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10 New Things Cookin' at The Staples Center
Making a general assumption here, of course, but concert/sport venue menus and concession items are fair to middling at its best. You go for the experience: rooting for Lakers, Kings or Clippers at Staples Center or sitting in the sun with a Dodger Dog and $20* beer in hand. (We exaggerate, but only a little.)
But Staples Center Executive Chef Pilar Sanchez is changing things up a bit on the concession, restaurant and catering sides at Staples Center. Check out our photos of her latest adds to the menus. Unfortunately, some of these items are only available in the suites or San Manuel Room (accessible to premiere ticket holders only).
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Husband and wife Felix Agyei and Hazel Rojas combine food from their heritages, creating a marriage of West African and Filipino cooking
Baby Yoda cocktails. Boozy Dole Whips. Volcanic tiki drinks. If you can dream it, they're probably mixing it somewhere on property.
A practice gaining traction at restaurants and businesses across Los Angeles is triggering discomfort, discord, and discussion among Angelenos.