5 Great Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Los Angeles

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Where should you watch the big game this Sunday? Forget about cheap beer and soggy, stale nachos: these supreme Super Bowl XLIX watching spots take your experience to the next level with gourmet fare and delicious drinks.

1 L'Ermitage

Viceroy Hotel Group
The hands-down hautest Super Bowl party of the season in Los Angeles is will be held at L'Ermitage in Beverly Hills this year. Warning though: you will PAY to watch the Seakhawks and the Patriots play. For $35,000, you'll get six rooms for a one-night stay, an ‘arrival ambassador’ who will greet your party at the door and hand out jerseys and hats, your own private area to watch the game, an unlimited bar stocked with Stoli, 'haute’ dogs, and, as the closer, an end-of-night Japanese Binchotan complete with A5 Kobe beef, a personalized raw bar with oyster shooters and a Cristal cart doling out champagne.
9291 Burton Way, Beverly Hills (310) 278-3344

2 The Bungalow

Starting at 2 P.M. on Sunday, Brent Bolthouse's low-key escape by the sea will morph into the supreme Super Bowl viewing spot. The big game will be screened on multiple big screen TVs, where watchers can view the ultimate New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks showdown in a great indoor/outdoor venue. Imbibe signature classic sangria, margaritas and specialty cocktails, before you head out to the parking lot for a BBQ and pig roast. If, after all the revelry, you're unable to drive, well, the Fairmont IS attached to The Bungalow, after all.
101 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica (310) 899-8530

3 POT at The Line Hotel

The Line Hotel
POT, Roy Choi's feted spot at The Line Hotel, will be closed for lunch and dinner service on Sunday—he's all about the big game. The haute eatery will feature a large screen with full audio for the game, Choi's signature Korean pub fare including Korean fried chicken wings, fried dumplings, rice cake nachos, and vegetable pancakes as well as $15 pitchers and $9 POT shot and beer specials. You better believe there will be games here, too: corn hole, Jenga and beer pong are all on the table. There's betting, too, for those who can't resist, though all betting games will be done through beverage purchases, and prizes will include food and drink specials.
3515 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles (213) 368-3030

4 Barrel & Ashes

Tiffanie Cheng
What better place to nosh on wings and nachos than a smokehouse created by chefs from The French Laundry and Bouchon? This Studio City establishment will offer 24oz beer specials, speciality smoked, habanero BBQ and sweet BBQ wings, Texas nachos loaded with Miners potatoes, cheddar cheese, chili, sour cream, green onion, pickled Fresno chili, tri-tip sandwiches with sourdough bread and rosemary aioli, and its signature Barrel burger. Side note: when you're NOT gasping over your food, you can also watch the game. It's a win-win situation!
11801 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City (818) 623-8883

5 The Hungry Cat

The Hungry Cat's chef-owner David Lentz and chef de cuisine Kris Longley will host an indoor tailgate party at the Hungry Cat Santa Monica this Sunday. The Super Bowl "Tailgate" menu includes delicacies like crab-loaded potato skins, Sriracha chicken wings, beer-braised pork ribs and a grilled pizza with spicy shrimp, fennel and arugula pistou. There will also be Patriots and Seahawks custom-made cocktails, tequila shots with blood orange sangrita; picklebacks; beer by the quart and pitcher; and bottomless mimosas.
100 West Channel Road, Santa Monica (310) 459-3337
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