Pasadena's Best Sports Bars

January 13, 2022 | Posted in Food

It's game day and you deserve the best seat in the house. Here are our top picks for places to watch the Super Bowl (or any sport) in Pasadena.

Lucky Baldwins

Lucky Baldwin's

Lucky Baldwin's and its sister location, Lucky Baldwin's Trappiste, both have plenty of flat screen TVs for your viewing pleasure. Grab a beer from one of their 60+ rotating taps, a hefty burger, and spend the afternoon watching the game with other fans of your favorite team.

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King's Row Gastropub

With wings, fries, and some of the best bar food in Old Pasadena, King's Row Gastropub is a chill place to watch the game and socialize with friends.

Barney's Beanery

Bright, colorful, and entertaining, Barney's Beanery has it all. From arcade games to pool tables and more, there's plenty to keep you occupied during the game and commercials.

Rocco's Tavern

Rocco's is an open-air style bar with a lot of hustle and bustle, great for a rousing game day. Watch the game here it's almost a guarantee there will be plenty of cheering and lots of toasts from your team.

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Freddie's 35er

The 35er will certainly put you in the game-day mood. The two-story bar's walls are covered in team memorabilia ranging from the NFL to NCAA. Some of the collectibles are even autographed and signed by famous players.

Beer & Claw

Pair a heated match with a spicy meal. Beer and Claw's Cajun gastropub is a large, lively location with plenty of seating and tons to eat. Their menu offerings are sure to keep you full for the entire length of the game.

Congregation Ale House

At Congregation Ale House, you can bring your dog to the game! The bar offers indoor and outdoor seating, and the patio is also dog-friendly, which means you can both enjoy an exciting game of ball.

Hot Wings Cafe

Clean, modern, with great bar food and plenty of large screens that can be seen from anywhere inside, Hot Wings Cafe is the ideal spot for those looking for a quieter place to watch the game and socialize without having to spend the evening shouting across the table.

T. Boyle's Tavern

Away from the downtown area with plenty of parking, T. Boyle's Tavern in the Playhouse Village is a vibe of its own. Pulling open the massive wooden door and stepping down into the tavern is like being transported back in time.

Slater's 50/50

Slater's 50/50 has a massive bar with a massive menu featuring massive custom burgers. Pair that all with their massive TVs and massive drinks, this is the place to "go big or go home" on game day.

Der Wolf bar sign

Der Wolf

For a bar with some European flare and beer cheese pretzels, head to Der Wolf for a real Barvarian experience. Not only will you be able to get a taste of great American football, but you can also watch global football (i.e. soccer) and plenty of other riveting games.

Dog Haus

Now you can watch the game and hang out with your best friend. No, not your game day buddy, but your four-legged friend! Dog Haus is a pet-friendly location where you can watch the game and enjoy a meal together.

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