This pub in Culver City is usually a great spot to catch Premier League games, but it's no stranger to the American Football crowd, either. Read more.
With all manner of smothered fries and a clean-but-laid back vibe, Beelman's is a great place to take in a pint and watch some pigskin without the craziness of your average Irish pub. Read more.
Armed with corned beef poutine and a killer pork chop (alongside other delicious pub fare), Tom Bergin's is the most gastronomically tenable Irish Pub on this side of town (or, you know, ever). Read more.
Armed to the teeth with bar games and big TV's, if you're just about a drink and a good 'ol relaxing Sunday, 2nd Half might be the place to be. Read more.
With that beer lineup, the fact that Fritzi is attached to it (did someone say potato waffles?), and cornhole, skee ball, and table tennis, Arts District Brewing is basically one giant tailgate party. Read more.
Leo DiCaprio's former chef helms this sports bar that has a killer taco special and enough TV's to watch the Detroit Lions lose all 16 games at the same time. Read more.
Wes Lieberher's gastropub still has it going on. If you're the type who likes football for the wings, this might be one of the best places to watch it. Read more.
In addition to various carnivore-facing dishes, it's also got some killer fries topped with Welsh Rarebit (a kind of Welsh cheese sauce) all crowned with a sunny-side-up egg. Read more.
The restaurant's name translates directly to "you're thirsty, aren't you?" (in this really insufferable, cutesy tone), but they're not asking if you want a glass of water here. Read more.
Biergarten is known for two things: A rock-solid beer selection and kalbi poutine. In the event of football, administer both together and repeat as needed. Read more.
The lil' baos wow at this K-town joint that still serves up some of the best french fries in the business. The owners hail from Detroit, so expect any Lions game to take precedent on the big screen. Read more.
With an accessible multiple TV-layout, stiff drinks and one of the best briskets in the business, it's everything we love about America in one glorious location off La Brea. Read more.
The Fox and Hounds is an all-timer of a pub in Los Angeles. You can catch NFL games alongside a killer fish and chips or shepherd's pie. Read more.
The Greyhound is still putting out some of the best chicken wings in the city, and since wings, beer and football are the holy trinity of American Sunday banter, it's a great place to take in a game. Read more.
Students of the game will appreciate Study Hall's nachos, burgers, beers and pesto chicken sandwiches (no, seriously, it's pretty good). Read more.
This Hawthorne craft beer bar sports an aviation theme and some pretty solid nachos and a very intriguing, hyperlocal — like, El Segundo local — tap list. Read more.
Hey19 is definitely down-home Southern comfort food, definitely served in trendy digs with plenty of TV's near the bar, and almost assuredly named after everyone's second-favorite Steely Dan song. Read more.
Congregation has been holding it down in Strong Beach for a little over six years, but it's already become a local institution for those into beers and very solid pub food. Read more.
With a variety of interesting hot dog variations and a strong beer program (and, of course, big TV's everywhere), Dog Haus is probably the best place to catch a Monday Night game in Pasadena. Read more.
Sonny McLean's is THE Boston sports bar in Los Angeles, and probably the only place in L.A. you could wear a Celtics jersey and be reasonably shielded from public ridicule. Read more.
Tony's has an absolute monster of a tap list, so if you're into beers this might be one of the best places to catch the game in Burbank. Read more.
If you've been to The Morrison, you already know — great burger (yes, even the veggie burger), attentive and down-to-earth service, and happy hour specials and TV's galore. Read more.
With an informed tap list and perhaps the best burger on this list, The Bottle Room is not just as good as any place in Whittier, but as good a place as any to catch a game. Read more.