DOWNTOWN LA FOR HOCKEY WEEKEND!!
Coming in from Vancouver to see the Canucks BEAT the Kings this weekend. Arriving Friday and have till Sunday morning.
So far, the list of restaurants include-
1) Park's BBQ if we can call to get rez when we arrive.
2) Langer's deli for the sandwiches.
3) Nickel diner for the bacon donuts. ahh......
4) Umami Burger- trying to see if we can fit this in because we are staying close to Staple's Centre.
5) Roscoe's Chicken & Waffles- since I have heard about it back in the day.
Pretty much have WAY too many places for my 5 meals.
Any suggestions on what to keep or any others that i MUST include.
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I think you've done your research well and have everything covered. Roscoe's is not very good, but go for the experience nonetheless. Might want to add a Mexican place like Chichen Itza. But otherwise sounds like you're all set.
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the original pantry for a massive breakfast is only several; blocks from staples..avoid the lines by bypassing and going directly to the counter...good eats good value...legendary phillipes for sandwiches also....good luck..kings will win!
hhmm..... last i checked the nucks were 1st overall in the league. BUT Kings did get penner, still.
I am so confident, I will probably spend my entire trip checking out the restaurants above and skip the game. Why bother with the game when I know the outcome will be a canucks victory!!
PS- to fill my time- give me a couple other MUST eats in that area!!
Walking distance to Staples is Rivera, best sushi in the area is Sushi Gen or Toshi Sushi, there are now three great coffee bars on Spring Street not too far away. Best views are the Bonnaventure bar or steakhouse, Takami sushi and Elevate Lounge, WP24 Bar and Restaurant at the Ritz Carlton or the Standard pool bar. Also good places to have a celebratory cocktail when the Kings win.
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