Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Los Angeles

Wanna know where to watch the Super Bowl in Los Angeles?  Everywhere!  EVERY single bar, restaurant, hotel lounge, barber shop, and bowling alley will be showing the game on at least one screen.  For our international guests, watching the Super Bowl with American fans is a chance of a lifetime.  Load up on pizza, wings, burgers, potato chips, guacamole, potato skins, sliders, dips, and tons of beer.  Don’t have a favorite team?  Pick one:  The New England Patriots vs. The Atlanta Falcons.  The game starts at 330PM PST on Super Bowl Sunday, February 5th, 2017.  If you’re not into the game, just watch the commercials and the halftime show with Lady GaGa.

Here’s a few local favorites:

Super Bowl Sunday on The Sunset Strip

Super Bowl Sunday on The Sunset Strip

The Sunset Strip is loaded with bars and restaurants such as Pearl’s Liquor Bar, The Roxy, The Rainbow Bar & Grill, 1 OAK, Eveleigh, Church Key, State Social House, Pono Burger, The Pikey and Hyde Lounge.

Cahuenga Boulevard between Hollywood and Sunset has tons of spots, including, Kitchen 24, Stout, St. Felix, Velvet Margarita, Aventine, and Outpost.  The wildest spot will most likely be the sports bar, Big Wangs.  Nearby at the Hollywood & Highland Complex, Dave & Busters, as well as Lucky Strike bowling lanes should be festive as well..

Santa Monica Boulevard has the always popular Barney’s Beanery, which is sure to be jam-packed with sports fans…and the spirits of Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin.

Super Bowl Sunday in West Hollywood

Super Bowl Sunday in West Hollywood

Nearby, for the gay-friendly football fans, watch the game at Trunks, Revolver, Mother Lode, Abbey, Chapel, Flaming Saddles, Mickey’s, Rage and of course Gym Bar.

Glitterati Tours wishes all a happy Super Bowl Sunday (extra Sunday Funday), and not to preach, but don’t drink and drive.  Trust that the LAPD, Beverly Hills Police Department, and the West Hollywood Sheriffs will be working overtime this day to keep our roads safe.  A driving under the influence charge in California will set you back about $10,000, when an Uber or taxi is about $5 to $10 to most local locations.  In West Hollywood, look for The WeHo Pickup shuttle service.  This usually runs along the parallel streets of Sunset and Santa Monica boulevards to make bar-hopping a breeze.