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7 Fun Options For Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Los Angeles (2016)

February 4, 2016 by Brian Champlin

Got plans for where to watch the Super Bowl this year?

Whether you’re a Broncos fan, a Panthers fan, or have no real rooting interest, you have to admit it’s always better watching the Super Bowl with big group and plenty of tasty snacks (and drinks!) to go around.

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To that end we’ve put together a quick  rundown (in no particular order) of  spots in and around Los Angeles providing special food deals and festivities in celebration of the big game for 2016.

Enjoy!

Morrison Pub LA

Image via The Morrison Pub

1. The Morrison Pub

Los Feliz sports joint, The Morrison Pub will throw a huge party ALL DAY on Super Bowl Sunday. There will be an extra large TV set up outside and the game will be broadcasted live throughout the restaurant with the volume up. The Morrison’s entire parking lot will be covered with a tent for indoor and outdoor entertainment. Food and drink specials such as appetizers, dessert, beer & cocktails will be offered, including “Super Bowl” themed crafted cocktails made just for the day. Brunch will be available until 2:00pm and daily Happy Hour will happen 3:00pm – 7:00pm.

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2. Doug Benson Watches the Superbowl + Pot Luck!

Looking for some comic relief during the Super Bowl? I think we have what you are looking for. Doug Benson is having a Superbowl viewing party and pot luck. It’s totally free BUT you need to bring a dish for the potluck don’t be the guy with two bags of chips or you’ll get some side eye and no one will speak to you. The fun happens at Cinefamily from 2:00pm – 7:00pm. Register via link below!

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3. HACHÉ LA

Silver Lake’s new age burger joint is serving burgers, beers and Bottomless Mimosas on Super Bowl Sunday. Watch Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos take on Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers on the sunny patio and order up succulent chopped steak burgers, house-made Guacamole & Chips and Bottomless Mimosas to sip on throughout the entire game. Don’t skip dessert their Cookie Butter Frozen Custard whipped up with liquid nitrogen is delicious.

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4. Sausal

El Segundo’s new Nuevo Rancho hotspot will feature three new tailgate-friendly specials from 2:00pm – 7:00pm, including comfort food master Chef Anne Conness’ Chicken Wings tossed in housemade adobo sauce, Pork Chili Verde Nachos, and Queso. Wash ‘em down at any seat in the house with drink specials ($2 off ) like the signature Rancho Margarita and the restaurant’s exclusive brews.

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5. Venice Whaler

Party at the Venice Whaler! Watch the Carolina Panthers play the Denver Broncos, upstairs in the Crow’s Nest on the sunny balcony or opt to view the game downstairs in the cozy Crab Shell Bar while dining on tasty specials like the Super Bowl Platter, which includes succulent blackberry BBQ ribs, jalapeño poppers and crispy touchdown slaw for just $16.00. Raise a complimentary drink (must be 21 or older) at 3:30pm and order up a special Super Bowl Sour crafted with Kappa Pisco, egg whites, lime juice, Peychaud and blood orange bitters for just $8.00.

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🎶 all I need in this life of sin, is me and the Whaler 🎶 Come hang with us on this sunny Saturday!

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6. Artisan House

The popular DTLA brunch destination is offering a $30pp post-brunch buffet of game day favorites like a Build Your Own Burger, Hot Wings, and Nacho Tater Tots. Whether you’re there to root for the team or watch the ads, indoor and outdoor flatscreens will provide optimal viewing while you kick-back and wash down your food with a cocktail or beer from the bar, or the $7 Bloody Mary special they are offering!

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7. Dog Haus

Take advantage of Old Town Pasadena’s gourmet sausage and burger haven’s weekly all-day happy hour (every Sunday). Come early to grab a seat and tune in to pre-show coverage – and stay late to celebrate the winner (or mourn the loss). All Day Happy Hour includes: all beers, wines, well drinks are 2-for-1 and sliders, fries, tots are all just $1.25.

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Where are you watching the big game this year? Let us know your spot in the comments below!

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