One thing Culver City has a lot of: gastropubs. One things Culver does not have a lot of: Japanese food. When you’re tired of brussels sprouts, K-Zo (right next to Trader Joe’s) is a solid and well-priced option. Skip the appetizers and go straight for the sushi here - it’s definitely the highlight.
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One of the most popular spots to write in LA, Commissary's Culver City location is same great space without the crowds.
Hatchet Hall is a Southern-leaning small plates restaurant in Culver City where you’ll actually leave full.
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Piccalilli in Culver City combines Asian cuisines with low country flavors - with mixed results.
This tiny Japanese restaurant along Pico is frankly more of a myth than anything else, but if you’re able to get in, expect a memorable meal.
Wild Poke is on the Venice boardwalk, but the high-quality bowls make the crowds a little more bearable.
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Sunny Blue is an ideal spot for an easy grab-and-go lunch of Japanese rice balls in Culver City.
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