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Cole's Buffet

Cole's Buffet
118 East 6th Street
Los Angeles , CA 90014
(213) 622-4090

Since 1908. Old-style cafeteria, line-up the tray kind of place. Surprising selection of wine and beer. Great dipped sandwiches. Parking is a challenge. Closes early so best for pre-game dinner.  more

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El Cholo

El Cholo
1121 South Western Avenue
Los Angeles , CA 90006
(323) 734-2773

Prominent Southern California Mexican restaurant - a small chain. This is the original and the one to go to. Big portions, cheese everywhere, great Margaritas, chips and salsa. Usually crowded, but especially on weekends.   more

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El Prado Bar

El Prado Bar
1805 W. Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles , California 90026
(213) 484-6079

'Beer, snacks, record. Open 7 days a week, 8pm - ?' Actual vinyl records on a turntable (come and see them kids), interesting brews on tap.  more

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Fred 62

Fred 62
1850 N. Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles , California 90027
(323) 667-0062

Described as "bowling alley fashion sense...and classic Hollywood charm." Cool diner atmosphere, with creative, tasty dishes. Vegans and serious poker players welcome. Open 24 hours.   more

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Palermo's

Palermo's
1858 N. Vermont
Los Angeles , California 90027
(323) 663-1178

Fine post-game spot for exceptional pizza and traditional Sicilian line of chow. Genuinely friendly staff, and free jug wine while you wait for a table.  more

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Phillippe's

Phillippe's
1001 N. Alameda Street
Los Angeles , California 90012
(213) 628-3781

An absolute must. The single best pre-game spot - period, end of discussion. Inventor of the French dipped sandwich. Get beef, ask for it 'double-dipped,' with great vinegary cole slaw. Easy parking, Dodger memorabilia on display, and an... more

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Red Lion Tavern

Red Lion Tavern
2366 Glendale Blvd.
Los Angeles , CA 90039
(213) 662-5337

Oktoberfest menu, beer in a boot, German fraus in push-up bras...the whole nine yards. Impossible not to have a good time after the game, win or lose. more

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The Original Pantry Cafe

The Original Pantry Cafe
877 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles , CA 90017
(213) 972-9279

Owned by former mayor Richard Riordan, this place is open 24/7. Doors close for earthquakes only, and even then it has to be a 6.1 or greater. Steak and potatoes, surly but professional waiters, moves fast.  more

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The Original Tommy's

The Original Tommy's
2575 West Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles , CA 90057
(213) 389-9060

No relation to Lasorda. The singular LA chili burger stand...'stand' being the operative word. Stand-up counter eating only, and watch as chili drips from your face to your shoe, or close to it. You can eat in the car, but we recommend t... more

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The Short Stop

The Short Stop
1455 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles , California 90026
(213) 482-4942

Yes, its spelled wrong. Dive bar gone good. Formerly a LAPD hangout, and it still has the gun lockers to prove it. Closest bar to the stadium, and an occasional visit from Dodger player.    more

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Traxx

Traxx
800 N. Alameda Street
Los Angeles , California 90012
(213)625-1999

Upscale, but not overly so, railway station fine dining inside Union Station. Same architect as the Coliseum, USC and LA City Hall.  more

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Won Kok

Won Kok
210 Alpine Street
Los Angeles , California 90012
(213) 613-0700

Name withstanding, a clutch Chinatown place to go after an extra innings game. Open till 2am and weeknights and 4am on Friday and Saturday.  more

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