The parking lot of Millenium Shoes, a sneaker emporium in Inglewood, was packed. From afar, it looked like a music festival. Hip-hop played over the speakers, and the line to get in, even by the end of the day, was 40 to 50 people long. But up close, everyone was eating. Banana pudding. Fries topped with chicken and barbecue ranch sauce. Garlic shrimp noodles. Turkey and pastrami sliders. The event, called The Block: Urban Gastronomy Experience, was the first of its kind, a chance for people to try food from different underground chefs all in one place.