Another restaurant turnaround in downtown Culver City, this time in the corner space that formerly know as Santa Maria BBQ. It seems 041 Bacaro, the Italian eatery is on the way out after almost two years at that location.
Popping right up is the second location of Chop Daddy’s, from Abbott Kinney’s BBQ that was recently acquired by AdVantage Restaurant Partners last summer.
Grabbing on spot on the “Ten Best Sandwiches of LA” from the PureWow, Chop Daddy’s is the new name of Pork Belly, and pig is the name of the game.
The eatery will soft-open Chop Daddy’s via a small order window affixed to the side of the restaurant on Irving. Then there will be time to build out the interior to a full 50 seats, with beer and wine also on the menu. The window will be open for lunch only, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., beginning Monday, January 12.
The menu will offer the same mix of slow-cooked pulled pork, pork belly and other simple BBQ takeaways, and lunch at the CCUSD District offices may be getting a little spicy
Chop Daddy’s Culver City
9552 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA
– LA Eater