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CC Foodie – Check Out the Voter Reward Stations – Ballot Bonuses for Voters

CC Foodie – Check Out the Voter Reward Stations – Ballot Bonuses for Voters

It's good to vote, and this time around it's also going to be delicious - Check in on Election Day (That's April 12th, 2016) and find out what Culver City Crossroads.com and our wonderful local businesses are offering to reward your trip to the polls. You only need to wear your "I Voted" sticker, or bring your Vote-By-Mail stub, and there will be coffee, brownies, and lots more. Click in on CC [...]

CC Foodie – PICNIC Before the Concert …

CC Foodie – PICNIC Before the Concert …

Settling into the intersection of tasty and generous, PICNIC will be offering a ten percent discount to patrons of the Culver City Symphony before the April 2nd concert. Located at the corner of Duquesne and Culver Boulevard, PICNIC offers an upscale menu with a fast-casual service style. The varied menu represents a palate of flavors inspired by the great diversity of Los Angeles. Executive [...]

CC Foodie – Lodge Bread, Hanjip Make ‘Hottest’ List on LA Eater

CC Foodie – Lodge Bread, Hanjip Make ‘Hottest’ List on LA Eater

Culver City is without a doubt one of the best places to eat, and this month's 'hottest' list from food site LAEater gives bouquets to two of our newish and nicest; Lodge Bread on Washington Blvd. and Hanjip on Main Street. CC Foodie has been a huge fan of Lodge Bread since they opened, and I have to confess that watching Michael Pollan's new doc, "Cooked" lead me directly over to pick up a [...]

CC Foodie – Blue Bottle Coffee to Open

CC Foodie – Blue Bottle Coffee to Open

Blue Bottle Coffee in Culver City, is finally ready to debut March 14.  Blue Bottle's move into Los Angeles has taken quite a while, and after they snatched up Handsome Coffee and took over the Arts District location, while opening more outlets on Beverly Blvd, Echo Park, and Venice. But this Culver City project might be the most ambitious in LA for the venture capital-backed company. Located [...]

CC Foodie – Peruvian Pop-Up @ Lonzo’s Bakery

CC Foodie – Peruvian Pop-Up @ Lonzo’s Bakery

You may not have heard of Walther Adrianzen - a 28-year-old Peruvian-American chef - but if you’ve sought out any of L.A.’s more avant-garde Peruvian cooking in the past year or two, there’s a good chance you’ve tried his food. He's responsible for such dishes as tangy ceviche laced with mango, grilled octopus and bitter black olive sauce, and pan-seared lomo saltado with filet [...]

CC Foodie – Roy Choi Nominated for Best Restaurateur @ James Beard Foundation

CC Foodie – Roy Choi Nominated for Best Restaurateur @ James Beard Foundation

The James Beard Foundation has given a 'Best Restaurateur' nomination in their national 2016 awards to Roy Choi. Choi, whose Kogi food truck innovation had already made him a big name in the game before he grabbed the old House of Pancakes on Washington Boulevard and turned it into the amazing A-Frame. His most recent adventure with chef Daniel Patterson has been to open LocaL in Watts, bringing [...]

CC Foodie – Name Your Poison? Lawsuit Alleges Arsenic in Wine

CC Foodie – Name Your Poison? Lawsuit Alleges Arsenic in Wine

It's an ideal controversy to discuss at Happy Hour; there are 83 popular, inexpensive brands of California wines that contain illegal and dangerously high levels of poisonous inorganic arsenic, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016 in Los Angeles. The complete list is included below. Plaintiffs Doris Charles, Alvin Jones, Jason Peltier and Jennifer Peltier allege in their [...]

CC Foodie – Sunny Blue Celebrates One Year

CC Foodie – Sunny Blue Celebrates One Year

Sunny Blue, Culver City's very own locally owned and run Omusubi shop on West Washington is having their one year anniversary party this Saturday, January 30 from 6 to 9 pm. If you have not been, you must go. In Japan, people of all ages eat omusubi everyday like we eat sandwiches here in the United States. Each rice omusubi has it’s own filling & furikake pairing. The furikake, a dry [...]

CC Foodie – Creme de la Crepe

CC Foodie – Creme de la Crepe

Sometime good things come in plain brown envelopes. Such is the case with the brown buckwheat crepes that are featured at Creme de la Crepe, filled with things like chicken and mushrooms, smoked salmon, or goat cheese and walnuts. In addition to delicious food, the restaurant has some unexpected bonuses. You might not think that Westfield would be a spot for a locally owned eatery( it's a [...]

CC Foodie – Ramen Yamadaya

CC Foodie – Ramen Yamadaya

It's cold, and there's nothing more appealing to the body and the soul than hot soup. Ramen Yamadaya can do that for you. The star of the menu is the ramen with pork broth, long simmered and deeply flavored. The Tonkatsu Kotteri is the most popular menu item, and the spiciness can be dialed up or down as you like. Garlic lover that I am, it's nice that the fresh crushed garlic on the side can [...]

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