Dodgers World Series Food Deals

It’s time for Dodger baseball! This week the Dodgers begin their World Series showdown versus the Astros and the entire city is celebrating through drink and food specials that include $2 beers, $1 shots of whiskey and more. We’ve got a few choice options on where to watch the big games and get a few tasty deals to boot.

Bon Appétit!

Where To Eat During The World Series

The Dodgers are back in the World Series for the first time since 1988. Now some of the city’s bars are gearing up to help all Dodger fans celebrate. Check out our top picks of bars and resturants offering specials.

The Mixing Room at JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE will be serving a special Kershaw’s Curveball tequila sour featuring a white baseball with blue stitching foam art.

Baldoria will offer an all-night happy hour on World Series game days. For every Dodger home run the bar will serve $1 shots of whiskey. If the Dodgers win the World Series, anyone at the bar during game day will receive a free glass of champagne.

Brack Shop Tavern in DTLA will give out free appetizers (one per table) for guests wearing Dodger gear on World Series game days.

Dog Haus biergarten locations located in USC, Alhambra and Old Pasadena Green Street will offer it’s Happy Hour deals from game start to finish.

Public School on Tap gastropub has added in a large projector in the dining room of its Downtown Los Angeles location for special screenings of the game. Additionally, “Recess” (aka Happy Hour) is held everyday from 3 to 7 p.m., with specially priced drinks and bites.

The Standing Room is showing the World Series and they’re doing an off-menu chili cheese hot dog plus one draft beer for $10.

Laurel Tavern in Hermosa Beach will be airing the game on its TVs and large wall projector, the second largest screen in the South Bay!.

Lost at Sea in Old Town Pasadena will offer $2 beers on World Series game days to guests who post an Instagram photo wearing a Dodger hat.

DTLA’s Prank Bar will offer a Turner-Taylor Triple Header the bars rendition of the Dodger Dog for $15. The drink special is My Blue Heaven made with blanco tequila, butterfly pea flowers, agave, fresh lime and a touch of Himalayan sea salt for $7.

Article courtesy of We Like LA.

Rodeo Realty’s Brentwood agent Mark Handler reps Angels third baseman, Yunel Escobar

Rodeo Realty’s Brentwood agent, Mark Handler, is mentioned in the Los Angeles Times for representing Angels third baseman, Yunel Escobar with his latest lease.

The baseball player, now in his second season with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, leased a home the in Newport Coast community for $14,000 a month.

The two-story home has an open floor plan and includes a center island kitchen, living and dining rooms, three fireplaces, four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, and a separate guest casita. The spacious master suite and balcony comes with a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island. The suite is also equipped with a private library

The backyard has a custom waterfall, an outdoor Viking BBQ, and a salt-water pool and spa.

To read the LA Times feature on this property, click HERE.

Rodeo Realty's Brentwood agent Mark Handler reps Dodgers pitcher Kenta Maeda in home purchase


Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Kenta Maeda has bought a newly built home in Santa Monica for $3.795 million, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Mark Handler of Rodeo Realty Brentwood is mentioned by the newspaper for representing the professional baseball player in his home purchase.


The New England-inspired traditional offers an open floor plan with 5 bedrooms, all ensuite, a study and den, a loft, and 7 bathrooms.

According to the LA Times, the two-story home, built this year, features detailed molding and wainscoting, a chef’s kitchen, a swimming pool and spa, outdoor fireplace, and a built-in barbecue.

Maeda, 28, signed an incentive-based contract with the Dodgers at the beginning of the year that guaranteed him $25 million—and could be worth more than $100 million over eight seasons, reports the LA Times.

To read the LA Times article, click HERE.

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