A greasy spoon diner in downtown Inglewood, Rusty Pot serves breakfast sandwiches we’d eat any time of day. The Overload Breakfast Sandwich comes piled with bacon, avocado, tomato, eggs, and aioli, all over sourdough, and is exactly what we want when we’re hungover. The catfish po’boy is another great bet - it comes out looking like a burger, with tomato, lettuce, and pickles under a huge hunk of crispy fried catfish. It’s our favorite thing when we’re here for lunch. The space itself is a bit dark, so we like to sit at one of their tables out on Market Street.
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