Econo Lodge Near LAX
4123 W. Century Blvd.
Inglewood, CA 90304
Phone: (310) 672-7285
Fax: (310) 672-1046
Opened in 2008, Stuff I Eat is the brainchild of Babette Davis or Miss B as she is fondly called and her husband Rondal Davis. This is a vegan hot spot among the locals. They don't use any artificial flavoring, preservatives or refined sugars in their food. Its earthy terracotta floors, soft hued walls and comfy chairs give it a cozy and inviting ambiance. Savor their dishes like Organic Soul Food Platter, Enchilada Pie, Kilimanjaro Quesadilla, Wild and Black Rice, and Jerk Tofu. They even a kids menu that will surely excite them. Take a sip of Tropical Blend Smoothie or Carrot Coconut Smoothie to complete your meal.
Treat your taste buds to some fresh and exciting flavors at Coni'Seafood. This restaurant serves delicious Mexican cuisine and specializes in seafood delicacies. Committed to serving the best, Coni'Seafood uses fresh and finest ingredients for its food preparation. Coni'Seafood has gained many awards and accolades for their seafood and hospitality. Try Ceviche Marinero, Smoked Marlin Tacos or Pescado Zarandeado from their menu which has gained them many fans. The friendly staff and comfortable decor makes your dining experience more pleasurable.
Current Affair is host to both new and old school R&B acts, as well as great jazz and blues. This is music for the soul and if it doesn't get you moving, nothing will. Everything feels new and shiny, both the interior and the atmosphere. The clientèle comes from all over, but are mostly locals who know where the real music and entertainment is. Great drinks and a small menu of appetizers to please your palate are available while enjoying the talent and tunes.
Coley's Caribbean American Cuisine is a great, casual place to hang with your friends, share some drinks (including deceptively strong fruit shakes) and munch on real Jamaican specialties. The Jerk Chicken is great and spicy and the fried plantains are like potato chips it's impossible to just eat one. The atmosphere is very inviting and casual. Sit back, relax and feel the island vibes take your stress away, even if the island's only in your mind.
The Proud Bird serves excellent unlimited buffet for lunch and a la carte for dinner. The menu includes appetizers like shrimp cocktails, calamari and a range of homemade pastas and salads. Also served here is a wide range of sandwiches like the french dip prime rib sandwich. The Sunday brunch has unlimited champagne which makes a visit to the Bird very tempting! The restaurant also offers a number of banquet rooms that can be booked for events.
This family-run business caters to both meat lovers and vegetarians, though the latter may find fewer dishes to choose from at the buffet. Those who like spicy food will also be pleasantly surprised. You choose your own ingredients, spices and oils as well, and then hand them over to the chef who flame-broils everything right in front of you. It's fresh, delicious and completely custom made for your tastes and appetite. Beer, wine and soft drinks are available.
Nestled in the luxurious Renaissance Los Angeles Hotel, 96th Street Bistro is a highlight on the fine dining scene. Featuring delicious fusion cuisine, its menu is a reflection of the cultural diversity California is renowned for. Signature dishes include peking duck quesadilla, that blends Asian and Mexican flavors, while the flatbread topped with portabello, basil and chicken bridges Californian and Italian coasts. Tasteful and elegant decor contributes to a sophisticated ambiance; and its proximity to the airport makes it a popular pit stop among business travellers.
Soul food just the way mothers make it where nothing is out of the can. Opening in 1974, Bertha's is one of the oldest soul food spots in LA. The gumbo, while a bit messy, is oozing with the rice, chicken, crab and mild hot links. In Bertha's case regulars have been coming years, some for 40 plus years. The menu is filled with hearty dishes like oxtails, fried chicken and short ribs. The house-gravy, which tops everything, is rich and beefy in flavor. After all that, Bertha's doesn't disappoint with its dessert options. Try the peach cobbler and ice cream. Bertha's is a rare neighborhood find.
A plush locale to enjoy a fine Italian meal, Paparazzi is a gem. Located inside the Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel at the Los Angeles International Airport the restaurant serves classic recipes with aplomb. Filling though not too heavy, the dishes are tantalizing and tasty. Try the Strozzapreti con Pollo e Funghi di Bosco pasta or the Tagliolini Bianchi & Neri con Gamberi which are two delicious pastas. The wine list is formidable too. While service is professional, the elegant interiors and appealing staff take one step further in wooing the diner's heart.
This is one of the most classic coffee shops around. The menu is large and the crowd is as diverse as it gets. The architecture of Pann's is classic 1950s, so the room is large with comfy-cozy booths and spacious tables. The large menu is as diverse as the crowd. Traditional diner staples such as burgers and sandwiches are mixed with more non-traditional items including exotic pizzas and Asian noodle dishes. Hearty breakfasts, succulent fried chicken and even some other classic soul food items are offered as well.
You can get more than tacos at this two-room restaurant. Decorated with traditional Mexican paintings and the occasional sombrero, everything on the menu is delicious and comes to your table fast. The chips are baked on the premises and the salsa is very tasty. Bring an amigo and chow down, as Paco sure knows his way around this kitchen.
Coffee Co. is a mere three blocks away from the Los Angeles Airport, although from inside the cozy interior you'd never know it. Locals flock to Coffee Co. for their morning cup of joe and generally stay for the tasty breakfast and lunch creations whipped up inside the kitchen. Coffee Co.'s cuisine is fairly straightforward: omelets, egg dishes, pancakes and waffles all make their regular appearances. There's plenty of non-standard delicacies to enjoy, however, such as the french toast made with locally produced Hawaiian sweet bread, battered and fried until it reaches crispy perfection. A standard spread of lunch items such as soups, salads and sandwiches are also on offer, and Coffee Co. grinds their meat daily to ensure the utmost freshness.