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Best Bars for Dodger Fans Near Dodger Stadium

Dodgers fans love watching Dodger baseball — that’s pretty obvious. For most, Dodger Stadium is the best place to be when you want to watch a game, but these days we know the cost for a family or group of friends or even for you and a date is getting pretty sky high.

With that in mind, we took to the streets to find some of the absolute best bars near Dodger Stadium for true blue Dodgers fans.

Here are the 9 best spots we found close to Chavez Ravine that will welcome all Dodgers fans with open arms.

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LOCATIONS

1. The Short Stop

Details

Address: 1455 Sunset Blvd #3457, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Hours: Opens at 5 PM
Happy Hour? (M-S, 5pm-8pm)

Why To Love It:

Located within blocks away from Dodger Stadium, The Shortstop is the quintessential Dodgers watering hole. This low-key bar is a favorite pregame and postgame spot for Dodgers fans looking for that no-frills, no-fuss dive bar experience. The Shortstop’s reasonably priced classic cocktails and beers, nostalgic charm, lively dance floor, and pool tables make it a favorite amongst Dodgers fans looking to have a good time while being surrounded by fans of The Boys in Blue.

2. El Compadre

Details

Address: 1449 W Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026
Hours: Opens at 11:30 AM
Happy Hour? (M-F, 3pm-6pm)

Why To Love It:

Since 1975, El Compadre Restaurant has been one of LA’s go-to spots for authentic Mexican cuisine and drinks. Their Sunset Boulevard location is located within walking distance of Dodger Stadium and offers some of the best Mexican Food that you’re going to find close to Chavez Ravine. El Compadre is an excellent place to eat and drink before, during, and after Dodgers games. The authentic style of Mexican food is delicious and made with family recipes that have been handed down over generations. The restaurant staff is always warm and welcoming and the bartenders are always very attentive and courteous. The bar has the look and ambiance of an “old Mexican hacienda” where Margaritas are set ablaze. If you’re not in the mood for one of their famous flaming margaritas, they have an extensive cocktail menu featuring daiquiris and other fine Mexican cocktails. 

3. 33 Taps

Details

Address: 3725 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Hours: Opens at 12 PM
Happy Hour? (M-F, 3pm-7pm)

Why To Love It:

Located just over two miles from Dodger Stadium in Silver Lake, 33 Taps is your classic sports bar with a modern youthful twist. With TVs everywhere, and Dodgers decor sprinkled throughout, 33 Taps offers a fun and lively place to watch Dodgers games. Here you’ll find really delicious and snackable food options where you can get tasty cheeseburgers, parmesan fries, boneless wings, and pizza. Beer aficionados will appreciate their extensive selection of classic and local brews. Their bar features beer and wine only, so cocktail lovers might want to look elsewhere. There is also tons of outdoor seating available as well with plenty of picnic-style tables just outside. If you’re looking for a fun and easy place to throw back some suds and eat some tasty bites, 33 Taps is great place to check out. 

4. Mohawk Bend

Details

Address: 2141 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Hours: Opens at 11 AM

Why To Love It:

Located in a 100-year-old silent movie theater, Mohawk Bend prides itself on using California ingredients for all of its delicious food and desserts. The bar at Mohawk bend is most impressive,  featuring 76 taps of California craft beer, wine, and artisanal spirits. Here you’ll be sure to try something new with Mohawk Bend’s emphasis on showcasing local small-scale breweries, wineries, and distilleries. Mohawk bend is on the trendier/hipper side, with a chill and friendly vibe where Dodgers fans can relax here and watch your boys in blue for hours and enjoy a nice craft beer, glass of wine, or cocktail.

5. Greyhound Bar and Grill

Details

Address: 5570 N. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90042
Hours: Opens at 12 PM
Happy Hour? (M-S, 3:30 pm-6:30 pm, LATE NIGHT: W-S 9:30 pm-10:30pm)

Why To Love It:

Greyhound Bar and Grill is a warm and friendly neighborhood Dodgers bar located in Highland Park. They have a really cool Happy hour that they call the “Blue Hour” that runs from the first pitch to the last out of every Dodgers game. With deals on buckets and pitchers of beer, as well as food options like burgers, and fries, Greyhound is the value pick for those looking for a perfect spot to chow down while watching the Boys in Blue. With a friendly and attentive staff, plenty of TV screens, and a giant projector, Greyhound Bar and Grill is one of the most trusted and comfortable places to take in some Dodger Baseball.

6. LAces in K-town

Details

Address: 125 N Western Ave Ste 108 Los Angeles, CA 90004
Hours: Opens at 5 PM
Happy Hour? (M-F, 5pm-7pm)

Why To Love It:

LA-ces is a fun and lively sneaker-themed sports bar in the heart of Korea town. With some of the most diverse and scrumptious bar food options in town, here you can feast on popular menu items like burgers, wings, chicken poppers, pizza rolls, nachos, and tacos. There is a full bar with tons of your favorite tasty beers on tap and a great selection of local brews too. My biggest pet peeve when it comes to bars is not enough TV screens and you most definitely won’t have that problem at Laces as they have a total of eighteen screens hanging all throughout the bar, so you won’t miss a minute of Dodger baseball. 

7. 3rd Base LA

Details

Address: 1562 N Cahuenga Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028
Hours: Opens at 11 AM
Happy Hour? (M-F, 12pm-7pm)

Why To Love It:

Located in the heart of Hollywood, 3rd Base LA is not just a hot spot but one of the hippest, dining and sports lounge experiences in LA. The interior has a laidback lounge feel to it with sleek modern designs and a really cool trophy case with surrounding plush couches to sit and watch the game. Every Hollywood hot spot has to have a VIP section, and 3rd base is no different. If you head to the back of the bar you’ll notice a retractable door that leads to a VIP room that will make you feel like you’re at the ballpark with its stadium seating and ivy-covered brick walls. They have a huge drink selection with a full bar that is highlighted by their margarita tree. Foodwise third base has something for everyone. From Classic burgers to Philly cheesesteak sliders, Lobster Pizza to my favorite the 3rd Base Nachos where each chip is covered with spicy queso. The high point of the 3rd base experience has to be the DJs, who keep the party going on night long on the ones and twos.  With its fine craft beers, well-made cocktails,  tasty food options, and energizing music you’ll have so much fun at 3rd Base, you’ll never want to come home. 

8. Homebound Brew Haus

Details

Address: 800 N Alameda St Los Angeles, CA 90012
Hours: Opens at 12 PM
Happy Hour? (M-S, 3pm-8pm)

Why To Love It:

Situated inside the iconic Union Station in Downtown LA, Homebound Brew Haus is a Dodgers-friendly sports bar, and restaurant, that offers an extensive variety of beers, cocktails, and wines. Featuring its own brewery in the back, beer connoisseurs will appreciate their house-brewed beers along with some of the finest crafted brews around. If you’re looking to grub, the kitchen cranks out incredible sausages, brats, and pretzels. They feature every Dodgers game on their indoor and outdoor TVs as well as a huge projector. There is also plenty of fun games here as well with pool tables, shuffleboards, and a giant connect four. The grandiose setting of being inside Union Station with the Spanish Colonial and Art Deco architecture makes Homebound Brew Haus a Dodgers bar experience like no other.

9. Button Mash

Details

Address: 1391 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026
Hours: Opens at 5 PM

Why To Love It:

If you’re looking to watch the game and play some classic arcade games, Button Mash is the perfect bar for you. As one of LA’s premier arcade bars, you’ll feel like a kid again playing your favorite classic arcade games along with other arcade favorites like Air Hockey, Pinball, Skeeball, and Pop Shot. Button Mash offers a wide assortment of craft beers and natural wines. Foodwise, since reopening they’ve teamed up with the legendary Tijuana-style taqueria Tacos 1986.

Final Thoughts

That’s what we found so far! Try these spots out and let us know your thoughts in the comments here or on YouTube. And, if you think we missed a spot, let us know and we’ll see about making part two!

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