With Public School 310 newly opened and LYFE Kitchen eyeing a debut some time in early 2013, it looks like Culver City knows no end to continual restaurant development. In a free-standing, LEED-certified building next to City Tavern on Washington Blvd comes a new eating establishment currently under contruction. Per an ABC notice, the venue will be named Assembly and a David Kuo is involved. The property will serve a full bar with food, per the 47 liquor license. Construction is pretty heavy at the moment, with no visible finishes or equipment in sight. No word on the concept or chefs involved yet, but any tips or details are welcome in the comments.
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