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Bludso's Bar & Que
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Elizabeth Daniels

Where to Eat on Super Bowl Sunday in Los Angeles

Since saying "Super Bowl" isn't a thing anymore, chances are the "Super Bowl Party" is also cancelled-- so check out the last game of the NFL season at one of these L.A. restaurants or bars.

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Bludso's Bar & Que
| Elizabeth Daniels

The Super Bowl is an exciting time for marketing buffs, fans of carb-and-protein-laden pub food and, if you care about football, the fanbases for exactly two NFL teams. Though usually now is the time to show off that comically massive Black Friday TV, thousands of Angelenos without impressive screens or an inclination to cook and clean will flock to bars and restaurants in the Greater Los Angeles area to catch what's quickly becoming not only the biggest NFL game of the year, but practically a national holiday.

So whether you’re ordering catering for a big game bash or want to spend it without the hassle at a restaurant or bar, here are 16 places to ensure that good food and drink can be had for the Super Bowl — even if you’re spending it like members of your favorite team and, in all likelihood, watching it on TV.

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Mud Hen Tavern

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Make no bones about it: Mud Hen Tavern is a Seahawks bar, so don’t be surprised if Legion of Boom supporters are out in full force downing $5 bottomless mimosas in the first half at Susan Feniger's Hollywood outpost.

Venice Whaler Bar & Grill

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Don’t just go for pigskin — go for the whole hog. Executive Chef Nick Liberato will be roasting an entire pig on the patio at this Venice institution. Expect plenty of porky goodness served tailgate-style with chimichurri, white beans, cornbread and cole slaw. If you’re not inclined to swine, the Whaler’s menu is available, in addition to $5 pickle backs and $15 buckets of house beer.

The Moose Den

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The Glendale watering hole is terming Super Bowl Sunday “Showdown in Arizona,” and promises an all-day Happy Hour (from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.). Be sure to show up early to take part in the Football Pool and take in one (or five) of the bar’s various craft beers.

Barrel & Ashes

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The up-and-coming barbecue restaurant in the 818 will be holding a Super Bowl Party on Super Sunday; if you haven’t tried this carnivore’s dream just yet, Super Bowl Sunday might be as good an opportunity as any.

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The picnic-style, booze-infused outpost of the famous Compton BBQ joint will be debuting chicken wings (6 for $6) in addition to discounted beers.

Five0Four

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The Saints didn’t make the playoffs this year, but the bon temps will roulet regardless at this New Orleans themed restaurant and bar on Super Sunday. Expect $12 jugs of beer and 2 for 1 shots for the big game, in addition to an extensive menu of solid N’awlins fare.

Biergarten

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Koreatown’s most popular football spot is taking reservations for Super Bowl Sunday and it’s sure to be a big one; games play on a projector and servers plan to roll out Korean Hot Wings, Short Rib Nachos and Poutine by the ton.

Backstage Bar & Grill

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This Seahawks nesting ground is offering 20 wings for $10 and happy hour pricing for Super Bowl Sunday.

Petty Cash Taqueria

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Walter Manzke’s upscale taco joint will be holding a Super Bowl party beginning at noon with Tequila Tapatio cocktail specials.

The Doughroom

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The Italian-themed gastropub serves up affordably priced personal pizzas and pasta in addition to artisanal wines and craft beers. Be sure to check out the Sausage Party, which is definitely the name of a pepperoni, sausage and sopressata pizza—and not a snarky dig at the establishment’s clientele.

Islands Restaurant

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The Carlsbad-based chain is serving up $2.95 Coors Light and discounted sliders and nachos for the big game. Say what you will about the place being a chain, but don’t even pretend you don’t like their Kona Pie and french fries.

Wirtshaus

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Wirsthaus is offering a Super Bowl edition of its popular Kegs and Eggs (and Sausage) Brunch. For a fixed price diners can have eggs prepared to order, a choice of one of Wirsthaus’s sausages, fried potatoes and all-you-can-drink draft beer, which means it’s probably the manliest way to take in the game outside of actually playing in it.

Basement Tavern

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The Basement Tavern is offering an all-night happy hour and burgers and dogs with drink purchases. If football isn’t your thing, be sure to stick around after for their Reggae Sunday after-party.

Magnolia House

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The swanky Pasadena craft cocktail bar is serving up $6 well drinks, $5 draft beers and a special house party punch for $5. The drink specials run from 3:30 p.m. until the end of the game.

Tony's Darts Away

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The actual NFL football might be made from cowhide, but vegans who want to take in the big game might appreciate the vegan hot dogs at Tony’s Darts Away, which come in Italian, Kielbasa and Mexican Chorizo varieties.

Sonny McLean's

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Boston sports fans might feel a bit deflated with the lack of options in town for a bar that supports their team, but Sonny McLean’s answers the call, replete with a menu that includes fried Ipswitch clams and lobster rolls. Air out your grievances about incessant media coverage concerning scandalous ball inflations and support the Pats as Tom Brady tries to win yet another Super Bowl.

Mud Hen Tavern

Make no bones about it: Mud Hen Tavern is a Seahawks bar, so don’t be surprised if Legion of Boom supporters are out in full force downing $5 bottomless mimosas in the first half at Susan Feniger's Hollywood outpost.

Venice Whaler Bar & Grill

Don’t just go for pigskin — go for the whole hog. Executive Chef Nick Liberato will be roasting an entire pig on the patio at this Venice institution. Expect plenty of porky goodness served tailgate-style with chimichurri, white beans, cornbread and cole slaw. If you’re not inclined to swine, the Whaler’s menu is available, in addition to $5 pickle backs and $15 buckets of house beer.

The Moose Den

The Glendale watering hole is terming Super Bowl Sunday “Showdown in Arizona,” and promises an all-day Happy Hour (from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.). Be sure to show up early to take part in the Football Pool and take in one (or five) of the bar’s various craft beers.

Barrel & Ashes

The up-and-coming barbecue restaurant in the 818 will be holding a Super Bowl Party on Super Sunday; if you haven’t tried this carnivore’s dream just yet, Super Bowl Sunday might be as good an opportunity as any.

Bludso's Bar & Que

The picnic-style, booze-infused outpost of the famous Compton BBQ joint will be debuting chicken wings (6 for $6) in addition to discounted beers.

Five0Four

The Saints didn’t make the playoffs this year, but the bon temps will roulet regardless at this New Orleans themed restaurant and bar on Super Sunday. Expect $12 jugs of beer and 2 for 1 shots for the big game, in addition to an extensive menu of solid N’awlins fare.

Biergarten

Koreatown’s most popular football spot is taking reservations for Super Bowl Sunday and it’s sure to be a big one; games play on a projector and servers plan to roll out Korean Hot Wings, Short Rib Nachos and Poutine by the ton.

Backstage Bar & Grill

This Seahawks nesting ground is offering 20 wings for $10 and happy hour pricing for Super Bowl Sunday.

Petty Cash Taqueria

Walter Manzke’s upscale taco joint will be holding a Super Bowl party beginning at noon with Tequila Tapatio cocktail specials.

The Doughroom

The Italian-themed gastropub serves up affordably priced personal pizzas and pasta in addition to artisanal wines and craft beers. Be sure to check out the Sausage Party, which is definitely the name of a pepperoni, sausage and sopressata pizza—and not a snarky dig at the establishment’s clientele.

Islands Restaurant

The Carlsbad-based chain is serving up $2.95 Coors Light and discounted sliders and nachos for the big game. Say what you will about the place being a chain, but don’t even pretend you don’t like their Kona Pie and french fries.

Wirtshaus

Wirsthaus is offering a Super Bowl edition of its popular Kegs and Eggs (and Sausage) Brunch. For a fixed price diners can have eggs prepared to order, a choice of one of Wirsthaus’s sausages, fried potatoes and all-you-can-drink draft beer, which means it’s probably the manliest way to take in the game outside of actually playing in it.

Basement Tavern

The Basement Tavern is offering an all-night happy hour and burgers and dogs with drink purchases. If football isn’t your thing, be sure to stick around after for their Reggae Sunday after-party.

Magnolia House

The swanky Pasadena craft cocktail bar is serving up $6 well drinks, $5 draft beers and a special house party punch for $5. The drink specials run from 3:30 p.m. until the end of the game.

Tony's Darts Away

The actual NFL football might be made from cowhide, but vegans who want to take in the big game might appreciate the vegan hot dogs at Tony’s Darts Away, which come in Italian, Kielbasa and Mexican Chorizo varieties.

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Sonny McLean's

Boston sports fans might feel a bit deflated with the lack of options in town for a bar that supports their team, but Sonny McLean’s answers the call, replete with a menu that includes fried Ipswitch clams and lobster rolls. Air out your grievances about incessant media coverage concerning scandalous ball inflations and support the Pats as Tom Brady tries to win yet another Super Bowl.

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