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Our Top 7 Sports Bars in Long Beach

Shannon Jones

Shannon Jones has been selling real estate since 1998 and specializes in listing and marketing homes...

Shannon Jones has been selling real estate since 1998 and specializes in listing and marketing homes...

Sep 28 6 minutes read

Whether you're a football fan, basketball lover, hockey fanatic, or just a lover of sports in general, there are plenty of places around Long Beach to catch your game in a fun atmosphere with great food and drinks. Here are seven of our favorites. 


5236 E 2nd St

Long Beach, CA 90803

If you’re looking to catch the big game on the biggest screen in Long Beach, look no further than Legends. This place is a Long Beach staple and is always packed full of fans on game day. If your game isn’t playing on the big screen, don’t worry, there are TV screens covering practically every inch of wall space, and personal screens in the booths as well. Just ask your server to watch the game you’re looking for and they will be more than happy to oblige. 

Gallagher’s Pub and Grill

2751 E Broadway

Long Beach, CA 90803

If your game falls on a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, you are in luck at Gallagher’s. They have one large screen in the middle of the bar area, and smaller TVs around the whole restaurant and outside on the patio. Fridays their happy hour is the best in town, offering buy one get one for a penny draft beers and well drinks. Saturday and Sunday they have bottomless mimosas for just $6 when you order an entree. During football season it’s a “certified” 49er bar, so if you’re a 49er fan definitely check it out. The owners are huge soccer fans too so they always open up early if there’s a big match on in a different time zone.

Baddeley’s Pourhouse

3348 E Broadway

Long Beach, CA 90803

Baddeley’s is definitely a local hang out in Belmont Heights, and while they do support all SoCal teams, fans of all kinds are welcome. Saturdays and Sundays they have $4.50 bloody marys and $3.50 mimosas which are the perfect refreshment for catching your team’s football, baseball, hockey, tennis, or any other sporting event. If your game falls on a different day of the week they are sure to have a fun drink or happy hour special lined up for you too. 

Tracy’s Bar and Grill

5511 E Spring St

Long Beach, CA 90808

Between the 15 LCD big screen TVs that Tracy’s has, you are going to have a blast cheering your team on to victory. If you are wanting to play some games between watching other people play, they have games and pool tables for you to enjoy. Long Beach locals also rave about their food selection. It’s much more than a bar - it’s a family friendly restaurant too. If your team is playing between 3 - 5 PM, Monday through Friday, head over to Tracy’s for her “555” happy hour menu - 5 items for just $5 each.

Roundin’ 3rd

4133 E Anaheim St

Long Beach, CA 90804

There’s always a game playing at Roundin’ 3rd and it’s the perfect spot to gather with your friends and cheer on your home team. The beer is cold (29 degrees to be exact) and the food is great. If beer isn’t your thing, customers love their mimosas too. Some of the top menu items to try include the tri-tip sandwich, buffalo chicken sandwich, and the happy hour mini pizzas and buffalo wings. 

Muldoon’s Saloon

5646 N Paramount Blvd

Long Beach, CA 90805

There’s nothing more inviting than a great Irish bar, and Muldoon’s meets all expectations. There are plenty of TV screens so it shouldn’t be too much of a challenge to find the game you are looking for. It’s definitely got that “cool dive bar” feel and the bartenders are very friendly and welcoming. If you’re in the mood to play some games you can grab a game of pool, darts, big Jenga, and some other electronic video games. 

Dirtbag Bar

710 E Wardlow Rd

Long Beach, CA 90807

This spot is the new kid in town and is shaping up to be a great spot to watch a game and enjoy some frosty brews. They have multiple TV screens around the bar area to catch your team. Their beer list is extensive featuring both draft and bottled beers, and if a beer isn’t your thing you can enjoy a glass of wine or cocktail. The Dirtbag Bar is quickly becoming famous for their Micheladas which is a great companion to some of those early morning sporting events that die-hard fans love getting up early for.

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