Even though Los Angeles’s hometown teams won’t be competing in the NFL Super Bowl this year, there’s still reason to celebrate. After all, the big game is considered by most folks in America to be something of a national holiday, meaning there are lots of excuses to drink more, eat more, and scream at the television more than ever before.
This year’s contest pits the San Francisco 49ers against the Kansas City Chiefs, a storied franchise that hasn’t been to a Super Bowl in half a century. The action goes down on Sunday starting at 3:30 p.m., commercials and halftime show and all. Here are 10 places to watch the Super Bowl in Los Angeles this year, presented from west to east.Read More