Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Haute Style

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Super Bowl Sunday may not be an official holiday, but few yearly spectacles are as quintessentially American as football’s biggest day. Whether you’re a Ravens or 49ers fanatic, or in it for the halftime show and commercials, Super Bowl Sunday wouldn’t be complete without a party. Thankfully, LA’s restaurants have lined up game-winning feasts to keep you in check as you cheer on your favorite team. Here are our game-day picks for where to celebrate in style, from kick-off to the final touchdown.

The Larder at Tavern

11648 San Vicente Blvd.


If you’re playing host with an at-home Super Bowl party and want break up the old pizza and hot dogs routine, then pick up a gourmet brigade from this neighborhood staple in Brentwood. Acclaimed chef Suzanne Goin has created a take-home menu with unique creations such as spiced shrimp with horseradish cocktail and AOC dates with bacon and parmesan. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance.

Hollywood Roosevelt

7000 Hollywood Blvd.


Starting at 2 p.m., the historic lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt will play host to football fans wanting an old school Hollywood venue to take in a victory. A large 15-foot viewing screen will be set up, in addition to a snack menu created by Public Kitchen & Bar inside the hotel.


8360 Melrose Ave.


Michael Voltaggio’s party pack features 10 fried chicken sandwiches, 10 pastrami sandwiches, bags of house-made potato chips and pork rides, Mexi-Cokes, and homemade Oreo and Mexican chocolate chip cookies. 

The Parish

840 South Spring St.


Football fans can countdown to the big game on the restaurant’s 80-inch flat screen TV, while enjoying chef Casey Lane’s selection of specially-created tailgate bites alongside its Gridiron Special, which includes stout-glazed wings, house-made pork rinds and fried olives.

The Bungalow

101 Wilshire Blvd.


This swanky beach clubhouse at the Fairmont Hotel in Santa Monica is kicking off Super Bowl festivities at 2 p.m. with a parking lot pig roast and bbq created by chef Ray Garcia, sangria, margaritas and other specialty cocktails. The game will be playing throughout the rooms and patios. 

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