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8.5

106 Seafood Underground

Sylvio Martins
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8.5

Coni’Seafood

Brant Cox
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8.3

Banadir Somali Restaurant

Brant Cox
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8.3

Blessed Tropical Jamaican Cuisine

Brant Cox
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8.3

Dulan’s Soul Food Kitchen

Nikko Duren
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8.1

LA Review

Trini Style Cuisine

Trini Style is a counter-service Caribbean spot in Inglewood specializing in dishes from Trinidad and Tobago.

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8.5

LA Review

106 Seafood Underground

This Inglewood restaurant is located in a residential backyard and there are no signs on the street. But if you trust us not to lead you astray, you will be rewarded with some truly excellent mariscos.

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LA Review

Stuff I Eat

Stuff I Eat is a vegan restaurant in Inglewood with solid Tex-Mex and southern dishes.

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8.0

LA Review

The Serving Spoon

The Serving Spoon is a classic diner in Inglewood that serves excellent Southern breakfast staples.

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LA Review

Orleans & York Deli

Orleans and York is a Cajun/New York-style shop sandwich in Inglewood, great for a quick bite or takeout.

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8.5

LA Review

Coni’Seafood

Coni’Seafood is Mexican seafood nirvana, and one of the more unique restaurants in LA.

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LA Guide

How To Spend A Saturday Afternoon In The South Bay

Chorizo shops, bowling alleys, and dinner by the beach.

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LA Review

Sip & Sonder

Sip & Sonder in Inglewood is a coffee house, publisher, creative studio, event space, and bonafide community hub.

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LA Review

Country Style Jamaican Restaurant

Country Style is one of the best Jamaican restaurants in Inglewood - and all of Los Angeles.

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LA Review

Hungry Joe’s Jamaican Restaurant

Hungry Joe’s is a long-standing Jamaican restaurant in Inglewood with very good jerk chicken.

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LA Review

Little Kingston Jamaican Restaurant

Little Kingston is a solid Jamaican restaurant in Windsor Hills with very good jerk chicken.

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LA Review

Northgate Gonzalez Markets

Northgate is an excellent Mexican supermarket with locations all across Los Angeles.

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LA Feature

We Love Takeout From Blessed Tropical Jamaican Cuisine

Everything you need to order from our favorite jerk chicken shop in LA.

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LA Review

Big Fish Market

Big Fish is a great Inglewood seafood market with a solid selection of fresh fish by the pound, in addition to a bunch of pre-made dinners.

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LA Guide

The Best Restaurants In Inglewood

These are the 22 places you need to be eating at right now.

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LA Review

Three Weavers Brewery

Three Weavers Brewery in Inglewood makes some of the best beer in LA, and is a great place to spend a weekend day drinking.

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LA Review

Maria’s Rico Tacos

Maria’s Rico Tacos in Inglewood is a Mexican spot with good tacos and excellent carne asada fries.

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LA Review

Pann’s Restaurant & Coffee Shop

Pann’s is an old-school diner in Ladera Heights that’s been around since the ’50s.

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LA Review

Front Page Jamaican Grille

A tiny, family-run place in Inglewood, Front Page has great Jamaican food, ideally located near LAX.

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LA Guide

Where To Eat Around The Forum

After a big overhaul, The Forum is back in action and that means you’re heading to Inglewood for concerts again. Here’s where to eat.