The big screen, the friends, the teams–the food. Here are a few Century City/Westwood options. Let the games begin.
Two words: Cheeseburger fries. The order comes out in a huge aluminum tin–and it's filled to the brim. White cheese, yellow cheese, chewy but warm beef, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and ranch (by choice) make for a swirl of topping so thick that the french fries take a backseat, but that's not a bad thing. The thin, salty potato strips are a nice surprise at the bottom.
Price for football friendly food: $5.95.
Crispy calamari makes for a fried seafood snack that gets better with every salty and slightly oily bite. Tip: be there between 4 p.m.-7 p.m. for the same big plate filled with sauces (white cream and marinara) and calamari for half the price.
Price for football friendly food: $3.50-$7 depending on happy hour specials.
Mozzarella Sticks are the perfect Super Bowl snack. Filling and filled with mozzarella cheese, each breaded bite is even better with a dip into the side of marinara sauce. Insider tip: ask for the parmesan sprinkling on the side, or the sticks are a bit loaded with the flavor.
Price for football friendly food: $3.99