10 LA Bars To Watch The Dodgers Battle The Red Sox In The World Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers stand for the national anthem prior to Game One of the 2018 World Series against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on October 23, 2018 in Boston. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)

For the second straight year, the Los Angeles Dodgers are in the World Series.

If you can't get a ticket to watch in person and are looking for a good spot to root for the Dodgers with fellow fans, we've got you covered.

But first, a quick tip for all the Angelenos who'll be stuck in their cars when the games starts. You can listen in at AM 570 L.A. Sports radio (there's also a live stream).

OK, now on to the bars.

THE SHORT STOP
1455 W. Sunset Blvd. in Echo Park
213-482-4942
Why? Because you'll be in the shadow of Dodger Stadium.

MIKKELLER DTLA
330 W.Olympic Blvd.
213-596-9005
Mikkeller boasts 62 beers on tap and a big screen on which they'll be showing the World Series. Happy hour specials from 5-7 p.m. include $2 off Mikkeller beers, $8 cocktails and $15 for burger and beer. They're also offering $15 flights all night long.

ARTS DISTRICT BREWING COMPANY
828 Traction Avenue in the Arts District
213-519-5887
Get your Dodger dogs here! Dodger dogs will be the kitchen special. Plus, during the game you can get a $5 shot of Jim Beam with the purchase of a house beer. They'll be showing all of the World Series games on their two big projectors and several other screens.

THUNDERBIRD
12217 Wilshire Blvd. in Brentwood
424-293-8830
It's the World Series and Taco Tuesday here, with $3 tacos and $3 High Life all night long.

THE WOODMAN
13615 Ventura Blvd. in Sherman Oaks
818-386-9401
They've got 16 TVs, plus they'll have a small Dodger menu, including Dodger dogs and beer.

33 TAPS
3725 Sunset Blvd. in Silver Lake
323-338-7777
Think swag and giveaways. 33 Taps has teamed with Stub Hub to give away World Series tickets. Sign up for your turn inside the "money machine," where you'll grab as much dough as you can for your chance to win those tickets. Other prizes include T-shirts, hats and other swag. Note: All the action's at the Silver Lake location. Here's the money machine in a video from a recent game:

THE GREYHOUND
5570 N. Figueroa St. in Highland Park
323-900-0300
This Highland Park bar has a "Blue Hour" happy hour for every Dodger game, and that goes for the World Series, too. Specials include $11 wings and beer, $10 for a burger and beer, $20 craft beer pitchers, $7 shot and a beer and more. They've got a big projector and three other screens.

LUCKY BALDWINS
17 S. Raymond Ave. in Old Town Pasadena
626-795-0652
This Old Town Pasadena pub has a big projector and about 10 additional TVs. Watch inside or from the outdoor patio. They're offering a special World Series club sandwich, plus 68 beers on tap.

STORY TAVERN
150 S. San Fernando Blvd. in Burbank
818-567-4200
This Burbank bar offers an all-day and all-night happy hour menu. Watch on one of the three big TV's in the main restaurant or on one of the five screens in the bar.

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BEELMAN'S
600 S. Spring St. in downtown L.A.
(213) 622-1022
This downtown spot offers "plant-based pub food." Specials include $4 shots of Redemption Rye, $8 Blue Hawaiians and $4 garlic fries.

There are tons of places to watch the game in this town. Let us know if there are any standouts you think we should include for upcoming games!

UPDATES:

4:54 p.m.: This article was updated with the addition of Beelman's pub.

11:31 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 24: This article was updated with information for Game 2.

6:22 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 25: This article was updated with information for the Dodgers home stand.

This article was originally published at 4:08 p.m. Tuesday.

Ryan Fonseca and Brian Frank contributed to this story.


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