What you should know
- Randy’s Donuts has LA Rams Donuts ($3.25 each) through Monday, January 17th
- The Pacific Wheel at the Santa Monica Pier will feature the team’s colors in a full-scale light show on January 16th and 17th (sunset to midnight).
- The LA Rams will face the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Wild Card Game at SoFi Stadium on Jan. 17 at 5:15 p.m
Team tributes can take many fantastic forms, from t-shirts to sweatshirts, hats and scarves, pennants and handmade signs, to decorating your car, lawn or TV room (if you’re throwing a party for a big game). .
But fan love can come in other shapes and sizes, especially when the anticipation of a big event builds.
Watch the NFC wild card game on Monday, January 17 as the Los Angeles Rams take on the Arizona Cardinals.
As Rams fans gear up for everything from those all-important car adornments to donning lucky jerseys, Randy’s Donuts showcases its crunchy backing of dough, sugar, cream and colorful frosting.
That means one delicious thing: these delicious Los Angeles Rams donuts are back on the shelves at your local Randy’s, but only for a limited time.
The legendary pastry chef, who started in Inglewood but is now everywhere, including Orange County, will have football-shaped candy for sale through Monday, January 17th.
The donut itself? It’s a sublime treat, with a filling of Bavarian cream. The cost is $3.25 each, and this is definitely a “while they last” kind of thing.
But there’s more LA Rams-focused love afoot in town, and while the thing we’re about to mention is also round, much like the giant donut decoration on the original Randy’s, it’s actually much, much bigger than Randy’s Roof icon on which it stands nine stories tall.
It’s the Pacific Wheel at Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier, and it will sparkle in shades of gold and blue on the evenings of January 16th and 17th to honor local favorites before and during Wild Card play.
Add pep to the lighted show? A lighted array of Ram-tastic symbols, those iconic logos and images that fans will also sport on their cars, shirts and lawns.
The Pacific Wheel presentation begins at sunset on January 16th and 17th and ends at midnight and is free to view either in person or via the solar-powered Ferris wheel’s live camera.