Football season is finally here, and we couldn’t be more excited! The only thing better than tuning in to the big game is doing it with our fellow fans while enjoying a cold brew and some tasty bar food.
Are you looking for a new place to catch all of the NFL and college games? Check out this list of our favorite hot spots in the LA area.
Tony’s Darts Away – Burbank, CA
With a neighborhood pub vibe and plenty of craft beers, Tony’s Darts Away is always a great choice for football fans. Their menu features both vegan and non-vegan dishes with plenty of fun options like Becky’s Bad Ass Buffalo Potatoes, Street Meat Sausages, and the Bullseye Burger made with vegan “impossible burger” patties. They also serve brunch on weekends from 10 until 3, so you can get an early start on game day.
The Woodman – Sherman Oaks, Ca
A local gastropub that never disappoints, The Woodman has plenty of flat-screen TVs for your viewing pleasure. Their extensive food and drink menus offer a wide variety of options that are sure to please everyone in your party.
Whether you’re in the mood for an unfiltered local ale or a chocolate fernet martini, this place has got you covered! Come early to enjoy the weekend brunch, or tempt your palate with a delicious bacon burger, chicken biscuit sliders, or some spicy hot wings.
The Parlor – Los Angeles, CA
With over 50 televisions, a large outdoor patio with fire pits, two bars, and over 10,000 square feet of space, The Parlor is a strong contender for the best football viewing spot in LA.
Try one of their premium craft cocktails or a traditional cold brew and enjoy their wide selection of American comfort food. We recommend the Poke Nachos, Lamb Schwarma, or the BBQ Brisket Grilled Cheese. In the mood for brunch? Don’t miss the Chicken and Waffles or the Bergamont French Toast.
Bludso’s Bar & Que – Los Angeles, CA
For Sunday games, Bludso’s Bar & Que is the place to be! This place has plenty of room and lots of TVs, so there’s not a bad seat in the house.
Best of all, from 10 am until noon, you can snag breakfast tacos made with pastrami, beef brisket, or potatoes and wash them down with a signature “Bludy Mary” or 2-4-1 grapefruit mimosas. Not an early bird? No worries! You can enjoy their dry-rubbed smoked meats and made-from-scratch homestyle sides all day long.
The Nickel Mine – Los Angeles, CA
A spacious, brick-walled bar with plenty of TVs, The Nickel Mine pleases visitors with their New-York-style pizza, delicious wings, and an impressive whiskey selection. They also have more than two-dozen beers on tap, a dozen different wines, and an exciting craft cocktail menu. You’ll definitely want to check out their weekend brunch from 11 until 3 with awesome options like cinnamon knots, potato hash, and breakfast burritos.
Take Care of Your Fall Vehicle Maintenance Before the Big Game
Football season means that it’s also time to take care of your fall vehicle maintenance. At The Haus, we’ll get you in and out fast so you don’t miss a minute of the big game. Contact us today to schedule your appointment!