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Top foodie festival Taste of the Nation returns

It’s been one of our favorite foodie events in the past. Taste of the Nation returns on June 1, 2014 to Culver City’s Media Park. We’re forecasting beautiful weather & sunshine and over 50 different restaurants & chefs from all over Los Angeles. Some of the restaurants confirmed for this year’s event include 800 Degrees […]

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Tablas Creek wine dinner at Waterloo & City

 The tax man cometh. And if you’re lucky enough to be inline for a nice little refund, we’ve got the perfect way to blow that cash you are getting back from Uncle Sam. Culver City’s favorite nose to tail eatery Waterloo & City is hosting the wine makers from Tablas Creek Vineyard for a very […]

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Celebrate Oktoberfest in Culver City

Who wants to deal with the headache and drunken crowds of faux German villages in Torrance? (Or even worse, the OC, gasp!) Head to Culver City, the perfect mid-way point between your friends on the east and west sides, for a historic German beer and food celebration. Several businesses along the trendy d-town CC strip […]

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Bringing home the bacon

Nothing was ever free growing up as a kid. My dad always taught me, work hard, and you will be dutifully rewarded. So now it’s time to bring home the bacon, literally. The bacon goddess Rashida Purifoy, is teaching a series of bacon classes at Surfas in Culver City entitled Makin’ Bacon 101. For those […]

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The Walter Manzke Burger

National Burger Day is May 28th, and to celebrate we’ll be featuring a burger every day of the week here on Dig Lounge. Hold on tight, it’s gonna be a gut busting week. When we heard the buzz that Walter Manzke had created a burger for Le Saint Amour, we set our course promptly for […]

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Five Guys lands in Culver City

National Burger Day is May 28th, and to celebrate we’ll be featuring a burger every day of the week here on Dig Lounge. Hold on tight, it’s gonna be a gut busting week. Our first burger stop this week is Five Guys Burgers and Fries. Five Guys is a East Coast transplant trying to invade […]

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Septemberfest, beer, music, and BBQ

Sure, the German’s have Oktoberfest, where you get to enjoy beer, bratwurst, lerderhosen and polka music. But here in el-lay we do things a bit different. We want craft beers, BBQ, and rock music. “Cue” Septemberfest. The 2nd annual event will feature over 200 different types of beer with endless pours. Some beers for the […]

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Tasting LA – Taste of the Nation

40 restaurants, countless chefs, (nearly) unlimited food, beer, wine, cooking demonstrations, silent auction, what more can you pack into a 3 hour period? That’s exactly what happened this past weekend in Culver City at Taste of the Nation. The premier food event that benefits Share our Strengths campaign to make sure no kid grows up […]

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Rush Hour at BottleRock

Rush hour may cause road rage for some, or cause others to grind their teeth in frustration, but for me, I think of cheap wine and small bites. So if you’re stuck Downtown or in Culver City during rush hour (4:30-7pm, Mon-Sat), take a break from the daily grind of the LA freeways and stop […]

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Artisanal Bread Baking with Jerry Maybrook

There is nothing like a fresh loaf of home baked bread. But how do you get that bakery quality bread out of the oven in your own home? Artisanal baker Jerry Maybrook, one of the hidden jewels of the Los Angeles food world, is a pro when it comes to producing truly transcendent loaves of […]

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