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Atwater’s local sports bar, Link n Hops, feels like a national chain restaurant - think slick logo that lacks personality and an interior that’s just a smidge too shiny - but as everyone in the area knows, this the best place to grab a pint and watch the game. (It’s also their only location, after a recent closing in Sunland.) In typical sports bar fashion, there are TV screens on nearly every surface as well as a full row of craft beer on tap. The titular links are quite good as well - thick, juicy sausages that are cozied up in buns and topped with onions, garlic, and spices. If you’re with some friends, get the traditional platter so you don’t have to choose, leaving room to argue about more pressing matters, like if Mookie Betts is better at baseball or bowling.

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Where To Eat & Drink In Atwater Village

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Where To Eat & Drink In Atwater Village

The best restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and ice cream in Atwater Village.

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The LA Sports Bar Directory

It doesn’t matter what team you root for - we’ve got a sports bar for you. More than 200 of them, actually.

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