Making that controversial move from the Midwest pay off big and fast, our L.A. Rams are in the Super Bowl! Revisiting football’s biggest matchup with the Patriots makes the game extra-special (get ready to hate watch Tom Brady) so finding the right spot to watch the game is important. Lots of options on Melrose for whatever social scene you’re feeling – here’s the lineup:
Spending Super Bowl Sunday at Blackbird Pizza Shop will keep you focused on what’s really important: PIZZA! JK, Rams fans will definitely be all up in the game here. But with the generous special of $10 personal pies and $8 pitchers all dang day, there’s a lot to celebrate. Reserving a table now is highly recommended.
BLACKBIRD PIZZA SHOP
7459 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 90046
Frankie’s is a nice and warm old school Italian restaurant, and that only changes a little on Super Bowl Sunday. There will be a special menu of football-friendly food including meatball sliders and sausage and pepper sandwichs. The game is shown around the bar, keeping it intimate and close to the cold Peronis.
FRANKIE’S ON MELROSE
7228 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 90046
Inside with the heat of fellow fans or outside by a firepit. Hearty snacks or a delicious dinner. Beer, wine, cocktails. And fifty, yes FIFTY, televisions. There’s literally no way you’ll miss a play because there will be a TV no matter where you sit. This is guaranteed to be a scene, so come early. If you’re the designated driver, valet will make it easier on you.
7250 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 90046
All the reasons you love Snake Pit any day of the week is a reason to watch the game here: cool company, excellent food, and a very lot of alcohol at your disposal. So if your vibe for the day is an excited but not insane crowd, yum burgers and fries, and many options for the Bad Call Shot Game, this is your place.
SNAKE PIT ALE HOUSE
7529 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles 90046
The Village Idiot does American football, too, so don’t let the soccer focus fool ya. In fact, after the soccer on Sunday, the Super Bowl will be switched on. Happy Hour menu starts at 4p which means basic beer, wine, and classic cocktails from $2-6 and food options from snacks to starters from $3-12.
7383 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles 90046