Photography Provided By: Rock and Brews
Photography Provided By: Rock and Brews

Our Favorite Places to Watch Football on the Westside of LA

Rams or Chargers? Cheer on Your Favorite Team at These LA Spots

Football szn is officially here, which means it’s time to throw on your jersey and head to the nearest pub! We’ve been waiting months for a reason to drink beer, and now we’ve got one. But before you turn on the tube and spend your Sundays on the couch, we’d like to introduce our favorite sports bars in LA. With beer on draft, tasty fare and plenty of flat screens for optimal viewing, you’ll quickly realize why these 7 pubs are total touchdowns. Here’s to big punts and even bigger pints! Los Angeles Sports Bars

 

Rock & Brews

Football on over 20 big screens, a beer and burger in hand and an undeniable rock ‘n’ roll vibe—what’s more American than that?! This sports-lovers’ destination will be your new favorite spot to cheer on your team with family and friends. With a spacious and bustling atmosphere that’s paired with finger-lickin’ good food, don’t think twice about where you’ll be on game day. Rock & Brews has recently teamed up with rock legend Alice Cooper for a thrilling, one-of-a-kind burger—The Poison Burger. Featuring Alice Cooper’s Poison Reaper hot sauce and jalapenos, dare to take part in the #poisonchallenge and devour this spicy burger. 

Locations: Buena Park, Corona, El Segundo, Redondo Beach, Tustin 

Los Angeles Sports Bar

The Brews Hall

If you really want me up before noon on a Sunday there has to be a very big bottle of champagne involved. The Brews Hall offers a football brunch on Saturdays and Sundays that will ensure you never want to watch the big game on your couch ever again. When you go, we suggest ordering either their DIY mimosas (which comes with a full bottle of champagne and a variety of juices) or the George Lopez Michelada with a chamoy and Tajin rim. If you are hungry, you have plenty of options to choose from. We would pair the michelada with their huevos rancheros and pair the DIY mimosas with a second round of DIY mimosas. The Brews Hall offers plenty of large screen TVs and projectors throughout each location so you will feel like you are in the stadium from any seat in the house!

Locations: Del Amo, Hermosa Beach

 

Firestone Walker Brewing 

Sit back and relax at Firestone Walker Brewing Co.’s Venice taproom. Sip on a classic 805, Mind Haze or one of their exclusive Venice-only beers as you watch your favorite team during the best season of them all: football season. After your team takes home a big win, stop in The Propagator store and pick up some growlers to take home with you! 

Location: Venice

Los Angeles Sports Bars

3rd Base LA 

You simply can’t watch a football game without digging into game-worthy food (think crispy fried wings, street tacos and fried chicken sandwiches). 3rd Base LA is an elevated sports hangout, serving gourmet farm-to-table bar food and refreshing, handcrafted cocktails in a lively indoor/outdoor space. 

Location: Hollywood

 

Brennan’s

Marina del Rey’s beloved Brennan’s ups the ante for sporting events with their dog-friendly outdoor sports court. Eat, drink and play while watching your favorite team go head to head (literally). This vintage-style pub boasts 16 rotating taps of craft beer that pair perfectly with their “Damn Good” pizzas.

Local Insight: For over 40 years, Brennan’s has hosted legendary “Turtle Races” every first and third Thursday of each month.

Location: Marina del Rey

Los Angeles Sports Bars

American Junkie

Hermosa Beach’s American Junkie is one of LA’s most ideal spots to watch America’s favorite game. With an abundance of comfortable indoor and outdoor seating, your options are endless for prime viewing on one of the bar’s 40+ plasma TVs. After the game ends, stay and experience some of Hermosa Beach’s best nightlife.

Local Insight: American Junkie supports local business by serving 95% USA-made products.

Location: Hermosa Beach

 

The Brixton

Located just off Pico Blvd in Santa Monica, The Brixton offers comfort food and craft beer at a competitive price. “We are proud to serve happy hour from 3:30-7:30 p.m., seven days a week, 365 days a year with no exceptions, including the Super Bowl,” says owner David Schlesinger. Avoid the pain of finding parking and enjoy the free lot located behind the pub. 

Location: Santa Monica 

Los Angeles Sports Bars

About the author

Taylor is a graduate from the University of Southern California with a degree in journalism. She is our Los Angeles and Orange County editor. You can find her dining at a new restaurant, in the ocean or planning her next adventure. Say hello!

Allie Lebos graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2017 with a BA in Communication. While in school she was a staff writer at The Daily Nexus for nearly two years. Since graduating she has written for The Palisades Magazine, as well as Hidden Hills Magazine. Currently living in Santa Monica, Allie loves to indulge in good food, hot yoga, and daily walks along the beach; writing articles on travel, special events, as well as features on local businesses and individuals.

Trending

14 Waterfront Restaurants in Orange County With Unforgettable Views
Make a Splash With the 14 Coolest Pools in Palm Springs
Bare It All: Here Are 8 of the Best Nude Resorts in California
10 Resorts With the Freshest Poolside Cocktails in All of Southern California

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER

INTERESTS

Related Content

Our 21 Favorite Places for Breakfast in San Diego in 2021

While we know there’s no shortage of hotspot eateries in San Diego, it’s time to take a look at ones that feature the most important meal of the day: breakfast! Whether you’re into savory bacon and eggs or sweet Belgian waffles, there’s surely something for every breakfaster to enjoy—even those who claim they don’t eat breakfast (crazy, we know). It’s time to wake up and smell the pancakes; these amazing breakfast spots in San Diego are calling your name. And if the food isn’t enough to grab your attention, there are always mimosas!

Read More +

5 Places to Pick Your Perfect Pumpkin in LA

Most of our produce is picked up at the local grocery store and unceremoniously transported home where it is then devoured. On the other hand, pumpkins are the only fruit (look it up, don’t @ me) that we take pictures with. They are in all of our fall photos, we place fake ones on our coffee tables, and we saturate our morning coffee with their essences for six weeks each fall.

Read More +
Join our mailing list.Be the first to know about the best eats, shops, sights and escapes of Southern California.
ENTER TO WIN Our Latest Sweepstakes!

The 2021 BNP Paribas Open Getaway Package Presented by Corona Premier