The Best Most Fun Bars In Los Angeles

Are you looking to discover the best bars in Los Angeles?

Then we have you covered!

On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist of all the bars in Los Angeles. (More in-depth further below). And, each with why it’s best to go.

Feel free to check out each bar’s official profile to find out more and to find out which is best for you.

We’ve also created separate shortlists for each genre you might like to visit on your time out.

Furthermore, you can get on the guest list or book a table with bottle service on some of the more exclusive bars. We are happy to help you out with either.

1. Mom’s Bar Los Angeles

Mom’s Bar is a great place for sports. Many screens, state-of-art sound, shots in team colors, Dominos, and wings stop across the street gladly deliver. Mom’s is the Southern California home of the Green Bay packers. No-frills, old-school bar with a collegial vibe plus a pool table, Ping-Pong, sports on TV & tunes. The place is pretty big inside and with multiple tables, a private area and even a private area with their own bars.

2. Berkshire House Los Angeles

Berkshire House is probably one of the best sports bars in Los Angeles. Nestled on La Brea’s restaurant row in Mid City, Berkshire House is an amalgamation of Cocktail Lounge, Happy Hour spot, Neighborhood Watering Hole meets a NYC pizzeria with tons of TVs to watch your favorite Sporting Events. The place is laid out well and somehow manages to be a ping pong bar while still feeling nice and upscale enough to host clients here.

3. The Nickel Mine Los Angeles

The Nickel Mine is the first US project of MST hospitality group. The Nickel Mine was opened in 2016, bringing life back to this gorgeous neighborhood. They created every single project – from a huge restaurant to a huge restaurant to a local bar – investing a lot of souls, ideas, inspiration, and talent. This is an excellent place for West LA residents to meet up with their SF Valley friends because it’s right off the 405 at the bottom of the Sepulveda pass. The Nickel Mine is a philosophy of loving food, everything beautiful, delicious and delightful, but most importantly – a philosophy of loving people. It’s this philosophy that makes The Nickel Mine bar exceptional. The bar is unique, yet recognizable all together.

4. Cabo Cantina Los Angeles

Cabo Cantina is a great place in Hollywood, Blv. Relaxed local chain with Mexican fare and Margaritas, plus multiple TVs for live sports screening. Fun, touristy and friendly spot in Los Angeles.

5. General Admission Los Angeles

General Admission is a combination of a complete modern aesthetic design, including the addition of an outdoor patio, implementation of a superior operational infrastructure, enhanced guest service, happy hours, catering and private events. Warm, dynamic, chic, refined and upscale, this is the essence of the setting created. The atmosphere and energy will evolve with the time of the day.

6. LAces Bar Los Angeles

Are you looking for a great sports bar in Los Angeles? Laces Bar is the place to be. Laces Bar is a great place to chill and watch a game with friends if you’re in Los Angeles. Laces is a Los Angeles craft eatery and sports bar. This place is first class, the layout is very clean and spacious to watch sports. An awesome bar in Koreatown. A place to meet a group of friends, and play ping pong. LAces bar opening hours are Sunday through Thursday from 5pm to 11pm, and Friday through Saturday from 5pm to 12am. They have an welcoming atmosphere to share a pint with family and friends at any time of the day or evening. The sneaker-themed watering hole in Koreatown has 18 television screens, plus a stiff rowdy, always enthralled game day crowd. While you’ll find will-made essential snacks like wings, fries, tots and pizza rolls on the menu.

7. The Greyhound Bar & Grill – Glendale Los Angeles

The Greyhound Bar & Grill – Glendale is a great sports bar and community partner in Los Angeles. Traditional American Restaurant. The Greyhound Bar & Grill – Glendale operates Monday through Thursday 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm, Friday through Saturday 12:00 pm to 1:00 am, and Sunday’s 9:45 am to 11:00 pm. Daily Happy Hour 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The Greyhound Bar & Grill is a solid place to grab some appetizers and a beer while you watch your favorite game. Located in a nicely restored older building in a traditional neighborhood in Highlands Park,  The Greyhound Bar & Grill has confortartable Booths and traditional bar seatings. The Greyhound Bar & Grill’s brand new Glendale location will feature what you’ve come to know and love from the original spot in Highland Park: delicious bar food, some of the best chicken wings in LA, craft beer, cocktails, and more in a clean and classic bar vibe.

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