What to Know
Sunday, Feb. 3
Specials, giveaways, game menus
Some parties are ticketed
If it has a screen, and a remote, and the ability to project images and sound, and it is located in Southern California, you can bet that it'll be tuned into Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, Feb. 3.
Of course, not every single television will be broadcasting the Rams trip to Atlanta, where they'll square off against the Patriots. Though, let's be real: A whole buncha-bunch will be, and that's a fact.
And if you swing by a tavern, restaurant, hangout, or bar, you can count on the set stationed just above the liquor bottles to be showing the goalpost-to-goalpost action.
The question, then, if you're not watching at home or a pal's place, is all about where to go. Here are a few of the places revving up for football's most epic event...
Public School: All locations of this comfort foodie favorite will boast Happy Hour all day. Also? There'll be a coin toss, pre-game, for a swag bag and 50% off your tab.
OUE Skyspace LA: Fancy a way, way up there festivity, one that has a VIP vibe? Nab a $60 ticket and enjoy giveaway opportunities, a buffet, and more.
The Fields LA: Look for 23 televisions, spread out over two levels, at this still-new Exposition Park destination. Food specials are solid (think $1 wings).
Baltaire, in Brentwood, will be majorly fooding the game up, with a host of burgers and bites. Plus? Look for five-buck beers and $10 cocktails.
Woodley Proper: Look for loads of edible specials, including a $7 cheeseburger, during the game. Where to go? Head for Encino.
Connie & Ted's: Craving more New England fare? You can still root for the Rams while eating vittles from the Patriots' region. Check out the West Hollywood eatery for more.
E.P. & L.P.: The West Hollywood favorite is taking it to the rooftop, for viewing fun. Plus? There's a delish Game Day Menu, too.
The Morrison: So you're in Atwater Village and you're looking for burgers and bowl-oriented good times? Settle in and watch one of the pub's seven TVs.
Brack Shop Tavern, in DTLA, has tables for sale, for 2 to 7 guests. You'll get a pitcher of Heineken and wing package with your table reservation.
Baldoria, in Little Tokyo, will have a bingo game on, to add an extra layer of excitement. Plus? Two-dollar shots for every "field goal, touchdown, or safety."
Prank: The DTLA hangout will set up a seven-foot projector, oh yeah. As for cocktail specials during commercial breaks? Look to Prank's Wheel of Fun.
The Abbey Food & Bar: The beloved West Hollywood gay landmark boasts a "larger-than-life LED wall," perfect for the game, and $8 hot dog and beer specials, too.
InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown: You'll cheer on the Rams high above LA, so that's cool. Also of note? Your $25 entry includes a three-beer bucked and DJ-helmed after-party.
Rocco's Tavern: If you're a fan of hall-of-famer Eric Dickerson, check out the game-day menu at this local chain, which has a partner in Mr. Dickerson. Several "29"-themed eats'll be part of the party.
The Henry: Like a brunchy atmosphere with your bowl excitement, and carts designated for the making of Bloody Marys and mimosas? This is your spot. (It's in West Hollywood.)
Beelman's: Dig your delectables to be plant-based? And a bit pub-food-y in nature? This is your place. Be in DTLA for the Super Bowl LIII viewing, oh yeah.
Imperial Western Beer Co., at Union Station, will offer $10 pitchers a pop. Buy a pitcher before the game for a raffle ticket (you might score a crowler).
The Garland: Prefer pool-close chillaxing before your Super Bowl thrills? Be in NoHo, where street dogs and 48-ounce pitchers of North Coast's Scrimshaw Pilsner will be on the menu.