Published on March 1, 2016

5 Culver City Restaurants Angelenos Love

Looking to try a new restaurant near Culver City? Here's a list of Culver City restaurants Angelenos and critics love.

5 Culver City Restaurants Angelenos Love

1. WildcraftCulver CityWildcraft features Chef Tin Vuong's interpretation of updated Italian fare, with a focus on Northern Italian cuisine. The handcrafted cocktail program features innovative libations and refreshing interpretations of Italian classics. Designed with a traditional Italian tavern aesthetic in mind, the intimate and sophisticated restaurant features an outdoor dining patio with wooden tables and large pendant lights.

2. Maple Block Meat Co.

Maple Block Meat Co.Maple Block Meat Co. is a stylish eatery and smokehouse serving classic BBQ dishes — brisket, pork shoulder, ribs and turkey — plus delicious sides. The interior is classic and clean with natural wood, black and red accents, and open-kitchen counter seating as part of its laidback, sleek vibe.

3. Lukshon

LukshonAt Lukshon, Chef Sang Yoon dishes out Southeast Asian fare inspired by the region's street food. A curated selection of wines, rare and unique brews, and artisanal cocktails pair well with the boldly flavored small plates. At its location in the Helms Building in Culver City, the restaurant boasts an open kitchen, chic banquettes and patio dining.

4. A-Frame

A-FrameA-Frame, Roy Choi's first creative project in partnership with Dave Reiss, challenges traditions of standard dining culture with communal picnic tables and small plates that are meant to be shared. Fresh Asian and international flavors combine at this bustling eatery, where abstract forms of Hawaiian soul food shine in creative small plates and drinks. The modern and minimal wood-paneled space is located in a repurposed Culver City IHOP and also features outdoor patio dining.

5. Hinoki & the Bird

Hinoki & the BirdHinoki & the Bird is a New American, Pan-Asian-inspired Culver City eatery. The restaurant features bites and dishes prepared with Japanese ingredients. Natural light fills the warm, minimal space, which boasts exposed wood beams and gold light fixtures.

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