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.
Hayden is permanently closed.
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