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6 Great takeaway options you can take to your next Dodger's game

Eugene Adams

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Dodger Stadium is one of the nation’s last standing original ballparks.

That makes it a great place to catch a ballgame. The Dodgers improved play over the last few seasons helps too.

One negative is that the food at the stadium is overpriced (I do love a Dodger Dog occasionally, though). The good news is that you can bring outside food into the stadium as long as it meets these guidelines.

Thankfully, Los Angeles has no shortage of great takeout options. Here are six takeout options near the stadium.


For reasons I’ll never understand, Lowboy is consistently underrated. It serves some of the best burgers around.

Lowboy has no gimmicks. They focus on quality food, drinks, and a genuinely fun atmosphere.

Their loaded smashed or lettuce-loaded burgers are easy to eat on the go. You can easily swing by their convenient takeout window before or after a ballgame.


Monday — Thursday: 4 pm- 1 am

Friday: 4 pm- 2 am

Saturday: 12 pm- 2 am

Sunday: 12 pm- 1 am


Monday — Friday: 4 pm- 6 pm

Address: 1540 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026

Phone: (213) 266–8161

Website: www.lowboybar.com

Cosa Buona

Cosa Buona serves some of the best pizzas around. It’s all good, but I recommend the BBQ Chicken Pizza.

The menu includes plenty of options you could take to the game with you. But, if you want to enjoy an adult beverage with your meal, they have an extensive beer and wine list.


Sunday — Thursday: 5 pm- 9 pm

Friday — Saturday: 5 pm- 10 pm

Wednesday: Closed

Address: 2100 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026

Phone: (213) 908–5211

Website: www.cosabuona.com

Quarter Sheets Pizza

Quarter Sheets Pizza serves pizza in squares. That makes it easy to bring with you to a game.

It’s currently only opened Thursday through Sunday, but you won’t regret coming by and trying a slice.


Thursday: 5 pm- 9 pm

Friday — Saturday: 12 pm- 3 pm & 5 pm- 8 pm

Sunday: 12 pm- 6 pm

Address: 1305 Portia St Los Angeles, CA 90026

Moo’s Craft Barbecue

Moo’s Craft Barbecue started as a BBQ popup in 2017. It was soo successful that it had no choice but to expand into a more permanent location.

Moo’s uses old-school techniques to make their delicious, melt-in-your-mouth smoked meats.

Everything is handcrafted and slow-cooked. That means it’s all high quality, but also, once it’s sold out, that’s it for the day.

If you’re looking for something to drink before or after the game, they have plenty of beer on tap.


Thursday — Saturday: 12 pm- 7 pm (or sold out)

Sunday: 12 pm- 6 pm (or sold out)

Address: 2118 N Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90031

Phone: (323) 686–4133

Website: www.mooscraftbarbecue.com

Mexicali Taco & Co.

Mexicali Taco & Co. is all about simple, well-made food.

Their tacos, vampires, quesadillas, and tortillas are perfect for eating on the go or bringing with you to the game.


Monday — Thursday: 11 am- 8 pm

Friday — Saturday: 11 am- 9 pm

Sunday: Closed

Address: 702 N Figueroa St Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone: (213) 613–0416

Website: www.mexicalitaco.com

Katsu Sando

Daniel Son and his family have mastered Japanese-style sandwiches. The classics like pork katsu or chicken katsu are amazing. They’re also easy to carry with you to the game.

The best part is that everything on the menu is reasonably priced.


Monday: Closed

Tuesday — Sunday: 11 am- 8 pm

Address: 736 N Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone: (213) 395–0710

Website: www.eatkatsusando.com

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