If you're a die-hard sports fan looking for a place to watch the game in West Hollywood, let LA.com do the work for you. Here is your comprehensive guide to sports bars in WeHo.
Barney's Beanery: It's the one of the oldest sports bars in Los Angeles, and has been a West Hollywood staple since the 20s. And with a wide selection of beers – 40 on draft and 160 bottled beers – you'll have plenty of options to choose from when you head over to Barney's Beanery. Besides, it's about time you let your beer palate explore something other than Budweiser.
8447 Santa Monica Blvd., 90069; 323-654-2287
Baby Blues: It may bill itself as a "hybrid" barbeque restaurant, specializing in different types of ribs and rubs from all over the country, including a slow-cooked brisket that must be tried. The little known secret, however, is that Baby Blues also doubles as a very popular sports bar, playing everything from the World Series to the World Cup. So even if you're donning a David Beckham jersey, you won't feel out of place.
7953 Santa Monica Blvd., 90046; 323-656-1277
Rock & Reilly's Irish Pub: Although it's the new kid on the block, having opened last November, Rock & Reilly's has quickly established itself as one of the go-to sports bars on the Sunset Strip. There are lots of TVs, a wide selection of Irish brews and whiskeys, and the food is relatively cheap compared to other bars in the area – we're talking fish and chips for $10!
8911 W. Sunset Blvd., 90069; 310-360-1400
Red Rock Bar & Eatery: Red Rock on Sunset has long been a favorite destination for sports fans, bar hoppers, and tourists,
8782 Sunset Blvd., 90069; 310-854-0710
The Parlor: There are so many hi-def flat screen TVs lining the walls in this place that you can probably watch a dozen games at once and not miss any of the action. That's why The Parlor in West Hollywood is such a great spot to come to during football season. Not only do they have the NFL package, but the food menu also includes pizza, burgers, pasta, and a chocolate peanut butter crunch cake that tastes just as good as it sounds. Just be sure to come early on gameday, because tables tend to fill up very quickly.
7250 Melrose Ave., 90046; 323-930-2100