The LA Live sports bar mega-chain is a qualified bro-extravaganza, but whether you’re going to watch the game on TV or in person later at Staples across the street, Yard House is where it all begins. The food isn’t great (and will set you back a day’s worth of caloric intake), but the 100+ beer taps speak for themselves. Just eat beforehand and don’t get mad when you can’t find a seat.
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23rd Street Cafe
23rd Street Cafe is a bare-bones spot serving Mexican-Indian fusion food that is a proven cure for most emotional and physical ailments.
Sticky Rice is a stall inside Grand Central Market and home to the best panang curry in the city.
Bernadette’s is a cool, casual, 1970′s-themed bar in downtown without any of the shtick you’re probably picturing in your mind.
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Eszett is an Austrian-ish spot on Sunset in Silver Lake, and an ideal place when you want to do date night a little differently.
Cafe Bleu in Koreatown doesn’t serve French food, but it is a sports bar that makes some decent tacos.
The Whisper Restaurant & Lounge
The Whisper looks like another mediocre mall restaurant, but the food and drinks at this spot inside The Grove are surprisingly not-awful.
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