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Food

Where To Eat After The Game: A Guide to DTLA Restaurants

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By Stephanie Ocampo/Special to LAist

You just watched Kobe and Pau put in work on that 3-peat the entire city is pining for, now it’s time to find a downtown LA restaurant to satisfy your own cravings. You know what you’re in for at the army of steakhouses surrounding the Staples Center and you know what kind of gutbuster items await you at ESPN Zone. What other restaurant options within walking distance of The Staples Center can feed a Bynum-sized appetite, whether or not you’ve got a Bynum-sized salary?