I’ll keep posting to this from time to time, but I think for now I want my focus off of things like eating out!
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If you are fond of pastrami, or of 50’s era diners, check it out. Takes only cash—no plastic, no checks. All the fixtures are original, and rumor has it that some of the waitresses are, too.
It’s a tiny little place on Sepulveda in Culver City. It isn’t health food, but it is delicious. Hours are generous: 10 am to at least 1 am every day; on Friday and Saturday it’s open until 3 am.
4017 Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City, CA 90230
KJ’s diner at 8731 Lincoln Blvd (near the intersection with Manchester) has great diner food, friendly staff, and a bowling alley attached to it! The AMF El Dorado Bowl adds an additional dimension to the diner atmosphere.
KJ’s is quite friendly about substitutions, if you are on a diet. They seem to be friendly about everything.
I don’t know the name of the kiosk with Falafel and other Middle Eastern goodies at the Farmers’ Market (by the Grove) but I heartily recommend it. If you want to close your eyes and be in Jerusalem, I don’t know of a better place!
In the exchange that set this off, two of us were talking about our love of diners, so I’ll start with a diner:
Jan’s. It’s up near Beverly Center and Cedar Sinai, on Beverly. Not the least bit trendy
- aggressively non-trendy, in fact - with friendly service and good food. The Greek items on the menu are quite good, and the salads are excellent. Watch out for the serving sizes, though: every single entree I’ve seen there was enough food for two people at least.