet destination in Long Beach where it’s possible to score food from multiple vendors as well as beer for the big game.

String lights and outdoor seats at an open air food hall.
Indoor-outdoor vibes at SteelCraft.
SteelCraft

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