By Jeff Game
Los Angeles is a massive, diverse and sprawling city that is ever evolving, even for a lifelong Angeleno as myself, and it is extra cool when you discover a new and revamped area of the city like the new Culver City.
Culver City is rapidly ushering back the spirit of “Old Hollywood Chic.” Longtime tenant and prominent filmmaker MGM (now Sony Studios) helped resurrect the town’s image as a cool stomping ground, bustling with trendy restaurants and hip hot spots.
Harry Culver’s initial concept that “all roads lead to Culver City” may finally be realized, as its location is accessible by all points around the greater Los Angeles area. As attainable as it is, Culver City has managed to tuck away some of the most unique hangouts that even the most active L.A. local may not know exist.