The Best Sports 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. Arts District Brewing Company Los Angeles

By crossing Arts District Brewing Company opened in December 2015 in Downtown L.A.’s historic Arts District. Arts District Brewing’s unique aesthetic, location, and mix of ample indoor and outdoor spaces provides the ultimate versatility to create a truly memorable event. Our team can help you create the perfect experience complete with hand-crafted beers, cocktails, catering options, a photobooth, vintage Skee Ball machines, multiple bars and patios, A/V capabilities, and more.

2. Petty Cash Taqueria & Bar Los Angeles

Petty Cash Taqueria & Bar is the much loved Los Angeles taqueria by Chef Walter Manzke, famous for bold Mexican flavor and the highest ingredients. It’s hotspot for modern tacos, ceviche & other innovative Mexican fare plus cocktails in colourful digs. Whether it’s flavourful tacos, their famous cauliflower nachos, or a library-like agave list you’re looking for, they’ve got you covered. They’re open Tuesday through Sunday on Beverly between Fairfax and La Brea.

3. The Blue Moon Lounge Los Angeles

The Blue Moon Lounge is known for stomping grounds for locals and visitors alike. And because they’re all about community, No one is a stranger there. You can always count on their team to give you a warm welcome and make sure you’re having a great time. Whether you’re celebrating something special or just enjoying a night out with friends, it’s sure to be one for the books. Open 7 days, live Dj Thurs-Sun!! Celebrate your birthday with them and you will not regret it.

4. 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.

5. 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.

6. 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.

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