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Dec 9, 2007 02:24 PM

Soup's Grill in Woodland Hills - Opinions?

Went there today for lunch. While the baseball memorabilia and design of the place is cool (a dugout facing the bar, large chairs in the shape of a baseball glove), the food was decent, but not worth the money. Almost ten bucks for a Patty Melt or burger - cheese is extra. Most of the sandwiches were in the ten dollar range.

We don't have many sports-themed restaurants where I can bring my kids in the Valley so it's kinda nice to have this new place, but I thought the prices were a bit high for what we got.

Has anyone been? Opinions? Favorite dishes?


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    1. Haven't eaten there but I know the place is owned by major league pitcher Jeff Suppan, formerly of the Cardinals, now Milwaukee Brewers.

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      1. re: markn

        Haven't been for a long time but if it's still there try:

        Yankee Doodles
        21870 Victory Blvd, Woodland Hills, CA
        (818) 883-3030

        1. re: LesThePress

          Soups, is a place to have beer and fries. The food is not that good even for a 'sports bar'.
          By the way I here Yankee Doodles is now closed.

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        1. I agree that's Soup's is the rare sports grill where you can bring you kids. Every time I'm there, it is fun to see young girls and boys ooohing and aaahing over the memorabilia. I think it's a cool place for any sports fan, of any age, to catch a game or meet up with friends. Unfortunately, ten bucks is not that uncommon for most grills these days. I tend to order the hoagies and the cheesesteaks while I sit in the dugout with my friends.