Unlike my husband (who obviously has no taste), I enjoyed my visit to Pho Sho. I thought the noodles were tasty, and the service was good. I'd go back in a heartbeat, and now they are open very late on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, too.
I guess its kind of like fast food for a car wash. Self serve, you pay for the use of high pressure water and soap, and vacuum if you please. If you like washing your own car, this is a good place for you.
A really good option for quick and tasty Thai food delivered to your door. The Pad Thai is very good, as is the barbecued chicken. When we are in the mood for Thai, and can't get out, East Wind IV is our first choice.
Right on Overland, just North of the Julian Dixon Library, The Spot offers various drinks, including coffee, of course. We often drop by for a soft drink.
Sent our son since age 8. Lots of different instructors, but Master Kim is always there and very hands on. Does a great job teaching kids both TKD, and discipline.
The best theaters in Culver City. They show first run movies, with bargain matinees. If you order a large popcorn, you also get a free refill. Plus, you get unlimited free refills on soft drinks.
Mark C. Roberts, DDS is a fine dentist and a nice guy. My husband, who is afraid of the sound of the drill, went to Mark and left unafraid. Mark handles adults and older kids, and if he was closer to Culver City, I'd be recommending him to everyone I know.
Not just a detail shop, but also a great outdoor, 100% hand car wash. You park, sit and enjoy juice, and the car wash people do the rest. Likely the cleanest you will see your car, but be warned, it takes a long time.
Years ago, the Crest was one of the finer theaters in Westwood Village. Years have passed, and the Crest still looks the same. Sometimes, old is better than new. Not this time.
It isn't a dump, but it certainly isn't like going to a nice theater. Everything seems smaller, from the concessions to the screens. The only thing that's not smaller is the ticket prices.