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Culver City

  1. Menus
    A-Frame Introduces AYCE Fried Chicken, Starting July 14Roy Choi says he’s been perfecting a recipe from his days spent cooking in the South.
  2. Burritofication
    Chipotle Spreading to Culver CityThe chain’s “Burritofication” offensive will strike at Sepulveda and Washington Boulevard.
  3. Openings
    Copenhagen Pastry Soft-Opens in Culver CityAuthentic Danish treats have a new, central position in L.A.
  4. Foodievents
    Royal/T Abdicates Its Culver City Space With ‘Greatest Hits’ BlowoutKenny Scharf and Warhol museum director Eric Shiner will be among the many on hand for a tour and fiesta.
  5. The Happiest Hours on Earth
    Waterloo & City Launches New Happy Hour MenuThe new selection offers Brendan Collins’ take on Indian, Italian, and British staples.
  6. Foodievents
    Culver City Spikes Your LemonadeOver a dozen neighborhood restaurants are putting their twists on the summertime refreshment.
  7. Openings
    The Corner Door Opens Tomorrow in Culver City WestLuke Reyes is executing a focused menu free of popcorn.
  8. Slideshows
    Eight Tolerable Pieces of Food Art From ‘The Art of Cooking’ at Royal/TAnd some of the crap, too.
  9. Imports
    The Blind Barber: A Shave and a Cocktail, Two BitsNew York’s odd hybrid of cocktail lounge and barber shop is opening soon in Culver City.
  10. Art Bites
    The Art of Cooking Hits Royal/T This FridayOver 60 pieces include food-themed art from Kenny Scharf and Scott Reeder.
  11. Foodievents
    Batch Busts Out Whole Hog Dinner Tonight For $25Dishes include suckling pig and pulled pork pizza.
  12. Empire Building
    Culver City’s Fraiche Being Replaced by Public SchoolMore surprisingly, the Santa Monica location of Fraiche is still in existence.
  13. The Great Outdoors
    Batch Busts Out a Spring Menu, Gets Primal on New PatioA new series will find Salvador Roldan going nose-to-tail with a whole beast.
  14. Temporary Closings
    Le Saint Amour Takes An Arrow to The HeartSo far, the French food scene in L.A. is off to a bit of a rocky start.
  15. Openings
    EK Valley Replaces Xotik Kitchen with Oaxacan MenuPinches Tacos has a pinche new competitor on Washington Boulevard.
  16. Menus
    Cafe Livre et Le Marche Brings Tea-Smoked Rillettes and Tea-Infused AguasFarid Zadi is opening a new garden patio for tea-infused dishes and fermented Chinese tea.
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    M.B. Post Does Brunch (Finally!); Delicieuse to Stop ScoopingCasa Azul officially open, Erewhon hoping to head points east.
  18. Menus
    Akasha Serves a New Year’s Balinese FeastLike Roy Choi and Santos Uy’s new restaurants, the menu was inspired by the chef’s vacation.
  19. Openings
    Batch Opens Monday for Drunken SowsThe creatively named cocktail features bacon-infused bourbon and sapling.
  20. The Breakfast Club
    Farid Zadi Starts All-Day Breakfast at Cafe Livre et Le MarcheThere’s even a plate named for Ludo, without any foie gras!
  21. Openings
    Bulgarini Gelato Now Serving Culver CityHere’s to saving yourself a trip to Altadena!
  22. Openings
    Coolhaus Starts Scooping Tomorrow in Its Culver City StorefrontIn addition to the stacked ice cream sandwiches, expect an interactive design and Blue Bottle Coffee.
  23. Empire Building
    Bulgarini is Bringing Its Gelato to Culver City Next MonthThe superior sorbet and gelato will be served at Teaforest starting December 1st.
  24. Slideshow
    What’s Cooking at Eat.Good.Clean.FoodSo far it’s a visually captivating blend of French, Spanish, and Northern African influences, bound together by California’s bounty.
  25. Openings
    Eat.Good.Clean.Food Soft-Opens This Weekend in Culver City with a Cous CousFarid Zadi is holding a cous cous festival, while the epicerie’s front will sell its prepared foods.
  26. Empire Building
    Farid Zadi and Team Taking Over Culver City with Eat. Good. Clean. FoodThe restaurant will fuse French cooking with U.S. comfort dishes and serve as the new home of the chef’s Ecole de Cuisine.
  27. Openings
    Seventy 7 Opens Tonight in a Culver City Back-AlleyThis cocktail lounge from the Rocco’s Tavern team is a not-that-secret speakeasy where you have to get a password from Twitter to enter every day.
  28. Closings
    MoKo Closing After Five Months, Gyenari 2 Will Come In Its PlaceSadly, chef Gary Robins is having serious health problems.
  29. Slideshow
    First Look at Savor’s Fast Food, Bringing Arepas, Chicken Burgers, and TacosThe menu has a little of everything, from Venezuelan food to hot dogs.
  30. Openings
    A Look into Ramen Yamadaya, Open This Saturday in Culver CityThe restaurant’s prized tonkotsu ramen was previously only available in Torrance.
  31. Lunch
    Lukshon Starts Lunching, Get Your Shanghai Matzo Ball Soup TomorrowThe chef will feature new dishes like the soup and pork belly lettuce cups with crispy pig ear.
  32. Reopenings
    Thai Market Reopens in Culver CityThe good news is you get fed a lot for five dollars, even if the food could be greatly improved upon.
  33. Deals
    Beer and Bao Ssam for Ten at MokoThe restaurant wraps ssam in bao for a creative take on lunch.
  34. Coming Soon
    Coolhaus Eyes Labor Day DebutIce queens Natasha Case and Freya Estreller have helped to create an environmentally-friendly and interactive brick-and-mortar in Culver City.
  35. Openings
    Rocco’s Tavern Brings Old-School Italian to Culver City on FridayA new Culver City spot for classics like linguini and clams, NY-style thin-crust pizza and more.
  36. Sweet Things
    First Look: Father’s Office Starts Serving Dessert TonightThe chef takes his sugar seriously. But fortunately, he hasn’t left his old friend beer out of the picture.
  37. Video Feed
    The Sommelier at Surfas Reviews MoKoDavid Rozansky plays restaurant critic in KCET’s new guest reviewer series.
  38. Slideshow
    A Look Into What Gary Robins is Cooking at MoKoIncredible things are happening here, while the restaurant does its best to shake off the ghosts of Gyenari.
  39. Trimmings
    El Sazon Oaxaquena Gets a New LookUnfortunately, it’s sort of close to what Sazon Latin Fusion’s logo looks like.
  40. Openings
    Dual Restaurants, Not Dueling Restaurants, Come to Life in PalmsMario Ernst opens his two-headed barbecue and Mexican food monster on Sepulveda.
  41. Trimmings
    CoolHaus Store Intergrates CoolHaus TruckThe design of the store finds a city scene on the wall and ice cream served from the shell of a truck.
  42. In Season
    It’s Alcapurria Season at Sazon!The Puerto Rican empanadas here are made with green plantains and go great with the new booze selection.
  43. Truckin'
    Now Tamara’s Tamales Wants to Start Trucking TooDid anyone around here read that damned L.A. Times article last week?
  44. Menus
    First Look at Moko’s MenuThe kim chi uses Napa cabbage, the fried chicken is Jidori, and the prices don’t get near to what WP24 charges for luxury Chinese.
  45. Truckin'
    Coolhaus Finds a Culver City HomeThe ice cream sandwiches truck is going brick and mortar with some cool interior design tricks, naturally, to be revealed.
  46. Strip Search
    Strip Search: Sepulveda Blvd. & Washington Place, Culver CityWhere to find gringo tacos, tongue tortas, and a different kind of vintage French dip in Culver City.
  47. Openings
    Finally, L.A. Gets a Five Guys!The chain could expand to 20 L.A. stores in the near future, timely considering Fatburger is declaring bankruptcy.
  48. Closings
    The Point Reaches Its EndMaybe we haven’t earned the right to cheaper Mark Peel cuisine just yet.
  49. Openings
    Gyenari Closed, To Be Replaced By MoKo Next TuesdayFormer Russian Tea Room chef Gary Robins, hot off a fall pop-up, will do the Korean-inspired cooking here.
  50. Look Who's Popping Up
    It’s Not a Fight: Fraiche Teams Chefs Up For Rustic MondaysBenjamin Bailly and Ricardo Zarate prepare to cook side-by-side this month.
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