The best (and worst) food at Staples Center

The next time you head to a Lakers game, order the chicken sandwich. Here's a guide to the best food at Staples Center, including fried chicken, cocktails and a beef dip sandwich.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • November 3, 2021
This story is part of Stadium Eats, an ongoing series that explores the best (and worst) food at sports stadiums across California. Staples Center may have opened in 1999, but it’s never lost that new-car feel. This is a fancy arena. Perhaps...
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