Although 94% of the ref’s calls are incorrect, confronting him at his son's birthday party is illegal. Give sportpinions their proper venue with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of drinks and pub fare at Baddeley's Pourhouse in Long Beach. Frequented by sports aficionados and night-clubbers alike, Baddeley's saturates its patrons in daily drink specials and hosts a marathon four-hour happy hour. On Mondays, mosey in for a refreshing Tecate ($2.50), a potent Hornitos shot ($4) or indulge in Hornitos margaritas ($5). HDTVs emit images of football games and people knitting footballs on Sundays, when the sports bar serves Baddeley's infused vodka Bloody Marys. Baddeley's boasts a jukebox, pool tables, and a nostalgic interior dotted with Model Ts. Click here for a rundown of the specials.
Yelpers give Baddeley's Pourhouse a four-star average rating:
Of all the things a bar could be well known for, eggs might be low on the list. At Baddeley's Pourhouse, however, pickled eggs become unlikely stars, especially when washed down with iconic crimson, blue, and silver cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon. As patrons cluster in choruses of clinking cans and glasses, games flicker to life on seven high-definition televisions, which helped earn the tavern the No. 3 spot on CityVoter's list of Best Sports Bars in 2011. In a neon halo, a computerized jukebox spills out tunes and secret aspirations of becoming a food replicator on a starship missions. The cinnamon-hued felt of the pool table washes into the colors of red-topped bar stools, where customers perch as they order from the daily specials or discuss forming a synchronized swimming team for sponsorship by the alehouse.
3348 E Broadway
Long Beach, California 90803Get Directions