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Holy Cow BBQ Brings Slow Smoked Meats to Culver City on July 2

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Opening just in time for the holiday weekend.

Holy Cow BBQ, which successfully opened last year in Santa Monica, is preparing to smoke up Culver City this Thursday in the old Kimukatsu space at Culver Crossroads. With a similarly designed interior and a varied menu of regional barbecue styles, it'll be sure to serve this part of town with a steady stream of brisket, ribs, tri tip, and pulled pork.

Founded by Rob Serritella (Mess Hall), who learned the tricks of the barbecue trade when he was the Director of Operations at chain spot Wood Ranch, this 90 seater also offers buttermilk fried chicken, burgers, and all-American desserts like banana cream pie in a jar.

This location also sports 30 beers either on tap or in bottle/can, plus seven different wines, meaning barbecue fiends can wash down the smoked goodness with some craft brews.

Hours run 11 a.m. to 9 p.m, Sunday to Thursday, with a later 10 p.m. closure on weekends.

Holy Cow BBQ
4130 Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City, CA 90230

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