710 Grille of San Pedro

Welcome to our new and improved website! 710 GRILLE has been serving up Good Food for Good People for over 12 years in the beautiful portside town of San Pedro, California. We are very proud to cook up the Best Hot Wings and some of the Craziest Burgers around to our wonderful customers. We are the winner of Fox LA’s Hot List for Best Hot Wings in Los Angeles for 2007, 2008, and 2009.In April 2011, we were featured on Food Network’s “Outrageous Food” for our insane Ring of Fire Wings and the fire has been lit ever since.We even had a man fly in from San Francisco just to try our Ring of Fire Wings.God love those Food Network Fans!!!710 GRILLE is family-owned and operated by lifetime San Pedrans and our customers truly love our small neighborhood feel.It’s like being home with friends and family, but you don’t have to wash the dishes.Come on in and check out our Big Screen TV’s, extra-Cold Beers, and, of course, our Hot Wings.Don’t Forget:Kids eat FREE on Tuesdays!One child under 12-years-old eats Free off the Kid’s Menu with a paying adult.No substitutions and Dine-In only.It’s a great way to save in these tough times. Come enjoy with the family!

Contact us

Add: 710 S. Weymouth
San Pedro, CA 90731

Phone: 310.519.WINGS

Email: [email protected]

11:00am – 9:00pm Daily

Closed Mondays


“You’ve just got to try this place. The 710 Grille is a local hangout in a great San Pedro neighborhood. The Wings are famous for various levels of FIRE: Safe, Sissy, Spicy, Scorching, Extra-Scorching & Ring of Fire (You have to sign a Waiver for that one). They also have Honey Mustard, Teriyaki, BBQ, and Jamaican Jerk.
Don’t fancy wings? Then try a Burger: Beef, Veggie, Turkey, Cevapcici, Alligator (“The Reggie Burger”), Buffalo, Ostrich & Kangaroo.
This place has it all: Mexican Food, Salads, Sandwiches, Wine, Ice Cold Beer, and now Breakfast. Sports TV’s on both sides of the joint, and a great crowd for Monday Nite Football. Go there & find out if you can handle the Wings of the Century.”-Posted by: TheSilb, 10/31/2009