Culver City is a city in the West Side of Los Angeles County. From the 1930s to the 1940s, the moniker was given "Heart of Screen Land," which was in charge of half of American film production. The Sony Studio (former MGM Studio) and the Culver Studio still remain. In addition to its role in the film and television industry, there are many trendy restaurants in downtown Tokyo and so on, and it is also well known as a great place to eat.
Property developer Harry Culver established the city in 1913. The city grew rapidly on the road and along the railroad connecting the beach resort city of Venice and Los Angeles downtown. Culver gathered immigrants from the Midwest, offered houses with furniture and furniture, and went in exchange for the monthly mortgage payment.
In the 1920s, Hal Roach, a producer of silent film comedies, and Metro Goldwin Meyer (MGM) building studios appeared. During the 1930s and 1940s, Carver City occupied half of America's film production and was called "Heart of Greenland." Currently, entertainment companies that call Culver City home include Sony Studios (formerly MGM), Culver Studios (Amazon Studio's future home), National Public Radio's "NPR West" facility, NFL Network, and a small number of small media companies. In 2021, the HBO moved its headquarters on the West Coast to Carver City, and in 2022 a new facility was set up to accommodate 1,000 employees working at Apple's entertainment facilities.
The films produced in Culver include the original King Kong, Citizen Kane, and the ones that disappeared with the wind. The Wizard of Oz is filmed at the MGM studio, and the original road of yellow brick remains on the site of Stage 27 at the Sony Studio. "I Love Lucy" is a TV program produced at Decir Studio, in addition to being the home of classical movies. Recent works include Grease, Arinding Bull, E.T, and others. The city of the Earth is a slyker, a man in black, an air force, and a spider-man. Even though I like Lucy, the TV programs made in Culver City include Lassie, Batman, Andy Griffith Show, and Jopardi! a circle of fate
The city has strong links to the entertainment industry, except for films and TV programs made in studios, it said. The Iconic Culver Hotel, once owned by Charlie Chaplin, was later sold to John Wayne. The streets in the town also reflect the history of Carver City's entertainment and are named (Mary) Pickford and (Douglas) Fairbanks.
The city of Culver went on to decline in the 1990s, but after that it was greatly restored. Today, the downtown area is a busy area with dozens of restaurants and several theaters, and in other areas of the city, the restaurant and art business, which opened the shops, has been gaining popularity.
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From Santa Monica to the west, from Expo Park to the east, to downtown Russia, the Light Expo Line of the city will stop at Carver City. Carver City station, located at the northern end of Carver City, is a five-minute walk from National Burvdo, between Washington and Venice Bulves, down from downtown Carver City. The Rapid Service No. 733, Subway Bus Route 33, which runs through Venice Boulevard and towards LA or Venice Beach, runs frequently through downtown Calvary.
Culver CityBus has a plurality of bus routes connecting Culver City and surrounding communities. The route used by visitors in particular stops at Venice Beach, Fairfax Abe, and Expo Line Culver City Station via Washington BLVD from the first line. Three routes between Westfield Shopping Center and Century City, West La College, West Side Pavilion, and Expo Line Westwood Rancho Park stop at this station. Route 6 between Westwood City Bus Center and Westwood UCLA-LAX City Bus Center: Buses stop at Sepulveda Station on the Westfield Shopping Center and Expo line via Sepulveda Blvd. These three lines are operated every day, and most of them are operated every 15 to 20 minutes a day. The fare is $1, the transfer to another Culver CityBus is $0.25, and the transfer between IAs that accept the TAP card is $0.40.
The Carver City Bus operates buses in and around Culver City.
Throughout Karver, there are red light cameras, with a maximum of $490 per violation, the country's highest fines.
Despite two movie studios and several television production facilities in the city, the only open tour is Sony Studios, which offers tours instead of theme park attractions like Universal City. The museum is scattered a little in the city and focuses on small individual themes. Those looking for a large museum for the general public want to go to the Expo Park, but especially those who are interested in it, the Culver City offering is great. The two highlights are the Jurassic Technology Museum, which has received some cult support from the desire to mix popular quirks with truth and fiction, with the Wendy Museum, which has received a high reputation for the Cold War collection.
- 1Calver City Historical Society, 4117 Overland Average (Veteran Memorial Building), ☏+1-310-253-6941 Fax:+1-310-253-6942, ✉[email protected] Sunday of the 1st and 3rd of each month, and 1:00-3:00 p.m., as promised, according to the promise. The museum and museum aim to preserve the history of the area and provide it to all children, elderly people and others.
- 2 Culver Studios 9336 W Washington Blvd (Ince Blvd and Lindblade Street) Culver Studio was built in 1919 in the center of Culver City. A fan of classical films would quickly recognize the colonial mansion of the studio from David O's opening credits. The Selznick International Productions, such as "Leave with the Wind and the Duel" in the sun, unfortunately, cannot offer a general tour.
- 3 Fahd Mosque, 10980 Washington Blebudofahd Mosque King, which opened in 1998, houses 2,000 worshippers, a marble façade, a Turkish tile hand, and people carrying a three-day gold leaf moon in a 72-foot (22-meter) minaret. There are also lecture halls, classrooms, research centers, bookstores, children's playground and parking. Tours can be arranged in advance through the website. Women should wear pants, long sleeves and head scarves.
- 4 Museum of Jurassic Technology, 9341 Venice Blvd (4 blocks west of Robertson Blvd), ☏+1-310-836-6131, [email protected]✉ 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., F-Su noon to 6:00 p.m. This museum is an artistic experience of a mixture of facts and fiction, characterized by the exhibition of strange, wonderful events following the strange, but true customs of the past. It's difficult to distinguish the two, so you shouldn't try it. The exhibits include minute sculptures housed in the eyes of a needle, a portrait of a dog's astronaut in the Soviet Initial Space Program, and a work made from the scales of butterfly feathers that can be seen under a microscope. A pleasant afternoon visit and a tribute to the strangeness of the world. The Tura Tea Room is on the second floor, offering tea and cookies for free, and the Borzoi Kabinette Theater provides movies free of charge every hour. Both opened an hour after the museum and closed an hour before the museum. Photos and cell-phones (including text and photos) are banned in the museum. The attraction, with its address in Calvary City, is in the Palms district of Los Angeles. eight dollars for adults Students, retired, unemployed, 13 to 21 years old $5. 1.50 dollars when a disabled person or a military man wears a uniform.
-  Land Use Interpretation Center, Venice Blubud (next to the Jurassic Technology Museum), ☏+1-310-839-5722. F-Su Noon to 5:00 p.m. CLUI is a unique organization that studies and explains how to use and recognize land. The small exhibition hall is small, but it is very intriguing and attracts attention to the features of the scenery that you usually see. A small bookstore (a bookshelf is really a good idea) is a real pleasure for selling not only interesting postcards, but also great texts. Freedom.
- 6 Star Eco Station 10101 Jefferson Blvd (near the intersection of Jefferson and Overland), ☏+1-310-842-8060. Sir, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The Eco Station is an exotic environmental science and wildlife rescue center in a building that should not be noted for its hidden charm that you can experience with tropical birds, mammals, reptiles and other critters. Most of the animals in the facility are illegal shipments seized by U.S. customs, which need a house. From 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the weekend, a one-hour 45-60 minute trial tour will be held. This is an opportunity for hands-on experience as part of a tour. Special community events that take place throughout the year. If you are in this area for Earth Day, you will have a big celebration where you actually experience it and perform special events. 8 dollars for adults, 7 dollars for elderly people, 6 dollars for children, and 2 years or less for children are free.
- 7 The Wend Museum (10808 Culver Blvd , +1-310-216-1600 , [email protected] ). 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M-Th 10AM-5PM is also reserved. The mission of the Wendy Museum is to preserve the history of the Cold War. Museum exhibits and crafts include artwork, movies and personal history after the collapse of Communist Europe in the late 1980s. Many of the collections are related to the German Democratic Republic (DDR). There are also documents from Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. Freedom.
There are many art lovers in the city, including sculptures and wall paintings.
- 8 Game Show Building, 10185 Culver Blvd. From the sidewalk, you can see a sculpture of Terry Allen, a humorous comment on his overtime work. Michael Hayden's sculptures use state-of-the-art (holography) materials that produce rainbow spectra on the sidewalks and in the surrounding areas of the game show building. Hayden worked with Game Show Building Architect from AIA's Steven Ehrlich (Steven Ehrlich), who won the National AIA Design Award for the project.
- 9 Hobbit House, 3819-3827 Dunn Dr. The Lawrence and Martha Joseph Residence and Appartments is called the "Hobbit House" and people live in this rare apartment. Los Angeles City Historical and Cultural Landmark 624.
- 9336 W Washington Blvd, a sculpture of 10 Jim Hyman (near the Culver Studio's Ince Boulevard). The sculptures "Studio Pass I", "Studio Pass II" and "King Kong" (1995-6) of Jim Hyman celebrates the history of Culber Studios and Sony Pictures.
- 11 Platform's Cup, 9412 W W Washington Blvd. Jim Hyman's sculpture "Platons Cup" (1995) is a windfall and respects the initials of the film industry, the local cafe and the building owner.
- The entrance gate of 12 Royal Reflections, 9050 W W Washington Blvd. Albert PERRY (1996) is a tremendous entrance for building Jacqueline T. Robertson's media building.
- 13 Scan, 9050 W Washington Blvd. The installation of the Jud Fine courtyard "Scan" tracks the history of television.
- 14 Sony Pictures Child Care Center, 3861 Clarington Ave, on the sidewalk, you can see sculptural gates and fencing made by artist John Okric using the color "My First Sony" (red, yellow, blue). Margaret Nielsen also imitated the murals.
- 15 Wading Pool, 10202 W W Washington Blvd. R.M. Fisher praised Sony's history of film production and designed the "Wedding Pool" (2000), referring to "Lost Horizon."
- 1 ArcLight Culver City, 9500 Culver Blvd, +1-310-559-2416. Carver City Arklight is the fifth location in the popular movie chain, which opened its doors in Hollywood in 2002. The company's name was given to its excellent service, a clean theater, a reserved seat in a comfortable chair, excellent picture quality, on-site bars and cafes, a lack of advertising in front of movies, and a powerless theater where mobile phones and delays are strictly forbidden when the movie starts. The chain is also famous for special presentations. It also includes Q&A with actors, writers, and directors (who register on the email list and receive notifications). The price is a little higher than the other venues, but if you want to choose a seat ahead of time and make the experience of the movie more enjoyable, an extra two dollars is enough.
- Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlock 6,300 Hezzler Road 1th 8:00 - 10:00, 8:00 - 17:00 a week, 8:00 - 17:00 a week, and Tu on holidays. In more than 300 feet around the area, the miss provides a wonderful view of the Los Angeles basin and a natural path for people interested in indigenous animals and plants. There is a self-contained parking lot on the hill, but people with rich hearts can park along the Jefferson Burbudd for free and walk along the 315-foot vertical switchback and steps (Note: Dogs don't walk in the road). There is also a shuttle bus that runs on weekends and holidays from La Xienga/Jefferson Metro Expo station. The Visitor Center features exhibits relating to the history and nature of the area. Special events such as twilight, junior rangers and bird watching are held regularly. $6 (auto parking)
- The 3 Varona Creek Cycle. The Barona Creek trail is a concrete road 7-mm (11 km) long and popular among bicyclists, walkers and jaguars. Along the Barona Creek route, from behind the playground of Sid Kronnthal Park in McManas Street in Carver City, a road leading to the sea joins the shore-side bike path. Along the line, there are wildlife and plant habitats, but after the 1938 flood, the creek itself was covered with concrete by the army of engineers. In addition to access from both ends of the road, the bicycle road can also be accessed at a large intersection where the road passes through an inlet. During heavy rain, the access point is locked because it can be a dangerous area, such as a leak rising under a steep stream and a part of the path being submerged.
- 4 Carver City Plunge 4175 Overland Abe ☏410-253-6680. The opening days, hours and days of the opening differ. The Culver Municipal Pool was popular as a "Plunge" and was first opened in 1949 by a hot Olympic-scale pool. Recreational swimming, lap swimming, water aerobics, swimming lessons, diving (1-m, 3-m springboard), etc., are open to the public. Lockers and showers are available at the site. Because the schedules are different, you should call or check before visiting the Web site to ensure that the pool is available for the activity you want. $4 for adults and $2.50 for young people. A good path for 15 visits provides a significant discount.
- Dr. Paul Carlson Parkpole Carlson Park, and more commonly, Carlson Park is a small park near Carlson Park. It is used for pleasure, and features grass-grown vacant spaces, picnics and barbecue facilities. It was named after Dr. Paul Carlson, a former resident of Culver City, where martyrs of the Democratic Republic of the Congo received nationwide attention in 1964.
- 6 Kirk Douglas Theater 9820 W Washington Blvd , +1-213-628-2772.1947, it was built as a movie theater with over 1,000 seats, and it still has its original marquee and tower, and it is an impressive figure in downtown Culver. In the 1990s, two stages of playhouses were created: one for 350 seats and the other for 100 seats. The theater is owned by the Center Theater Group and runs the Armanson Theater and the Mark Taper Forum in downtown Los Angeles. There is a regular performance for several nights a week. For most of the performances, a ticket for $25 to $50 is available.
- 7 Sony Pictures Studio Tour 10202 W Washington Blvd+1-310-244-8687. In the past, I used to go through a two-hour guided tour at the MGM studio and walk through the stage where I saw the Oz Wizard, the Men in Black, the Spider-Man and other works. Visitors can also see the Game Show Jeppardi's house! a circle of fate An M-F tour will take place at 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Reservations are recommended and are available only to visitors over 12 years of age. 50 dollars a person.
- 8 Crisis'Back to Culver City Car Show (Downtown Culver City), ☏+1-310-499-4840,[email protected]. It is held every May. The car show features hundreds of classic cars, food and entertainment that offer donations to local charities. With dozens of awards including "The Best of the 20s," "The Best of the 70s," "Paint," "The Most Different," and "Hearth," the downtown area of the city is closed and packed with stalls and classic cars. In 2005, the first car show was held and it has become an annual event.
- 9 Calver City Farmers' Market Main St (downtown, Venice-Culver Blvds) Tu 2PM~7PM. It was held every Tuesday, rain or shine. Fresh food, flowers, crafts and other dishes are sold in the city. Two-hour free parking is available in downtown garage. When you walk across the street, you actually move from Los Angeles to Culver City.
- 10 Fiesta la Barona, 4117 Overland wave. The festival is held at the end of summer and usually lasts from Friday to Sunday. There are 100 booths and live music that sell beer, wine gardens, carnival vehicles, zoos, pet zoos, food trucks, farmers' markets, and craftsmanship's goods. Admission is free, and passengers are generally $1.
With regard to shopping, Carver City offers everything little by little. The Westfield Mall, located close to Sepulveda's I-405, is a mega mall with 200 stores. Near the intersection of Washington BLVD and Rachiena BLVD, the main art destination has dozens of galleries. In the downtown area, there are several small, expensive shops and old Helms Bakery, and now there are a number of furniture shops. For those looking for a shopping mall close to them, there are also major chain stores in the city, such as targets, bed buses and bouillons, and best buy.
- The 1Calver Center (Venice and Overland) is one of the first shopping centers in southern California opened in 1950. The Best By Electronics store, Ralph's supermarket and the LA Fitness Club are now anchored. For those who receive basic necessities, it is convenient because there are a number of dining options, limited express medicine shops, several shops and small shops. Parking can be difficult. You can find a overlooked space by going along the ramp on the Best Buy roof.
- 2 Helms Bakery 8800 Venice Blvd. Helms Bakery, located at the border between Los Angeles and Carver City, was a famous industrial bakery in southern California, which was run from 1931 to 1969. It is now well suited for re-use in retail stores, restaurants, and showrooms for high-class furniture companies.
- 3 Westfield Culver City Shopping Center, 6000 Sepulveda Blvd (Srawson Sepulveda Crossing), ☏+1-310-390-5073.M-Sa 10AM-9PM, Su 11AM-7PM. Located near 200 shops, Westfield Culver City is a large shopping center close to 405 and 90 highways. In 2010, it was expanded a lot, and now, in addition to small shops, there are restaurants in Target, Best Buy, Gold's Gym and BJ.
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- 4 Choco Vivo, 12469 W Washington Blvd, +1-310-845-6259, [email protected]✉. M-Th 11AM-9PM, F Sa 9AM-11PM, Su 9AM-9PM. Chocolate Bibo is a unique chocolate shop that makes chocolate from scratch, starting with beans imported from Mexican producers and using the skills of the Mayans and Aztecas to grind stones. Their chocolate doesn't include dairy products, so the result is a very different kind of chocolate than most people use. Bars containing the amount of cacao and the flavor of salt and almond are sold for $6. There is also a variety of food available, including flavored chocolate drinks, organic tamales and chocolate-themed gifts. From chocolate and tequila pairs to speed up dates, various events are frequently held.
-  Copenhagen Pest, 11113 W Washington Blvd, +1-310-839-8900 (W). Tu-F 7AM-5PM, Sa Su 8AM-4PM, M. Don't be fooled by a relatively small selection. When I attended a party with flaky Danish pastry at this bakery, I returned home. The sweets are made fresh throughout the day in a traditional Danish recipe, and if you don't know what to buy, a sample is also available. The Kringle Line and the Copenhagen Line are very good at making flaky pastries with almond paste and custard. There are also other items that are worth visiting the gym to consume extra calories, such as whole rye bread and small cakes.
- 6 Sorrento Italy, 5518 Sepulveda Blvd, +1-310-391-7654. Founded by the former mayor of Culver (and a city representative), the city has a reputation as a place to buy authentic Italian food on the west side. Deli offers a wonderful sandwich, and the owner of a friendly family wants to help everything from wine to dessert.
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Since the late 1990s, Carver City has been transformed into a restaurant known for its food-loving destination, and there are many unusual restaurants in the city. The downtown area has dozens of famous chefs and promising restaurants, as well as Helm's Bakery Conbics along Washington Avenue and the Culverwest District, along the Washington Avenue. For those who want to eat a quick bite, you can often see representative works of standard chain stores, such as Denny's, Koko, Chipotl, and many other fast food shops. Historically speaking, Sizzler, a steel house chain located in hundreds of Carver Cities across the country, opened its shop in Culver City in 1958 as Dell's Sizzler Family Stake House.
- 1 Annapurna Cuisine, 10200 Venice Blvd, +1-310-204-5500, [email protected], 1020000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Sus - Closed from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., F-Sa 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. The vegetarian restaurant in India is offering a South Indian dish full of masala dosa. They are usually full of Indian families. It will hold between $6 and $10.
- 2 Grand Casino Bakery, 3820 Main St, +1-310-202-6969. Every day from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. This is a simple, old and tasteful Argentine bakery. The Empanada is delicious and you can always see a big screen in the dining area to match the soccer match.
- 3 S&W Country Dinner, 9748 W Washington Burbudd (Hughes Average), ☏+1-310-204-5136. A local restaurant where you can enjoy home-cooked breakfast and lunch at an affordable price. The food is delicious, and there are a lot of food, but especially on weekends, they line up in long lines. Cash only. 5-10 dollars.
- 4-Centimeter Tacos, 11222 Washington PL (west of Sepulveda), ☏+1-310-391-5780. 9:00 to 11:30 every day. Inexpensive (full meal less than $5) and genuine Mexican food. They are prepared individually as you look at them. Opened in 1959, the museum is famous for its American-style, hard-shell tacos and Britos. In 2014, Fox News listed tacos in the 10s in the United States, and in 2015 it was ranked #1 on Daily Mir's "Brittos in America 35" list. To wait in turn, I'll step aside. It is very delicious and unusual. Shut up, here I hear Spanish and English being spoken as well. He is kind to his family. Instead of a red cul-de-sac, they park under lots and expressways (they are sent to meters by 10 centimeters or 15 centimeters).
- 5 Gabby's Meridian Grill 10445 Venice Blvd (intersection with Motor Ave), ☏+1-310-559-1808. Every day from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. A very good Lebanese restaurant at a reasonable price. The seats are in the open air patio packed with okah, a heat lamp, a candle, and people who mix young hippers with local residents of Lebanon. The service is friendly and busy until the store is closed. We eat between eight and twenty dollars.
- 6 Gobinda's, 3764 Watseka Ave, [email protected]. The rare vegetarian restaurant was run as part of the warm hospitality and charitable tradition of the Krishna Cassen International Association. Buffet's lunch and sandwiches are less than ten dollars. On top of the restaurant, you can see a boutique filled with the spiritual home of Krishna's devotees, the wonderful clothes, rare crafts and works of art in India.
- 7 J R's Bar-B-Que 3055 La Cienega Blvd+1-310-837-6838. The factory is suitable for a place called the "Mother's Love and Kindness" barbecue. The real pit-barbecue beef ribs, pork-barbara ribs, rib chips, big side, if there's any space, a peach cobra or a seven-up cake! If you choose three kinds of sauce, you can use it seriously when you're told it's hot. The manager, Robert Johnson, may or may not be a famous Bluesman.
- 8 Kay & Dave's, 9341 Culver Blvd (downtown separated from Carver City and the Inns parking lot), ☏+1-310-558-8100. A fresh mex food made without lard or trans fat. With its many outdoor seats (including flaming holes), the number of friendly and slightly unusual staff members makes it easy to carry. The Congratulations Period Special includes the 2:1 Margarita and Appetizer Special. $10 to $20 per person.
- 9 La Dijonnaise 8703 W Washington Blvd (Helms Bakery composite), ☏+1-310-287-2770. A full-fledged French-accented waiter is worth visiting. The price of French cafes is also high at an affordable price. A few blocks from the downtown, on the corner of the old Helms Bakery. You can expect a large number of seats both indoors and outdoors.
- 10 Novecent Pasta & Grill, 3837 Mainto St (between Venice BLVD and Culver BLVD), ☏+1-310-842-3838. Close M-Th 11:30AM-2:30PM and 5PM-9PM, F 11:30AM-2:30PM and 5PM-10PM, Sa 5PM-10PM, and Su. Let's eat Northern Italian food at the main center.
- 11 Phone Show, 4349 Sepulveda Blvd, +1-310-398-5200. M-Sa 11AM-3PM, 5PM-2AMSU 11AM-3PM, 5PM-10PM. Three engineers, who want to eat their phos at a local restaurant, have started Pho Show, which offers a Vietnamese rice noodle soup to a crowded house. The soup with the name of the restaurant is delicious, especially the one with a good aroma is generous, unlike other restaurants. For those who choose this restaurant, there are many dishes of rice, noodles and curry for those who have decided to oppose the soup for some reason. Beer and wine are available to Dyne customers. 7-15 dollars.
- [12Green], 9523 Culver Blvd (downtown), ☏+1-310-842-8300. Su-Th 11:30AM-9PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-10PM. As you know, the focus here is on all kinds of fresh salad, but there are things that can be eaten small, or that include steak, chicken and fish. In addition to building fresh and healthy salads and soup, local organic foods such as free-range chicken, angus, fratron, line-cut and tuna that use delicious grilled hot menus are popular. The environmentally conscious restaurant also uses biodegradable To-Go containers, recycled wood, and non-toxic cleaners. The atmosphere is relaxing and beautiful, with a spacious courtyard for outdoor meals. The area is large, and it has a wide variety of boutiques, wine and microbrews, so it's just the kind of taste it likes. a friendly service Over $10.
- 13 houta, 3865 Cardihuave (central town of Culver City, separated from the movie theater), ☏+1-310-204-1222, M-Th 11AM-11PM, F 11AM-MIDNIGHT, Sa 10AM-MIDNIGHT, Su 10AM-11PM. A cozy Italian cafe with a spacious outdoor table and authentic Italian menu. The restaurant specializes in Italian cafe food, and instead of the standard "spaghetti and steak" rates common in most Italian restaurants, you'll need sandwiches, carpaccio, insarata, pasta and gelato. 10 to 30 dollars.
- 14 Akasha restaurant, 9543 Culver Bulber (a part of Calver Watsk), ☏+1-310-845-1700. The Red Hat Yashiro opened in 2008 and has taken up new American food. It's all delicious, organic, seasonal and local. You are never interested. Ideal for dating and business meetings. There are also bars with plenty of stock. The celebrations range from 2:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. every day, featuring huge discounts on drinks and snacks. Bonus: The owner, Akasha Richmond, used to be a personal chef of pop star Michael Jackson, actor Barbara Streisand, Billy Bob Sorton. $15-35.
- 15 K-Zn, 9240 Culver Blvd (Downtown), ☏+1-310-202-8890. Lunch: M-F 11:45AM-2:30PM; Dinner: M-Th 5:30PM-10:30PM, F-Sa 5:30PM-11PM, Su 5PM-10PM. "K-Zou," a restaurant located in Carver City, Renaissance, is a sushi restaurant and a restaurant in Japan Tapas that offer a variety of hot, cold, and tasty dishes in addition to standard Japanese dishes. The price is a little higher than that of other stores, but in general, the food is great, the service is friendly and the atmosphere is good. For those who want to eat the most, it's a happy time from 5:30 to 7:00 a day. If there are many sushi rolls or tapas, $6 to $15.
- 16 Vesperin, 3599 Hayden Abe☏, 323-320-4023. Chosen as one of the Time Magazine's 100 Best Prizes in 2018, the company was awarded two stars in the Michelin Guide in 2020. The company was founded as an experimental restaurant that surprised visitors with a truly unique eating experience. Guests first notice the unique architecture and artistic decor of the building, where they start with a cocktail on the roof and eat in a tough eating area where several hours of courses take place. The dish is a local dish, and it is a modern style dish inspired by French cuisine, and serving each dish is unique in that it is the central point of the experience of eating. Reservations are required and must be made sufficiently in advance. 75-150 dollars.
Many restaurants in downtown also have huge barsheens. Other bars in the city include:
-  Alibi Room, Washington Bull Bud (Cintinella East 1 Block), ☏+1-310-390-9300. It opens from 5:30 to 2:00 p.m. Food is served at M-Sa from 5:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., and food trucks from 5:30 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. on Sunday. Congratulations Sa-W 11:00-2:00 p.m. This lounge is most famous for the cook Kogi Corian Barbecue Tacos ($7 for $3), but it is all directly ordered from bars and delivered to the Cuban lover (rum, hibiscus, strawberry, rhubabbitter, lemon and ginger beer) and the braking bat (tekila, del Maguey Vida Mezcal, pear, ser, se, ser, ser, ser, ser, and ranochili). The atmosphere is a high-class hipster with young and wealthy people. In the evening, I was so full and loud that I thought that if I wanted a backroom seat, I'd better get there early, and I'd like to have a chance to talk to my dinner party without shouting.
- 2 Backstage, 10400 Culver Blvd (near Culver and Overland, at the intersection with the motor), ☏+1-310-839-3892. The backstage, which proudly advertises the "World's Greatest Dive Bar," produces an energetic atmosphere with a very enjoyable audience. I'd like to get a house full on the weekend and reserve a table before you don't want to stand up. The drinks are affordable, the staff are extremely kind, and they enjoy the night with karaoke (Thursday to Saturday), swimming pools, darts and a decent barfood.
- 3-blind barber shop, 10797 W Washington BLVD (behind the best buy), ☏+1-310-841-6679 series. Bar: M-Sa 6 pm to 2 am, Su closed. Barber shop: M-Sa noon to 9 pm, Su noon to 6 pm. If you don't know it's here, you'll never find such a great battle. The front is a barber with a door in the center of the back wall without any features. Passing through the door, you will enter a big theme bar in your 20s. A cigarette dispenser in a bathroom sells hair, a fan operates the hair in a pulley system, and free drinks are provided for every service of a barber. For cocktails, a bartender who serves as a sales clerk makes them stylish. Snacks include various types of grilled cheese, such as sloppy Joe Slider and imported olive, as well as high-class bermney. Cocktails $10 or more, beers $5+.
- 4-corner door, 12477 W Washington Blvd, +1-310-313-5810. Su-Th 5PM-midnight, F-Sa 5PM-2AM. At the corner door, which first opened in 2012, a brand of sprouts is well known. However, other food items that are worth a bit of price are also good. However, the most famous is the luxury cocktail, and since the opening of the Corner Door, bartender Bo du Bois has been named "LA Bartender of the Year 2014" by Eater La to make his favorite drink. When you're full, the room becomes noisy, so if you want to hear the voices of your neighbors, be careful to arrive early or sit in the courtyard. Every day, between 17:00 and 17:00, guests enjoy a cocktail of seven dollars, three to five dollars of beer, five dollars of wine, and five to nine dollars of snacks. Sunday night is the night of "Burger R&D," with a 15-dollar weekly burger, fries and beer and five-dollar old cocktail.
- 5 My father's office 2.0, 3229 Helms-Babe (Helms-Bakery), this luxury pub is famous for its hamburgers. Don't replace it. I don't forgive them, and it's really meaningful. There are more than 70 beers served.
- 6-Turtle Room 5401 Sepulveda Blvd (Sepulveda and Sotel Crossing) The audience in this bar is a combination of the Loyola Marimount student and the middle aged regular. Except for Thursday, karaoke, a pool table, and an atmosphere similar to a dive bar without actually crossing the line every night.
- 7 Velvet Lounge 9400 Culver Blvd (in downtown of Culver Hotel), ☏1-310-838-7326.7-1:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m., F-Sa 7:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. The lobby below the hotel is best to enjoy the bar and live music, but when you go up the stairs on the second floor, you can enjoy the scenery of the downtown with a little less crowds. The atmosphere of the bar, which was converted into a hotel and opened in 2014, is a cross between Paris and Hollywood in the 1920s to create a refined and comfortable environment. While the choice and furniture of the cocktail has led to the era of temperance, prices are very high and represent Los Angeles in the 21st century.
Coffee & Tees
-  Coffee Tea Cocoa Maintenance Department (10117 W Washington Blvd (between Sony Studios), ☏+1-310-558-0436... A family-run coffee shop that roasts one's own beans every day and produces the best Makie Art on this side of a large pond. As it is known for its latte art, please put it in the Chinese Cup. He's a local favorite, and is rich in tea from all over the world, making a wonderful Mexican hot chocolate.
There are a few large hotels in Carver City near the intersection of I-405 and Sepulveda Blvd, and there are several cheaper, more difficult options along Sepulveda and Washington Blvd near the intersection with Venice Blvd. The historic Culver Hotel is located downtown and offers more unique accommodation. Neighboring cities such as Santa Monica, Venice, Marina del Rey and El Segundo can choose Carver City for 10-15 minutes by car.
- 1 Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles West Side 6333 Bristol Pakway (as seen from 405 3 miles north of the LAX)☏+1-310-484-7000, Toll-FreeDial:+1-800-321-2211, Fax:+1-310590-2593, Fax:✉[email protected] Opened in April 2008, the hotel has 260 large rooms and suites, 10,000 square feet of flexible meeting space and a sufficient catering department. A room with two Queen Beds costs $139 and a suite with a bedroom costs $299.
- 2-Culver Hotel, 9400-Culver Blvd (Downtown), ☏1-310-838-7963, Toll-Free: +1-888-328-5837. The museum is a unique lodging facility with a room for antique furniture, which has been listed in the National Historical Site Catalog, an old site opened in 1924. The hotel was once owned by John Wayne and worked as a hostel for most cast of the Wizard of Oz. The room with the Queen Bed is $89, up to $299 in John Wayne Suite.
-  DoubleTree by Hilton Los Angeles Westside 6161 W Centinela Ave, +1-310-649-1776.2014, refurbished in a 350-foot2 room, offering 37-inch flat-screen television, wired and Wi-Fi-enabled Internet, cotton bathrobe, and turndown services. Three suites are also available. Hotel facilities include business centers, restaurants, lounges, 24-hour markets, meeting spaces, coin laundry, gift shops, fitness centers, outdoor pools, and more. The fee starts around $125 a night.
- 4 Travelodge 1180 Washington Pl (the intersection of September Blvd and Washington Pl), ☏+1-310-839-1111. Rooms include free wi-fi, free breakfast, microwave ovens, refrigerators, and free parking. This land is a little rough and will be greatly improved by renovations. The Metro Café downstairs is a surprisingly good meal option with excellent sandwiches and breakfast, most of which are crowded with customers outside the hotel. This hotel is located at the intersection of the two busy streets, so please request a room that doesn't face the road. The fee starts around $120 a night.
Culver City provides free Internet access in several regions.
- Culver City WiFi (downtown). Free wireless Internet access is available in downtown Carver City, but the connection varies greatly from location to location. To enable access, you must log in using any web browser.
- Close the 1 Carver City Julian Dixon Library, 4975 Overland Ave (near Overland and Culver), ☏+1-310-559-1676.Tu-F 2PM~6PM, Sa 11AM~3PM, and Su-M. The Culver City library provides a free Internet connection (wired and wireless) and a wide range of books. The library underwent major renovations in 2015.
The cities and areas that border Culver are as follows:
-  The town next to the west of Venice Culver City provides several miles of sandy ground, provides eclectic evening life, and provides a notorious Muscle Beach.
- [2 Marina Del Rey] - The Marina of the King, located in the west of Culver City, is home to a number of restaurants and hotels.
- The neighboring country, to the southwest of the 3 Westchester-Carver City, has Los Angeles International Airport and many accommodation facilities.
- 4 South Central LA - South Central is located to the east of Carver City and has a rough area, but it is certainly worth seeing the space shuttle Endeavor of the California Science Center and the USC campus and Public Park.
- 5 West LA - The western side of the spreading town LA is the northern neighbor of Carver City, home to UCLA and the Getty Museum.
|Via Culver City|
|North Valley West LA ←||N S||→Westchester →Long Beach|
|Santa Monica Samasa←||W E||→South Central L.A. → Downtown L.A.|