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Culver City

  1. Menus
    Walter Manzke Enters The Chef-Driven Fried Chicken ThunderdomeCould Manzke’s fried chicken become a contender for L.A.’s top bird?
  2. Beer Me
    City Tavern Brings Craft Beer Even Closer to Our Lips on April 4thThe Rush Street owners are opening a slightly more adult bar and restaurant in Culver City.
  3. Openings
    Kabab Grill Opens in Palms With House-Baked Bread and Open-Fire GrillingAlready, the daily baked baklava and Arabic coffee are calling to us.
  4. Strip Search
    Strip Search: Culver City IndianCulver City has become the new go-to grounds for great Indian cooking in L.A.
  5. Let's Do Brunch
    Walter Manzke Helps Le Saint Amour Roll Out BrunchA selection of Gallic staples includes an omelet with merguez and charcuterie from owner Herve Commereuc.
  6. Truckin'
    Culver City Gets a Food Truck CourtIt’s taken a while, but the mobile food courts are finally catching on.
  7. Slideshow
    A Look at Lukshon’s Menu, In PhotosSang Yoon’s tribute to Asian cooking cuisine fits smoothly into the recent explosion of chef-driven explorations honored by the city’s most visionary toques
  8. Look Who's Popping Up
    Mr. Toast Popping Up at Royal/T Through FebruaryShaky Bacon will be there too!
  9. Strip Search
    Strip Search: 4500 Block of South CentinelaWhere to get authentic Mexican seafood, inexpensive goat tacos, and sushi specials on the southern end of this Westside street.
  10. Foodievents
    Roller Derby Meets Rush StreetWill they utilize or destroy the restaurant’s stripper pole?
  11. Mediavore
    Flying Pink Pig Suit Pending; Mas Malo Noise Gets To VirbilaThe food truck sends a cease-and-desist letter to the makers of a XXX film, while we called it, Downtown’s newest Mexican restaurant drives L.A. Times’ critic batty.
  12. Sing a Song of Sang
    Will Sichaun Salt Chicken Pops Be The Next Father’s Office Burger?Let’s just hope dan dan noodles Sriracha-infused cocktails go over the heads of all those students clogging F.O.’s doorway.
  13. Nightlife
    Saints & Sinners Has Not Frozen OverThe bar remains the same, despite earlier reports of its closure.
  14. Strip Search
    Strip Search: 10800 Block of Venice Blvd., Palms and Culver CityThree suggestions that will fill you full of yak meat, lamb, and Brazilian pizza.
  15. Closings
    Culver City’s Beacon To Close This SundayYes, it’s the stupid economy again, but at least Beacon will survive as a catering service.
  16. Booze News
    Sazon Latin Fusion Starts Boozin’Following a lengthy approvals process, Claudia Kihui’s fusion restaurant starts serving beer and wine.
  17. Sing a Song of Sang
    Sang Yoon Dishes On Lukshon’s Own XO SauceThe Father’s Office owner details a key ingredient at his new Culver City restaurant.
  18. Empire Building
    Gaby’s Expanding in Culver City at Former CamposThe quick-fix Greek and Mediterranean has a fifth store in the works.
  19. Sing a Song of Sang
    Help Wanted at Lukshon, Coming Soon to Culver CityThe restaurant is looking for prep cooks and will announce an opening date next week.
  20. Oenophile
    Sublime Lets You Drink Like Thomas Jefferson at Half the CostRandall Rosa’s Culver City restaurant is offering half-priced bottles of wine this month.
  21. Taco Town
    It Ain’t Over Yet: Fusion Tacos and Pop-Ups Come Together in Culver CitySean Chaney from Hermosa Beach’s Hot’s Kitchens will try and squeeze entire meals into a tortilla at The Culver City space.
  22. Strip Search
    Strip Search: Washington Blvd. To Washington PlaceWhere to find cheap eats when traveling from western Culver City to Mar Vista.
  23. Slideshows
    A Look Into L’Epicerie, Thierry Perez’s Everyday European Everything in CulverA bakery, European magazine depot, tapas bar, wine store, and full-service restaurant also has a cool look of industrial fixtures and chocolate paint.
  24. Look Who's Popping Up
    What to Eat at Royal/T’s Turkish Pop-Up, Tonight OnlyPrivate chef Orcun Malkoclar will explore a fusion of Turkish and Western cooking at the Culver City cafe.
  25. Openings
    L’Epicerie Opening in Culver CityGilt City is offering an accompanying preview party with a four-course meal the following Monday.
  26. Blehtacular
    Banana and Asparagus Cupcakes and Sugar Snap Profiteroles With Sushi Anyone?Shikibu’s brown rice sushi and organic vegetable desserts form one of the more original concepts to hit the city in a while.
  27. Neighborhood Watch
    Native Foods Opens in Culver City Today; David Wondrich Debuts Punch atM Cafe de Chaya finally gets its replacement and the star bartender details the history of punch.
  28. Chef Shuffles
    Ben Bailly Steps in To Refresh FraicheThe Petrossian chef could reinvigorate a restaurant that’s lost its dazzle after losing its founding chef.
  29. Marketing Gimmicks
    Definitely Not The Cake of the FutureRoyal/T celebrates Tron through low-fi culinary effects.
  30. Openings
    A Look at Roy Choi’s Menu at A-Frame, Open Tonight in Culver CityChoi justifies his Food and Wine award by keeping his finger on the pulse of what the real L.A. likes to eat.
  31. Trimmings
    Rush Street Owners Double The Double Dutch Space For City TavernFingers foods and microbrews will reign at the second, more sophisticated project from the Culver City restaurant.
  32. Coming Soon
    Tandoori Skewers and Medi-Indian Fusion Planned at Culver City’s Kebab BistroSignature’s Cafe owner Azad Virani plans house-baked naan and skewers of beef, chicken, lamb, and fish.
  33. Coming Soon
    Fish Ribs, Tofu Ceviche, and Menudo Coming to Bubba Diego’s and Crossroads BBQ,A co-joined pair of restaurants co-owned by the heir to Dinah’s family restaurant is under construction on Sepulveda.
  34. Foodies with Benefits
    Who Will Be At L.A. Loves Alex’s LemonadeL.A. finally gets a chance to try the food of chefs Marc Vetri, Paul Kahan, and Michael Tusk.
  35. Neighborhood Watch
    Hollywood’s Noir Wine Bar Goes Back To Shabu Shabu; Susan Feniger Cooks atA wine bar doesn’t work on LaBrea, so owners go back to the original barely-working concept, while Susan Feniger’s Street team holds a demo and tasting in Santa Monica.
  36. Closings
    M Cafe de Chaya Closes in Culver CityThe location is survived by its five-year-old flagship and a store in Beverly Hills.
  37. Chasing Choi
    A-Frame Planned To Debut November 4th in Culver CityThe David Reiss/Roy Choi collaboration has a stunningly restored exterior.
  38. Slideshow
    First Look Into Kanoo’s Sandwiches & Cupcakes, Now Open in Culver CityA brightly colored Seussian dining room and creative sandwiches might overshadow an average assortment of small-batch cupcakes.
  39. Coming Soon
    Em’s Artist Cafe Prepares For Its Close-Up in Culver CityThe organic cafe will be heavily rooting for local artists around-the-clock.
  40. Art Bites
    Where to Drink a Candy Darling and Eat An ‘Edie Sedwich’Royal/T unleashes a Warhol-inspired menu running concurrent with a celebration of the artist’s work.
  41. The Manzke Mash
    Walter Manzke Lends His Touch to Le Saint Amour“I’m just making some changes to their menu…I’m not the chef and will never be the chef there,” Manzke asserts.
  42. Going Greek
    Mykonos Greek Grill Replacing Ble D’Or in Culver CityJoxer Daly’s will soon have a new neighbor.
  43. Empire Building
    Rush Street Owners Jump on Double Dutch DinetteThe team plans a casual pub-centric beer bar, but can it throw off the frat-pack scent of too much Axe body-spray?
  44. Chasing Choi
    Kogi Mastermind Involved in New Culver City ProjectRoy Choi could be taking over Cora’s with a new Korean concept.
  45. Slideshow
    A Look at ‘The Art of Sushi,’ Popping Up Next Week in Culver CityChef Kenny Yamada is holding six nights of raw fish and magic tricks at Royal/T.
  46. Deals
    Sazon Extends Half-Off OffersA new happy hour and new dishes are also being added by Claudia Kihui.
  47. Art Bites
    Robots Deeply Desire Donuts at Corey Helford GallerySan Francisco artist Eric Joyner unites machines with their sugar-filled dreams.
  48. Trimmings
    Waterloo & City Messes Around in ‘The Wreck Room’The game room space could eventually become a deli.
  49. Sing a Song of Sang
    Sang Yoon Shares His Passions and Dark SidesThe Father’s Office chef likes Santouka and Del Taco, but hates the beach and possibly people too.
  50. Outdoor Dining
    Almaza Improves Its Looks With Front PatioThe Mediterranean restaurant has also applied for a beer and wine license.
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