1739 is a two-story bar on Vermont in Los Feliz that’s busy almost all the time, from early morning Tuesday soccer matches to late-night playoff baseball games. But Sunday mornings for football are the best time to be here - they have a solid brunch menu (go for the brunch burger), and you’ll be surrounded by East Coast transplants cheering on their far-away hometown teams (although this does mean you’ll have to deal with a few obnoxious Patriots fans).
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