Culver City has many great neighborhood restaurants, but nothing quite matches the atmosphere of Jackson Market. This grocery/marketplace/deli exists in the middle of an entirely residential neighborhood and if you didn’t look closely you’d probably assume it was just another house on the block. Order any of their excellent sandwiches or fresh pressed juices at the counter, head to the excellent back patio (there’s an actual pond), pull out a good book, and pretend you’re Diane Keaton in a late-in-life romance movie.
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Culver City continues to be an excellent neighborhood to eat in - here are our favorite spots to check out.
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Vespertine is dark, dreary, and lifeless restaurant in Culver City, and you’d be wise to stay far away.
Culver City might be the only part of Los Angeles without a Sugarfish, but Uzumaki more than fills the affordable, quality sushi hole.
Falafel Chee is a tiny Iraqi-style falafel stand that operates out of West LA International Market in Culver City.
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Great White is a light and bright breakfast and lunch spot near the Venice sign with excellent coffee and good breakfast burritos.
The Tam O’Shanter
The Tam O’Shanter is an LA classic and great place to go if you want to eat prime rib and feel like you’re on “Game of Thrones.”
Marco’s Trattoria in West Hollywood is a neighborhood spot filled with locals who come for its good food and great bottomless brunch.
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A modern space for excellent tacos on the Westside. Yes, you read that correctly - the Westside.
Busy Bee Market
San Pedro deli Busy Bee has hardly changed in the last 20 years, with a seemingly permanent line and can’t-miss sandwiches.
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