Confession time: Not that I am particularly into the game itself but I do love the ads, the half time show, and just the all around general camaraderie the event brings about so here are some spots in the L.A. metro area you can check out to watch the game, pick up food for your house parties and enjoy some game day brews!
Venues to watch the game:
Corner Cantina, Spring St. Bar, Library Bar, The Fountain and Beelman’s will all be showing the game. Corner Cantina, Spring St. and Beelman’s will be showing with sound!
The Henry - If you’re not super serious about football but you still want to be peripherally part of the action and you love a good boozy brunch, this is a great spot. Enjoy a tableside Bloody Mary and mimosa cart along with a Rancheros Breakfast Bowl while you enjoy the Sunday shenanigans.
Toca Madera - For more visually stunning design, choose this award-winning modern hangout as you indulge in churro waffles and Mexican omelets.
Venues to pick up food for parties:
Winston Pies - Their special Touchdown Piejust for the event features a dark chocolate cookie (gluten free!) crust, light and fluffy peanut butter mousse, and milk chocolate and pretzels toppin.
Humphry Slocombe - The artisanal ice cream brand known for its unconventional flavors accepts orders via Amazon Prime and Goldbelly so you can have your fill of some of their game day flavors like Secret Breakfast(signature bourbon ice cream with cornflakes) or Blue Bottle Vietnamese Coffee(rich coffee, chicory root and condensed milk).
Tocaya Organica - The popular fresh-casual Modern Organic Mexican concept offers with its catering a variety of ‘build your own’ bowl or taco bar options with your choice of vegan or non-vegan available for delivery or pick up.
Brews for the big game:
The Stalking Horse Brewery & Freehouse, 6th& La Brea Brewery and Restaurant, Bluebird Brasserie, which are part of New Original Breweries, have launched beer to go in 32-oz cans called Crowlers.
Beelman’s - The100% plant based Asian pub in DTLA will be showing the game and offering specials on libations. Chef Caroline Concha’s "Super Sloppy Snacks" for the big game include Classic Dog, Impossible Burger, Steak Fries and Tater Tots.
Tony’s Darts Away – The vegan-friendly restaurant and craft beer bar in Burbank is featuring an all craft and draft beer menu, all from California, will be showing the Super Bowl game and offering two additional flavors of their signature vegan wings, Sweet Teriyaki and Habanero, alongside traditional flavors such as BBQ and Buffalo Sauce.
The Old Chalet - The Eagle Rock neighborhood bar with an expansive craft beer and cocktail selection, and classic bar games, will be showing the Super Bowl on the big screen and opening early for the day, with Happy Hour pricing available until 7pm.
The Crack Shack - The gourmet fast casual fried chicken concept from Chef Richard Blais has got you covered around the *cluck* with the Pasadena Happy Hour 3pm-6pm serving deals on cocktails, beers, wines along with Crack Snacks. Share the Chicken Lollipops, Spicy Biscuit Sliders or MexicanPoutine.
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