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As host of this year’s Super Bowl, a lot is going down for the big event. Whether you’re looking for some fun leading up to the big game or a proper spot to settle in for when the Rams take on the Bengals, we’ve got you covered on all the best events, spots and food take-out for a premier 2022 Super Bowl experience.
All Star Comedy Jam
Website | 777 Chick Hearn Ct. 90015
What’s the best way to kick off football’s biggest weekend? With a bit of comedy, of course. Hosted by DeRay Davis, All Star Comedy Jam returns to the Microsoft Theater on Feb. 10 and will feature Shaquille O’Neal, Bill Bellamy, Michael Blackson, Earthquake, Mo’Nique, Tip “T.I.” Harris, Tony Roberts and special guest DJ Spinderella.
Bloomingdales Tailgate Pop-Up
Website | 10250 Santa Monica Blvd. 90067
From Feb. 10-12, stop by the department store’s Century City location for the ultimate beauty and fashion experience. Brands like MAC and Estée Lauder will be on-site for game-day inspired beauty touch-ups and services, in addition to interactive visual displays inspired by tailgate essentials (but with a glamorous twist). Be sure to get in a round of cornhole or ping-pong for a chance to win beauty samples and grab some elevated game day snacks. Shoppers can also visit the Good American pop-up filled with the latest denim styles and, on Feb. 12, a coffee cart with complimentary lattes from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
House of Shea: The Ultimate Vibrational Experience
In partnership with Where Art Can Occur Theater Center, SheaMoisture is inviting Angelenos to their immersive public pop-up brand experience for a day of sports, entertainment and progressive thought. Panel discussions will feature top community leaders, including Ms. Tina Knowles-Lawson and other VIP guests, for discussions about cultures, inclusive progression in TV and film and mental health in the Black community. The event takes place in the Westfield Century City’s Atrium. Panels start at 12:30 p.m., with a tailgate watch party for Super Bowl to follow at 3 p.m.
L'Ermitage Luxury Tailgate
Website | 9291 Burton Way 90210
On Feb. 9, former NFL player and The Wine MVP founder Will Blackmon and Jordan Winery will team up for the ultimate luxury tailgate experience on the scenic L’Ermitage rooftop . Before a weekend of beer and bites, settle in for a special evening of exclusively selected Jordan wines and elevated traditional bar bites, including smoky cognac wings and lobster rolls. Limited tickets are available. $180
Rolling Stone Live: Los Angeles
Website | 6021 Hollywood Blvd. 90028
In partnership with Coinbase, Rolling Stone returns for its annual Super Bowl event with a headline performance by The Kid Laroi, who will be supported by acts Kaskade, Iann Dior and Lil Jon. The live media experience will go down at Academy LA. $750
Super Bowl LVI The Players Tailgate
Website | 3883 W. Century Blvd. 90303
Hosted by Guy Fieri, there’s a reason why this has earned the reputation as the best Super Bowl pre-game experience. Gourmet dishes will be prepared by a number of celebrity chefs, such as Aaron May, Todd English, Michael Voltaggio and Top Chef winner Brooke Williamson, and there will be music from DJ Irie and a number of pro athletes and celebrity guests including Cindy Prado. $875
Beginning at 3 p.m., the Brentwood joint welcomes guests to watch the Super Bowl, though you have the option to take out their game day specials too. Whether you decide to set up at Bar Toscana or pick up food to bring home, you can enjoy specials like the half jidori fried chicken or the Italian sausage sandwich. They also will serve up the SoFi Margarita in honor of the L.A. stadium.
E.P. & L.P.
Website | 603 N La Cienega Blvd. 90069
The beloved West Hollywood rooftop is set for the Super Bowl with a number of live screens throughout the space, a special game day menu and a DJ. Doors open at noon and limited group bookings are available.
Website | 416 W. 8th St. 90014
The downtown L.A. hotel rooftop deck has you covered from pre-game to final touchdown. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Freehand’s Broken Shaker will host a tropical tailgate with a performance by DJ Short Shorts, with a livestream of the Super Bowl to follow.
Website | 1518 N Cahuenga Blvd. 90028
Hollywood’s new hotspot is elevating the quintessential L.A. rooftop Sunday experience for the Super Bowl. Complete with a Hollywood Hills backdrop, head to Grandmaster Recorders for numerous screens, Djs and a game day menu.
The Godfrey Hotel Hollywood
Website | 1400 Cahuenga Blvd. 90028
Experience the largest rooftop venue in Hollywood for the biggest game of the year. The Godfrey’s I | O Rooftop will display the Super Bowl on its 70-foot-tall projection mapping screen and will offer a number of game day specials in addition to its full sushi menu. Highlights include buffalo chicken wings, Chicago-style hot dog, lamb lollipops, baby back ribs and Wagyu burger.
Website | 8490 Sunset Blvd. 90069
Experience nine screens of Super Bowl atop the 1 Hotel in West Hollywood. Harriet’s Big Game Viewing Party kicks off at 2 p.m. so that you’re well into the swing of things by the time we hit kick off and runs until 9 p.m. for a full-night celebration. $50
Website | 2024 Sawtelle Blvd. 90025
If tacos are your true love, head to Hermanito to show your devotion ahead of Valentine’s Day. For the Super Bowl, the Sawtelle eatery will have an all-you-can-eat taco bar ($45) that includes guacamole, chips, birria nachos, ceviche and street tacos (veggie, al pastor or fish). They will also be serving up some drink specials, such as a bourbon Old Fashioned, to enjoy while watching the game.
The London Bar
Website | 1020 N San Vicente Blvd. 90069
The London West Hollywood’ bar is ready with a special Super Bowl weekend menu. From 3 p.m. to 7p.m. on Feb. 11 to 13, guests can order pitchers of Bloody Mary and California craft beers and highlights like breakfast-style pizza, chicken wings, fried chicken bao and cheeseburger tacos.
Website | 6500 Selma Ave. 90028
Hollywood's favorite laid back rooftop is going all out with a large screen to view the game, while downstairs will blast the game across ten TVs. In addition, Mama Shelter will have available special foods that reflect both the Rams and Bengals.
Website | Varies
Whether inWest Hollywood, Torrance or Palms, the Oaxacan restaurant has at-home party-goers set with their family pack for takeout. Made for four, the package includes tacos, margaritas, aguas frescas and more. $115
Website | 13534 Bali Way 90292
Marina del Rey dwellers can enjoy classic game day bites like guacamole, beef sliders, specialty cocktails, cheese dip and an impressive wine list at this chic waterfront restaurant.
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Website | 930 Hilgard Ave. 90024
Here, romance and Super Bowl festivities come together for one big party. In addition to their Valentine’s Day brunch and dinner menus, STK will offer their chicken wings special, which comes in buffalo, garlic parmesan and cilantro lime and is available for in-house or for takeout/delivery. STK also has plans to show the game and do a Halftime Shot Show.
Website | 8450 W 3rd St. 90048
The West Hollywood eatery is embracing game day with a number of Super Bowl food specials. Enlivening their modernized Mexican cuisine, menu highlights for the day include a salsa and guacamole flight; honey habanero wings; taco burger; manchego truffle fries and churro bites.
Website | 205 Ocean Front Walk 90291
Venice Beach is the ideal spot for ocean views with a side of football. Relish in what is set to be a beautiful Southern California day and opt for The Waterfront where you can watch the game inside or out and enjoy Super Bowl favorites like chicken wings.
The Beverly Hilton Rosé Event
This one’s for Angelenos who’d rather skip the game. Instead, spend a day clinking cheers at the Beverly Hilton for a special rosé tasting with parisings of cheese and wine. Hotel guests and locals can enjoy the experience poolside with or without the big game. $38 per person
Website | 9543 Culver Blvd. 90232
Do the heavy lifting before your party arrives and put your trust in this Culver City restaurant. Ready for takeout or delivery on Feb. 12, Super Bowl menu highlights include guacamole, chili (with a vegan option!), tandoori chicken wings, a fried chicken feast, macaroni and cheese, buffalo cauliflower, cheddar-jalapeno cornbread and more. Varies
Brooklyn Ave. Pizza Co.
Website | 2706 East Cesar Chavez Ave. 90033
If you’re a wing lover, this Boyle Heights favorite is a must for your Super Bowl feast. For game day, the restaurant will offer large party wing packages whether you’re dining in or taking food home. Flavors include buffalo, lemon pepper, BBQ habanero and dijon honey mustard. And don’t forget to cash in on their distinct culinary innovations. You don’t want to miss out on the Flamin’ Hot Cheeto-dusted chicken wongs or mole wings.
Website | 2100 W Sunset Blvd. 90026
The Echo Park modern pizza joint has a catering menu perfect for big-game feasting. For parties between four and fourteen guests, choose from chopped insalata; broccolini antipasta; meatballs al forno; chicken alla parmigiana; Sicilian pizzas and cheesecake, among other great options. Finish your to-go order by choosing from their selection of natural wines and be sure to order 48 hours in advance!
Dino’s Famous Chicken
Website | 2575 W Pico Blvd.
For the first time in over half a century, Dino’s is serving up Super Bowl Party Packs for takeout or delivery. Orders come with wings marinated in Dino’s Famous Juice and are tossed in Dino’s Famous Sauce (though you can get plain with sauce on the side). What’s more, orders come with a shaker of Dino’s Famous Seasoning. Choose among a 12-piece bucket of wings; a 24-piece bucket or six charbroiled half chickens with coleslaw and tortillas and two sides.
Website | 8225 Beverly Blvd. 90048
Chef Suzanne Tracht’s highly-acclaimed modern chophouse is offering a Super Bowl Fried Chicken Dinner to go. Ideal for a group of four, the package comes with Jidori fried chicken, buttermilk biscuits, buttery mashed potatoes and gravy, claw and Meyer lemon bars. You can also spruce up your dinner by adding on a rack of baby back ribs. All orders must be placed by Feb. 10 at 5 p.m. $200
The Nice Guy
Website | 401 La Cienega Blvd. 90048
If you didn’t get an in to The Hwood Group’s buzzy Super Bowl party with Drake, your next option is to order from The Nice Guy. For groups up to four, their Super Bowl package includes caesar salad, meatballs, fried mozzarella, a pizza of your choice and an entree (eggplant parmesan, chicken parmesan or rigatoni bolognese). $200
Website | 8136 W 3rd St. 90048
Go all in on a BBQ feast with Slab’s various packages of chicken goodness. Other options include brisket and pulled pork sliders, smoked chicken wings and tacos. Orders must be put in 24 hours in advance Varies.
U Street Pizza
Website | 33 E Union St. 91103
Alongside wings, pizza is a quintessential game-day viewing food. Tap into tradition and elevate the savory experience with one of U Street’s full square pies. Usually these are just available during lunch or happy hour, so this is one special worth jumping on. You can also order from a selection of large-format cocktails. Varies
Website | 37 East Union St. 91103
Settle in for traditional Northern Italian gameday eating with Union’s selection of family meals. You can never go wrong with spaghetti, meatballs, garlic bread and a little bit of football. Varies
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