Cole’s is probably best-known for being the “other” home of the original French Dip sandwich, but during their weekday Happy Hour (3-7pm, or Tuesdays all day), it contains something much more important - $1.50 tots. A heaping pile of the world’s most blessed food for only 150 pennies. Oh and their actual French Dip is pretty delicious as well.
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The downtown location of the iconic sushi chain is still some of the freshest fish in the neighborhood.
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Jackson Market and Deli
Jackson Market is a neighborhood deli/general store/hang out spot in Culver City and one of the best local gems in the area.
Mendocino Farms makes delicious sandwiches. We just wish the place didn't feel like such a whitewashed chain. The food is good - just get it to-go.
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Bay Cities is a Santa Monica classic that’s been open since 1925. Most importantly, it’s home to The Godmother, Los Angeles’ greatest sandwich.
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