The Best Sports Bars to Check Out | L.A. Eats

With football back in season and sporting events being the highlight of fall, there’s no better place to enjoy the big game than at a sports bar. From upscale to local neighborhood favorites, there is a sports bar for every type of reveler. Read on for our pick of the top choices to enjoy your favorite sporting game!


40 Love

Location: West Hollywood

Don’t let the tennis-focused name and decor fool you. The country club-style sports bar, 40 Love, has varying types of sporting events.  Part of the h.Wood Group, this fun WeHo bar offers both indoor and outdoor seating. Enjoy menu items like a Wagyu hot dog and crab cake sliders in addition to burgers, wings, and tacos.

3rd Base LA

Location: Los Angeles

Who doesn’t love an old-fashioned neighborhood bar? Catch your favorite LA team’s this season on the big screens at 3rd Base LA. Cuisine options at this LA sports bar include flatbread pizza, grilled cheese sliders, or steak and fries.

Pijja Palace

Location: Los Angeles

If you happen to be in Silverlake, you’ll want to stop at Pijja Palace. At this pizza parlor/sports bar, you can enjoy the big game on 12 screens and one of LA’s most inventive menus with Desi pizza, pasta, and wings.



Firestone Walker Brewing Company – The Propagator

Location: Venice

Get to Firestone Walker early on game day and enjoy a buzzing atmosphere in the heart of Venice. For tasty bites, this westside sports bar has items like baby back ribs, fish and chips, and pizza. In addition to the food, Firestone Walker Brewing Company offers what its name suggests – beer! Try one of the brewery’s signature brews alongside your game-day meal. 

The Wood Urban Kitchen

Location: Inglewood

With indoor and outdoor seating, Wood Urban Kitchen BBQ’s vibes are always ready for LA’s sports teams. Head over to Inglewood’s ideal spot to get a drink, eat killer brisket, and enjoy the day in the home of the 2022 Super Bowl Champs.

The Firkin Pub & Grill

Location: Long Beach

Gather ‘round sports fans. The Firkin has three big-screen TVs dedicated to game day action on its private patio. Likewise, the pub and grill offer beer, wine, and great bar bites like chicken tenders.



Idle Hour

Location: North Hollywood

At this barrel-shaped whiskey bar, enjoy simple eats like all-day wings and beer specials. Likewise, the sports bar also has whiskey, beer, and other great food options for game day!

Jalapeño Pete’s

Location: Studio City

For those who wish to opt-out of bar food, you’ll find a Mexican menu of tacos galore at Jalapeno Pete’s. Enjoy taco options like al pastor to Pescado to butternut squash, with a range of tequila and mezcal offerings. 

Blue Dog Beer Tavern

Location: Sherman Oaks

If you prefer to catch the game with your furry friend, Blue Dog Tavern is the ideal sports bar for you. As one of the few dog-friendly bars in town, Blue Dog has a patio, a central indoor area to watch a match, and a great happy hour.



Finney’s Crafthouse 

Location: Westlake Village

At Finney’s Crafthouse, take in the brick and wood-accented ambiance for an enhanced sports viewing experience. This Westlake Village spot offers global and American pub grub and craft beer to enjoy the game alongside. 

HQ Gastropub

Location: Woodland Hills

At HQ Gastropub, expect a buzzy environment with a fantastic range of beet and cocktail options. Equally great are the comfort eats in a polished, lofty setup with music & TVs to enjoy the game on.

King’s Fish House

Location: Calabasas

At King’s Fish House, you can go for seaside far with the restaurant’s extensive menu of fish and seafood options. In addition, the restaurant offers a great range of beer, wine, and cocktails to choose from.