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4 places to grab a bite to eat near Inglewood's SoFi Stadium

Eugene Adams

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All of Los Angeles County is crazy about sports. L.A. is home to two football teams, two basketball teams, and two baseball teams (sort of).

Of all the cities in Los Angeles County, Inglewood makes a good case for the biggest sports town around. SoFi Stadium opened last year and is home to both the Chargers and the Rams. It will also host the 2028 Summer Olympics.

Inglewood's status as a sports town will only grow once the Clippers move to town. Their new Intuit Dome is set to open in time for the 2024–2025 NBA season.

Whether you are watching live or at home, two things that go great with sports are beer and food. The good news is that Inglewood is a great place for both of those things.

Here are four great places to eat and drink close to SoFi Stadium.

Hilltop Coffee + Kitchen

If you need a caffeine fix to make it through an entire game, Hilltop Coffee + Kitchens has you covered. Their menu contains an extensive list of coffee and tea options.

If you're hungry, they've got you covered as well. They have a delicious breakfast sandwich and burrito. They also have shrimp tacos, a crispy chicken sandwich, a tuna melt, and many other great options.

Hilltop Coffee + Kitchen also has locations in Eagle Rock and Slauson.

Hours:

Monday — Sunday: 8 am- 2:30 pm

Address: 170 N. La Brea Ave. Inglewood, CA 90302

Phone: (323) 743–8100

Website: www.findyourhilltop.com

Sunday Gravy

If you are looking for high-quality Italian food, Sunday Gravy is worth visiting.

Sunday Gravy opened just before the Covid-19 Pandemic started. Its goal is to provide the people of Inglewood with better dining options than big chain restaurants. They aim to do this by using the highest quality and freshest ingredients. Sunday Gravy puts a significant emphasis on the positive social effect provided by great food, drink, and conversation.

Sunday Gravy serves all the Italian classics like spaghetti and meatballs. They also have several great sub and sandwich options, and you can wash it all down with something off the beer or wine menus.

Hours:

Wednesday — Thursday: 2 pm- 9 pm

Friday — Saturday: 3 pm- 10 pm

Sunday: 2 pm- 9 pm

Address:1122 Centinela Ave, Inglewood, CA

Website: www.eatsundaygravy.com

The Serving Spoon

If you're looking to grab some breakfast before a big game, The Serving Spoon is a great option. They have great fried chicken, waffles, mac and cheese, and much more.

If you're a Rams fan, it's worth noting that The Serving Spoon is a certified Rams House. That makes it a perfect pre-game spot if you're looking to enjoy food with fellow Rams fans.

Make sure you come early because The Serving Spoon closes at 2 pm every day.

Hours:

Monday — Sunday: 8 am- 2 pm

Address: 1403 Centinela Ave, Inglewood, CA 90302

Phone: (310) 412–3927

Website: www.theservingspoon.net

In-N-Out

Some people will laugh at putting a fast food place on a list like this. But let's be honest, a burger, fries, and soda go great before or after a game. Fast food is also great comfort food after your team suffers a tough loss.

In-N-Out is the most iconic in Southern California as far as fast food goes. Few places can compete with a good animal-style double-double.

Hours:

Monday — Thursday: 10:30 am- 1 am

Friday — Saturday: 10:30 am- 1:30 am

Sunday: 10:30 am- 1 am

Address: 3411 W. Century Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90301

Phone: 1–800–786–1000

Website: www.in-n-out.com

Note: This article was edited on 3/15/22 to include The Serving Spoon and update hours.

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