In a part of town filled with fast-casual spots, Hayden is a great place for a fancier lunch or drinks after work. It’s in Platform, and unlike all the other places to eat in the Culver City complex, has full table service and an all-day menu of sandwiches, entrees, waffles (yes, waffles), and oysters. The menu is all simple stuff you’d expect at a wine bar - we liked the smoked trout dip and ’nduja tartine in particular.
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The Doughroom is a solid restaurant in Palms, an area of town without many solid restaurants.
Mega Pizza and Grill
Mega Grill isn't great food, but sometimes you don't need over-sized delivery pizza to be great.
Roberta’s has very good pizzas, but hasn’t realized that pizzas are the thing this Culver City spot should stick to.
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In a city increasingly dominated by mega-restaurants from other cities, All Time is a Los Feliz cafe that feels like an LA original.
Faith & Flower
Faith & Flower is a Financial District restaurant where everything is over the top, but done right. Use it for pretty much anything, from date night to dinner with your boss. And whatever you do, get a cocktail or two.
Millie’s in Silverlake is the classic breakfast spot you go to when you need an escape from LA.
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Destroyer, a futuristic daytime spot in Culver City, has some of the most interesting food coming out of LA right now.
A modern space for excellent tacos on the Westside. Yes, you read that correctly - the Westside.
Marvin is a neighborhood French restaurant/wine bar where you’ll want to hang out all night.
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