Culver City

Culver City Travel Guide

Articles about Culver City

By David A. Keeps
Los Angeles’ famed taco trucks and Korean barbecue-mobiles fueled an insatiable desire for gourmet, street-food restaurants. The city’s latest arrivals—Sambar in Culver City and Badmaash in downtown L.A.—serve intriguing takes on popular Indian fa...
By David A. Keeps
Where to Stay Long before the latest generation of young painters and curators turned the industrial spaces of Culver City into an art colony rivaling Santa Monica’s Bergamot Station and L.A.’s Chinatown, the Renaissance-revival Culver Hotel (940...
"Paris, London, Milan," says Evan Cole, rhapsodizing about world-class shopping locales. "And now—Culver City." The cofounder of New York furniture emporium ABC Carpet & Home is, of course, only half serious. But his latest venture, H. D. Butt...
By David A. Keeps
One of the quirkiest phenomena in Japan has come to L.A. with the opening of Royal/T in Culver City (8910 Washington Blvd., Culver City; 310/599-6300; The 10,000-square-foot, Japanese-themed space houses a contemporary art gallery, a...

Hotels in Culver City

Los Angeles–area painters and curators have transformed the industrial spaces of Culver City into a thriving art colony, and the metamorphosis at the Culver Hotel mirrors that resurgence. When the six-story property first opened in 1924, it quickly became a favored haunt of creative types.

Restaurants in Culver City

Order the Office Burger, a fancily dressed interloper made with ground dry-aged chuck, topped with a smoky bacon and caramelized-onion compote, Gruyère, Maytag blue cheese, and arugula, served on a disarmingly crunchy demi-baguette—less a burger than an exceedingly rich steak sandwich.

Things to do in Culver City

Kirk Douglas, the legendary actor who got his start onstage but became best known for playing Spartacus onscreen, helped inspired the Center Theatre Group to renovate this bygone movie palace in downtown Culver City, which dates back to 1947.