Good neighborhood find. Typically I would have given Sublime Food Lounge 4 stars as everything I had was delicious (get the brussel sprouts and/or the flourless chocolate cake, they're beyond amazing). However, they were out of 3 of the items we ordered. Given the size of the menu (it's small and focused) this took out like 20% of our options and we were disappointed. The venue however is very cute, request a seat on the back patio, and the wine list is fantastic. I'll be back to see if I can final try the original items I wanted.
Citysearch Editorial Review. This stylish bistro in Culver City takes up residence in the former Wilson digs, matching chic decor to ambitious contemporary cuisine. The laidback vibe invites a mix of artists, locals and fashionable business types to hang out and enjoy what chef/co-owner Randall Rosa calls a “culinary social lounge.” The glass-walled corner of a striking modernist building is flanked by sidewalk tables, and there’s more al fresco dining tucked back in the open patio. Bold abstract art, burnished wood tables and smooth dark leather chairs fold themselves into low lighting and a hypnotic soundtrack; vintage black and white films projected over the bar add another artsy twist. The menu features small plates of house-made charcuterie, roasted bone marrow on rosemary toast and squash blossom flatbread with truffle goat cheese and honey creme, while large plates include a 36-hour prime short rib and eggplant polenta Napoleon. For dessert, there's chocolate-hazelnut ravioli and purple pound cake with pistachio-marshmallow creme.
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