50 "Sports!" restaurants in Los Angeles.
These are the places that A) serve good food and B) have televisions that will be showing any big games. Some of them only serve bar food, but don’t act like that isn't what you want when you're watching sports. Even if your team doesn't win, come hungry and you'll at least leave somewhat happy.
Blue Dog is one of our favorite neighborhood drinking spots in the Valley.
Crawfords Pass is a sports bar in Burbank that's home to some of our favorite hot chicken in the city.
Commerson is a generic-looking seafood restaurant on La Brea with food that’s actually pretty interesting.
DeSano is an old-school casual pizzeria with the best Neapolitan pies in LA.
One of the best sports bars in all of LA, Tony’s Darts Away has a fun atmosphere that never gets too rowdy and some excellent bar food.
Faith & Flower is a Financial District restaurant where everything is over the top, but done right. Use it for pretty much anything, from date night to dinner with your boss. And whatever you do, g...
OB Bear has some of the best bar food in Koreatown, and folks line up early for the chicken wings.
This divey Little Tokyo staple serves solid Asian fusion bar food and recently became known as a craft beer haven as well.
FishBar is a bar/seafood shack on the Northern edge of Manhattan Beach and one of the last truly local spots in the area.
Barney's original location in West Hollywood still has that old-school charm and vibe you want.
Stout is a neighborhood beer and burger spot, done very well. It's not groundbreaking, but it's become a Hollywood staple.
The Morrison is a solid neighborhood bar/restaurant and one of the most dog-friendly spots in LA.