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Culver City Restaurant Explosion Phase II

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The south side of Culver Boulevard in downtown Culver City is about to explode with new restaurants this week. We already told you that Rush Street, with its beer, art, rooftop bar and fancy bar food, has its public debut on Saturday, July 12. Now we're told the Chipotle just a few doors down officially opens on Friday, July 11, but no free burritos for you, Culverzens. Instead, they'll open for three hours on July 10 (from 5:30p-8:30p) and will donate 100% of the proceeds to the non-profit arm of the Culver City Unified School District. And on opening day, the first 100 people will get T-shirts and a chance to win a year of free burritos. (We don't know: helping the schools is nice and all, but free burritos on the spot sounds more enticing.) Gyenari, the Korean place directly next to Rush Street, can't be but days away itself. So the question is: With several blocks covered in restaurants across the street (Akasha, Ford's, Honey's, Fraiche, Tender Greens, etc.), these, plus the myriad chains along the strip, how the hell do you choose where to go for dinner and/or drinks in downtown CC?
· Rush Street Rushes to Finish Line [~ELA~]
· Plywood Report: Rush Street, Gyenari, More [~ELA~]
· What's It Take to Get a Free Burrito Around Here? [~ELA~]

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