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.
The Greyhound in Glendale is a solid new sports bar from the people behind the original Highland Park location.
Broxton Brew in Westwood Village is a solid bar and restaurant in a striking space.
San Francisco Saloon in West LA is the bar to be at if you love everything beer, football, and Joe Montana.
The Stalking Horse is a very fun, very English brewpub in Cheviot Hills.
Rasselbock is a Long Beach biergarten that’s also one of the city’s best places to watch a game.
JP’s Sports Bar & Grill is a great Santa Monica dive bar that’s the perfect last stop on a night out.
Sonny McLean’s is a Santa Monica sports bar that doesn’t feel like a Santa Monica sports bar - in a good way.
OB Bear has some of the best bar food in Koreatown, and folks line up early for the chicken wings.
Brennan’s is a pub in Venice that serves pizza, has a great beer list, and hosts some very popular turtle races.
The Shelby is a restaurant and bar in Beverly Grove that serves good steaks and sandwiches.
Hyperion Public is a sports bar in Studio City with a good crowd for football games, and an excellent bottomless brunch.
Crawfords Pass is a sports bar in Burbank that's home to some of our favorite hot chicken in the city.
Jay’s Bar in Silver Lake is the kind of dark, divey bar that’s a great place to start or end your night.
Barney’s Beanery in Redondo is a more low-key location of this sports bar mini-chain, with bar games, nachos, and a water view.