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Tag Archives: Culver City
Down On The Corner
The Corner Door Culver City, California The Corner Door in Culver City, California boasts a simple, austere exterior befitting of a quiet neighborhood watering hole happy to fly beneath the radar. The young bistro is certain to get shaken, not … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged agnolotti, Beau Du Bois, broccolini, burger, burrata, CA, California, cheese, chef, chocolate, corn, crudo, Culver City, elote, flatiron, grilled cheese, Hotel Cartagena, jicama, Kyle Schutte, Little Torch, mixologist.bartender, mussels, old-fashioned, paloma, Paso Prime, pastrami spice, Pecorino, powdered olive oil, red velvet, salmon, sockeye, steak, taco, tequila, Texas toast, Thai, The Corner Door, tortilla, Twinkie, Washington Boulevard Comments Off on Down On The Corner
As readers of Trippy Food already know, friend and fellow foodie Eddie Lin and I have collaborated on many events, including podcasts, videos posted to KCRW’s Good Food blog and videos that have appeared in previous Trippy Food articles. For … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Talk Tagged Benjamin Ford, CA, California, chef, Culver City, Eddie Lin, Facebook, Ford's Filling Station, Gavin Lansdale, Kamikaze Kitchen, Trippy Food, Twitter, YouTube Comments Off on Kamikaze Kitchen
Novecento Pasta & Grill Culver City, CA Culver City can chew up restaurants and spit them out like a spoonful of cold Spaghetti-Os, so it takes brass coglioni to elbow your way between the big dogs and have any kind … Continue reading
Posted in Italy, Southern California Tagged Angela Vianello, CA, California, Culver City, elbow, Italy, macaroni, minestrone, Novecento, Novecento Pasta & Grill, pasta, ravioli, ravioli della Nonna, spinach, vodka Comments Off on Little Italy
Tavern Off The Green
City Tavern Culver City, California Those of you expecting Culver City’s City Tavern to resemble the kind of place Paul Revere may have stopped in for a pint of ale may be disappointed, although to their credit, the space looks … Continue reading
Posted in Southern California Tagged apple tart, Asian pear, burrata, CA, California, Carmela ice cream, cheesebutternut squash, cheesy poofs, chocolate tart, Cismontane, City Tavern, Culver City, fig, fried chicken, fried green tomato, Mondo’s Cream Ale, opah, poutine, pumpkin seeds, salmon, salted caramel, Shaka XPA, shrimp and grits, skate, Surf Brewery, Surfer’s Point Vienna Lager, Table Tap Comments Off on Tavern Off The Green
Clam, Bam, Thank You, Ma’am
Summer clambake at Rush Street Culver City, California You can take the boy out of New England, but you can never take New England out of the boy. When I received an invitation to join a small group of food … Continue reading
Posted in Trippy Food (Tasty flora and fauna), USA Tagged Andouille, CA, cake, calamari, California, carrot cake, chocolate, Clambake, clams, Culver City, egg rolls, lobster, mussels, orange ginger martini, prime rib, ravioli, red velvet, Rush Street, salmon, sausage, shrimp, sourdough, torte 3 Comments