LA maybe be without a professional NFL football team (for now), but there are still plenty of pigskin die hards that fill LA's best football bars on game day. There's a gathering spot in LA for fans of almost every NFL team.
LA maybe be without a professional NFL football team (for now), but there are still plenty of pigskin die hards that fill LA's best football bars on game day. There's a gathering spot for fans of almost every NFL team. AFC-NORTH Baltimore Ravens The Happy Ending Bar & Restaurant, Hollywood The West Wing, a group of die-hard Ravens fans in the L.A. and Orange County area, always meets at The Happy Ending, one of Hollywood's hippest sports bars. Cincinnati Bengals 72 North, Pasadena Bengals fans can earn their stripes at the 72 North, where the group's been gathering since 2010. Cleveland Browns Saint Felix, Hollywood The LA Browns Backers meet at the Saint Felix, so there are plenty of people to 'Boo' and chant along with: "We want Johnny!" Pittsburgh Steelers Blue Palms Brewhouse, Hollywood 24 beers on tap. $4 drink specials. And plenty of people talking about why the Steel Curtain was the best defense of all time. AFC-SOUTH Houston Texans Outpost, Hollywood The Outpost isn’t officially a Texans bar, but it’s the closest thing to a genuine Texas roadhouse you’ll find this side of the L.A. river. Indianapolis Colts Draft Bar and Grill, Studio City Most recently, ColtS fans have called The Draft in Studio City their home. 30 flat-screen TVs means never missing a moment of Andrew Luck-action. Jacksonville Jaguars North End Bar And Grill, Hermosa Beach A friendly beach dive bar voted "Best of the Beach" by Easy Reader in 2013. Plenty of specials to enjoy with the Jags. Tennessee Titans Whiskey Bend, Burbank Pool, dancing, and karaoke—the Whiskey Bend is the type of place where "everybody knows your name" and they all miss Steve McNair. AFC-EAST Buffalo Bills Busbys Sports Bar, Santa Monica An 80-inch projection screen is the closest thing you’ll find to full-sensory Football submersion. Plus, free Buffalo wings at halftime of all Bills games. Miami Dolphins Leo’s All Star Sports Bar, Glendale Upscale with a casual atmosphere, Leo’s was recently voted the "Best Sports Bar in Los Angeles" by the Glendale News Press and serves breakfast through kickoff, from 9-11. New England Patriots Little Bar, Mid-City At this classic Boston-inspired pub, one might expect to look out the window and see Paul Revere riding up. Sam Adams is always on tap, and the “Who’s better - Brady or Manning?” debate is always lopsided. New York Jets Suzy's Bar & Grill, Hermosa Beach The owner, who’s originally from New Jersey, is a green-blooded Jets fan, and the $9 pitcher special can’t be beat. AFC-WEST Denver Broncos Brennan’s Pub, Marina Del Rey Home of the famous Thursday night Turtle Races, this might be the only Irish pub with a giant Bronco logo on the wall. Kansas City Chiefs The Rec Room, Studio City Customers (and true fans) who come dressed in Chief’s gear receive 10% off on their final bill! Get their early, or else be prepared to stand in line with some of the tribe. Oakland Raiders Killarney Pub and Grill, Huntington Beach Hands down, the place to be for Raiders fans in the vicinity of Southern California. Insane prices, more insane fans, it’s an experience as unpredictable as the Raiders organization. San Diego Chargers Tompkins Square Bar & Grill, Westchester Tompkins' offers a great burger and a solid list of beers and wines, plus the owner plays the Chargers fight song after every touchdown. NFC-NORTH Chicago Bears Tin Horn Flats, Burbank Tin Horn Flats is the undisputed heavyweight champion of Bears Bars in LA. It’s become a Mecca for Chicago natives, so much so that a handful of regulars now have ‘reserved seating’. Detroit Lions Boardwalk 11, Culver City While some come for the karaoke, Detroit fans come to watch their Lions on the big screen. Green Bay Packers Mom’s Bar, Santa Monica Cheeseheads unite at Mom’s, where they only show the Packers game on TV. Minnesota Vikings Pineapple Hill, Sherman Oaks Pineapple Hill is all about "Purple Pride" and trying to drown out the memory of Gary Anderson’s missed field goal in the 1999 NFC Championship game with reasonably priced alcohol. NFC-SOUTH Atlanta Falcons City Tavern, Culver City A gastropub featuring a small, but elegant menu. Plenty of dirty-birding abounds. Carolina Panthers N/A. No organized following on the West Coast. New Orleans Saints FiveOFour, Hollywood It’s the Bourbon Street experience minus the stench of Bourbon Street—stiff drinks, hot jambalaya and gumbo, authentic beignets and live jazz. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 33 Taps, Hollywood 33 Taps, aptly named for the 33 beers on tap, boasts not only a wide drink selection, but some savory pub grub, too. NFC-EAST Dallas Cowboys Barney’s Beanery, West Hollywood The Cowboy’s game always draws a crowd, but it’s the chili that converts them into regulars. New York Giants O’Brien’s, Santa Monica For the past five years, O’Brien’s has been the unofficial LA hub for displaced Giants fans, and though small, is always brimming with enthusiasm on Sundays. Philadelphia Eagles Britannia Pub, Santa Monica Two-levels and 11 TVs mean there’s plenty of room to watch the game. The self-proclaimed ‘Eagles Nest West’ has even recently expanded its menu to include Philly-style cheese steak, cheese fries and more. Washington Redskins Joxer Daly’s, Culver City The cozy atmosphere in this Irish pub makes the perfect place to park and watch the ‘Skins game. The owner, a former east coaster and avid fan, is constantly looking for new fans to cheer along with. NFC-WEST Arizona Cardinals Big Wangs, Hollywood Beer pong, an outdoor patio, and hot wings at Happy Hour. San Francisco 49ers 90 West Lounge, Del Rey Those who show up on Sundays not in 49er gear stick out like sore thumbs at the 90 West Lounge. Seattle Seahawks The Backstage, Culver City Wearing a Seahawks jersey gets you a complimentary blue and green shot at halftime at this Seattle oasis, where you can find ‘local’ beer like Rainier and listen to Nirvana. St. Louis Rams Malecon Restaurant, Lakewood The Rams fans at the Malecon in Lakewood are loyalists leftover from the team’s days in L.A. Great food in huge portions has a habit of turning most newbie’s into regulars. Facebook Tweet Linkedin Pinterest Google + Interested in becoming a Contributor?