Pann’s is one of those places where you walk in and instantly feel like you’ve time traveled—or at least stepped onto a movie set. The 60+-year-old diner is an LA institution, complete with red leather booths, a long line of bar stools, and a classic neon sign. It’s a midcentury masterpiece filled with Inglewood regulars having midweek mimosa brunch, and the retired dudes sitting near you might just be reminiscing about LA’s 1984 Olympics. Between 8am and 3pm daily, you can drop in for a stack of hotcakes, biscuits & gravy, or a tuna melt with a side of homemade onion rings. The main draw here is definitely the retro atmosphere, but the fried chicken wings are some of the best we’ve had in the area.