Ladies sometimes have a difficult time choosing where to go out at night when wanting to take the hubby along, as well as making sure the both of them have a good time. Sometimes the lavish restaurants with romantic, candle lit seating and hard to pronounce French cuisine can be absolutely wonderful. Sometimes, you just want to relax and have some delicious noshy finger -foods while watching the game with those you love.
Here’s our roundup of the best sports bars to visit in Woodland Hills
Schoonerville Bar & Grill located at 8901 De Soto Avenue in Canoga Park, offers an exciting sports bar experience complete with great beer selections, classic bar foods, a large and open space and a plethora of TVs, in addition to a pool table. The vibe at Schoonerville has been described as “patient, social and kind” – not what one would normally associate with a bar setting – complemented by a cheerful staff, up-to-date music selections, dart boards and more than 30 brews all served in frosty schooners. Make this your home away from home when you want to catch the big game outside of the man cave.
Beers N Wings, located at 20141 Roscoe Boulevard in Winnetka, was established in 2012 and has quickly become a go-to place for those wanting to eat, drink and enjoy while taking in major live sporting events. This is the place sports enthusiasts around the Woodland Hills area have been waiting for – offering a great time with friends and family amidst a fun and friendly atmosphere. Featuring high-quality meals at affordable prices, a wide selection of top-shelf beers on draft (in addition to imported and domestic bottles), 11 large-screen HDTVs, 13 individual booths with dedicated flat-screens, a center private party area, DJ nights, beer pong tables and bike days and nights, Beer N Wings has become a one-of-a-kind venue in the Valley.
Petie’s Place, located at 6025 Reseda Boulevard in Tarzana, is a hip Woodland Hills spot that offers everything from Sunday to Monday night football (with a free buffet on Sundays) to Tuesday “Vegas Nights” with a talented and performance-worthy DJ and open-mic nights on Wednesdays. A newly-formed pool league meets regularly at Petie’s, while karaoke is in full swing on Thursdays; Friday and Saturday nights boast some of the best live music in the Valley. There’s no better way to summarize the Petie’s Place experience than to call it a “super hip cocktail and live music venue.”
The Rack, located at 6100 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, has often been labeled “Woodland Hills’ most famous bar,” with many entertainment venue critics going on to call it “the most unique dining and entertainment spot in the San Fernando Valley.” This energy-infused sports bar features music, 31 large HDTV screens, 11 elegantly-carved pool tables, a large temperature-controlled outdoor patio with fire bar and live entertainment nightly, a craft beer bar and dining selections from a fabulous menu created by executive chef Elon Kviatkovsky. The Rack is open for lunch and dinner, as well as for breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays, and boasts an impressive wine selection in addition to the best single malt scotches in the Valley, outstanding tequilas, martinis and 26 beers on draft.
Dirty Bull Tavern, located at 21797 Ventura Boulevard, is a sports bar fanatic’s dream come true with 45 beers on tap, 13 flat-screens, five projectors, darts, four Phoenix electronic soft-tip boards, two steel-tip dart boards and a shuffleboard table. Dodgers fans can watch all the games at Dirty Bull Tavern, in addition to all Pac 12 and Lakers games plus NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL matchups. Happy Hour is from four pm to eight pm daily, with $4 select draft beers, $4 bottle beers and $4 well liquor. Established in 2012, Dirty Bull Tavern is the brainchild of two founders who built their dream business around the magnetic draw of great games and great drinks.
Join some of the most die hard fans at the best sports bars in Woodland Hills, where game day equates to stellar beer and hometown pride reigns supreme.