As one of Culver City’s most iconic food spots, Tito’s has endured the test of time (56 years) and remains near and dear to the heart of the neighborhood. The walk-up, no-frills location still has long daytime lines that wait for the cheese-covered tacos and a burrito that’s sneakily one of the best in the city.
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Honey’s Kettle Fried Chicken
Honey’s Kettle does home-style fried chicken in Culver City, with quality ingredients.
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