Red Lion in Silver Lake for the Half and Half beer, sausage platters, and Jager and Rumpleminz shots.
Also you could be below .08 and belch just before the breath test and skew the reading higher. Best not to have anything if you get behind the wheel.
This took a turn away from the original post. I was asking for recommendations on a sports bar, not a lecture or advice on drinking. I rarely have more than 1 beer or drink when I am watching football at a sports bar. I find it hard enough to concentrate on a game in a bar without adding alcohol. I am looking for a bar that will have every NFL game and will be open for the morning games. While your good intentions are noted, I am well aware of the need to find alternate transportation when drinking.
Goat Hill FTW. The end.
This is my new favorite place
The Tap Room at Langham Pasadena
The drinks are a little more expensive than other places, but the service, ambiance and view are amazing. Worth every penny if you ask me.
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