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The Best Stadium Food in Los Angeles


Professional sports with fans is back! And if you're anything like me, you're probably wondering what there is to eat to make the game go by faster!! Pick your sport below and see what I've got to Eat on Game Day in L.A.

Ordering may look a little different than you are used to, but the food is just as delicious as it was in 2019!


Grab and Go Concessions will continue at Dodger Stadium with social distancing measures in place. The food, curated by Executive Chef Ryan Evans, is all about making your usual game-day eats taste even more like Los Angeles.

Step outside of your Doyer Dog comfort zone and sample the Cheet-O-Lote sweet roasted corn on a stick. Rubbed with chipotle lime mayo and dusted with Flamin' Hot Cheetos, cotija cheese, and Tajin seasoning, it's a party in your mouth! Just not first date food :)


Next, enjoy a sweet and savory Chicken N' Waffle Sammy or go for the win with the King's Hawaiian Lobster Roll made with New England style lobster mix.

On the sweeter side, my must-have is the Churro Cake made with Horchata ice cream and drenched in Abuelita's Caramel and shavings.

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The Banc of California Stadium has a new addition this year: Trejo's Tacos. Located at the stadium's southeast corner, fans can order food on the LAFC app from their seat and skip the line at the taco stand!. Menu items include Chicken and Steak Tacos; Chips with salsa or guacamole; Beer; and Margaritas.

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The L.A. Rams and Chargers have a new stadium, so it's only fitting that the game day food should be brand new too.

Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo from L.A. restaurant favorites Son of a Gun and Jon & Vinny's are creating something reminiscent of a city lifestyle with L.A. Eats for SoFi Stadium.

Food choices are categorized by popular street names in Los Angeles, such as San Vicente Blvd, Fairfax Avenue, and Sawtelle Blvd. The up-leveled stadium food on Fairfax Avenue will include menu items like a Deep Fried Hot Dog and an Elongated Cheeseburger (on a sub bun) as well as Vegan Chili. San Vicente Blvd shows off a thick Pizza with classic California ingredients and a Stromboli Dog, wrapped in mortadella and capicola ham and then wrapped in pizza dough and baked in the oven. Healthy items like Kale and Gem Lettuce Salad will be paired with Meatballs to make it a full meal. Lastly, Sawtelle Blvd has more of an Asian flair with a Fried Chicken Sandwich topped with slaw and Tsunami Tots topped with Kewpie mayo and hoisin sauce.

The SoFi Stadium setup also allows for a more interactive experience for diners, with clear glass in all the kitchens and a sightline to the field, so you'll never miss a play because you had to order that second beer.

Tsunami TotsPhoto Credit: SoFi Stadium and Jakob Layman

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