Where to Watch the Big Game in WeHo
The Los Angeles Rams are headed to the Super Bowl to take on the New England Patriots. Cheer them on at these West Hollywood sports bars for a healthy dose of drinks, food, and competitive spirit.
Taste on Melrose
Casually elegant with a menu filled with American comfort food. Taste on Melrose will play the big game on all TV’s and on a large projector screen with sound. There will be specialty cocktails for $12 and the fun continues with Happy Hour from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Did someone say Fried Chicken Nachos? That’s right! Tortilla Republic will serve $4 Modelos & Coronas and $35 Margarita Pitchers to go along with their delicious nachos. Happy Hour will be from 3 p. m. – 6 p.m.
The London Bar
Korean Style Nachos, Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dogs, and Lobster Tacos? Sounds like a party at The London West Hollywood. The menu also features a selection of California Craft Beers.
E.P. & L.P.
E.P. & L.P.’s Annual Rooftop Viewing Party will show the game on the big screen at either the L.P. rooftop or E.P. restaurant for brunch. There will be a Game Day Menu by Executive Chef Louis Tikaram, DJ’s and more. Doors open at Noon.
Connie and Ted’s
Connie and Ted’s will be open from 10am – 10pm this Sunday and will show the game on their screens by the bar alongside a large TV screen in their communal seating area.
This is the place to be for all things sports. Their menu is described as “gourmet stadium food” and their drinks are named after Los Angeles athletes. Take a sip of the The Left Arm of God (Sandy Koufax), The Magic Hour (Magic Johnson), or The Claw (Clayton Kershaw).
The Naughty Pig
The newest bar on the Sunset Strip has multiple TVs to catch the game and even a dance floor (perfect for celebrating home runs!) Their menu is equally impressive—chow down on pizza fries, meatball subs, and giant pretzels.
Den on Sunset
This is the die-hard WeHo sports bar, multiple TVs, including one at the bar, plus cozy fireplaces inside and out on the patio.
No More Heroes
Get into the competitive spirit with an unofficial beer pong tournament during the Big Game at No More Heroes. If beer is not your style, choose from their shaken, stirred, and frozen cocktail selections.
The first and only gay sports bar, GYM spotlights sporting events on ten 52″ HDTVs, offering daily drink specials and sponsorships to several gay sports leagues, from volleyball to water polo. You’ll love it!
Rock & Reilly’s Irish Pub
Sports fans with a taste for spirits or draft beer applaud the big screens on every wall. Chow down on elevated bar food during the game. Check out The Barrel Room in the back. Who’s in for bar games like ring and hook and shuffleboard?
Dive into the most raucous sports-themed fiestas in WeHo. The bouncing taco joint shows major sporting events and offers awesome drink specials. Mexican beer, margaritas and tequila shots, anyone?
State Social House
You’ll dig this hip gastropub, your dream destination for every imaginable sport–multiple bars, legendary brunches and 12 big screens. Crave a tightly rolled bundle of fine tobacco? Head downstairs for a cigar in the Smoking Lounge–there are 5 big screens there too.
The wild West cowboy-inspired antics at Saddle Ranch (think mechanical bull–yeehaw!) bring a new kind rowdy to your Sunset Strip adventure. Warmed up by a campfire pit or inside the saloon with a whiskey neat in front of huge screens.
Every day is Fiesta Time at Fiesta Cantina (from 4-8PM and 10:10PM-12:30AM) where you can enjoy 2-for-1 drink specials. Catch the game on their extra large HD flat screens then head up to the rooftop deck to enjoy a margarita during halftime.
Fiesta Cantina’s sister location on the Sunset Strip also offers drinks specials 7 days a week and extra large HD flat screens to catch the game. Whether your team wins or loses, order a 36 oz. Patron Margarita at Cabo Cantina to celebrate being in good company.
Header image by David Pease.