Restaurants

Whether you’re in the mood for a delicious coffee, a quick bite, or a romantic dinner, the Culver City Arts District food scene has something for everyone.

    • Brunello Trattoria

    • 6001 Washington Blvd

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    • Conveniently located on Washington Blvd. one block west of La Cienega Blvd.

    • Cognoscenti Coffee

    • 6114 Washington Blvd

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    • Connoisseurs of boutique coffee and cold brews

    • E.K. Valley Restaurant

    • 6121 Washington Blvd

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    • Authentic homestyle Oaxacan & Mexican cuisine

    • El Baron Restaurant & Night Club

    • 8641 W Washington Blvd

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    • El Rio Bravo

    • 5853 Washington Blvd.

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    • Family-owned establishment offering classic Mexican fare

    • Gaby’s Express

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    • Classic Mediterranean cuisine with quick service

    • Industry Cafe & Jazz

    • 6039 Washington Blvd.

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    • Ethiopian fare; open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afterhours entertainment

    • JR's Barbeque

    • 3055 S La Cienega Blvd

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    • JR's Barbeque was founded in 1998 in Culver City by Jeanie Jackson and son, Bobby Johnson. With a combined restaurant experience of 52 years, we decided to bring our brand of Memphis style barbeque to our home in Los Angeles.

    • La Dijonaise

    • 8703 Washington Blvd

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    • French cafe complete with macaroons, baguettes, and crepes

    • Lukshon

    • 3239 Helms Ave.

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    • Southeast Asian by acclaimed chef Sang Yoon

    • New School of Cooking Cafe

    • 8686 Washington Blvd

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    • Fresh artisan fare perfect for breakfast and lunch

    • Pinches Tacos

    • 8665 Washington Blvd

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    • The iconic taqueria of Culver City

    • The Coolhaus Shop

    • 8588 Washington Boulevard

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    • A unique, architecturally-inspired, awesome dessert company known for ice cream sandwiches in eclectic flavors.