It’s that glorious time of the year: there’s a never-ending supply of sports on TV and you’re trying to watch as much as you can. Unless you’ve got a sports bar built into your living room, it’s going to be hard to catch it all. That’s where L.A. LIVE comes in. With an option to suit every fan, you can find the perfect atmosphere for watching the game and grabbing a bite with all your friends.

A plated sandwich at Lucky Strike.

Feelin’ Lucky?

Whether your team got lucky last game or not, head to Lucky Strike to catch all the big moments. On Sundays, Lucky Strike is open early and has enough screens to watch all the day’s action. They also have special discounts on beer and seltzer buckets for you and your buddies. When the game is over, keep the competitive juices flowing with a game or two of your own.

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A plate of hot wings on a table in Tom’s Watch Bar.

Screens As Far As The Eye Can See

Tom’s Watch Bar has the biggest screen in L.A. Yes, you read that right. Need we say more? If you must know, Tom’s also has more than 155 screens, both inside and out so you can catch every game from any seat in the house. With premier game day bites like Deep Dish Nachos, Loaded Tots and Nashville Hot Crispy Chicken, you’ll be fueled up all day.

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Patrons seated at Yard House's bar.

Count On This Classic

Yard House is an L.A. Live staple whenever there are sports, beers and burgers involved. Yard House has all three. With 160 beers on tap, there’s something for every fan in your group, no matter what team they’re cheering for.

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A woman squeezes a roasted lemon slice over a plate of seafood at Rock'N Fish.

Ready To Rock

Okay, so you’re not looking for your typical “game-day” experience. Look no further. Rock’N Fish has everything you need to step up your game and take your watch party to the next level. No matter where you sit, from the outdoor patio, indoor dining room or a private event space, there’s surf and turf and good times for everyone.

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