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Here’s the Full Food Lineup for LA Football Club’s New Stadium

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The massive new South LA Banc of California Stadium opens April 29

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The nearly-finished Banc of California Stadium
Courtesy LA Football Club

Los Angeles soccer fans have a lot to look forward to when the brand new Banc of California stadium officially opens at the end of the month, not least of which is the wide array of new dining options available inside.

Los Angeles Football Club fans have already heard from a few big local names about their participation at the stadium, including Eddie Ruiz and the Chicas Tacos crew taking two different stalls at opposing entrances. Bludso’s will be doing barbecue sandwiches and sides, and Beer Belly is in for their brand of big-flavor, beer-friendly eats — including those famous duck fries.

So what else to expect? Seoul Sausage for one. The shop has a history of roaming the streets as a food truck and, later, as several brick and mortar spots around the city, but now they’re doing Korean-flavored sausages, fries, and more. There will also be French bread-style pizzas from a newcomer called The Crest, and The Roost which focuses on pita and shawarma plates done up like Middle Eastern nachos. The Press will do pressed sandwiches and grilled cheese, and LA Rotisserie is offering roasted half-chickens, porchetta, sandwiches, and more.

Beyond those specialty offerings soccer fans can also look forward to everyday fare like stadium snacks and Hebrew National hot dogs, plus macro and local craft beer from names like Three Weavers. Local dessert truck CVT Soft Serve is also reportedly in at the stadium with one of their new branded soft serve machine kiosks.

Banc of California Stadium officially opens for business on April 29. An adjacent building with separate food experiences will come online later this year.

Banc of California Stadium
3939 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA

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