It’s almost that time, hours spent searching for a cool spot to watch the Super Bowl. This year’s big game will be taking place in Los Angeles, and the city will be on fire as the LA Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals in their home city.

Luckily, we’ve put together a top-tier list of Black-owned bars in Los Angeles just for you. Look out for these Black-owned bars for your Super Bowl plans.

The Parlor

Looking for a Black-owned bar with deep legacies in the Black LA nightlife scene? The Parlor is a sports bar in LA’s Fairfax neighborhood loved for high quality comfort food and legendary history, having previously been a haven for Black celebrities like Denzel Washington.

This bar stands out in the LA bar scene because it was designed to give a different experience than the general sports bar feel.

The Living Room

Notorious for having some of the best bartenders in LA, The Living Room is a perfect option for your Super Bowl plans. Head down to one of Los Angeles’s oldest standing and most appreciated bars in West Adams Historical District.


Buffalo Wild Wings (Baldwin Hills)

This is your spot if you’re looking for some of your favorite BWW classics while you enjoy the Super Bowl. The casual sports bar is the go-to choice if you’re looking for that golden wings and beer combination in a bar co-owned by Black community leaders, Karim Webb and Ed Barnett.

Pips On Labrea

Voted LA’s best Black Restaurant in 2021, there is much to look forward to if you’re looking for an epic meal with your Super Bowl viewing.

This Los Angeles spot isn’t just known for its immaculate portions of well-plated food, but also for its warm vibe that keeps locals coming back to enjoy entertainment and sports viewings together.

Bludso’s Bar & Que

While it’s not Texas, you definitely might be fooled (and impressed) in LA’s favorite BBQ spot. Kevin Bludso, chef, television personality and two-time Steve Harvey Hoodie Award Winner at the center of his bar and restaurant, you’re guaranteed to have an unforgettable time eating and taking in the excitement of it all.

Bludso’s Bar & Que is also an approved supplier of the Super Bowl LVI Business Connect program.

BlaqHaus NoHo

With food, a DJ, cigar/hookah on the patio and drink specials all day, Blaq Haus NoHo sounds like an unmissable motive for Super Bowl Sunday.

Known as the best in North Hollywood to offer Southern cuisine and Southern hospitality, this Black-owned bar is a must-visit.


Lavender Blue Lounge

A Black woman-owned restaurant and entertainment bar in LA? We consider it a treasure and with the raving reviews and awesome menu, we’re clearly not alone.

A hidden gem in Inglewood, Lavender Blue is a perfect place to enjoy a chilled evening in a Black-owned bar for the Super Bowl weekend.

Black Star Burger LA

Looking for a Black-owned burger spot in Los Angeles? Black Star Burger LA, based in the Fairfax district, offers above average burgers and could be the perfect Super Bowl bar for you.

Earles on Crenshaw

Head over and enjoy the Super Bowl with the Earle brothers. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Cary and Duane Earle set up the Crenshaw restaurant & bar to offer great vibes to the community.

Whether vegan or a meat-eater, if you’re hoping for a home-from-home kind of Super Bowl experience, then add Earle’s to your list.

The New Townhouse

A Los Angeles must-try. The New Townhouse, with its abundant Southern dining options, is a great choice for the Super Bowl. Join The New Townhouse and their family friendly environment for their Super Bowl watch party.