Akasha is an all-day spot that, if you work or live in Culver City, you’ve definitely been to. And if you haven’t been to Akasha, you’ve been somewhere similar: it looks like a warehouse, and the food is decent, but also completely forgettable. Located on the most highly- trafficked corner in the neighborhood, it’s best used for coffee, house-made pastries, and vegetarian-friendly lunch. There’s a bar as well.
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