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Rush Street

9546 Washington Blvd. (Culver Blvd.) Send to Phone
310-837-9546 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Order Now! | Menu
A vibrant bar where you can complement your drinks with something from the casual American menu.
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Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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Rush Street, Culver City, CA

Rush Street Restaurant Review

: Owner Brian McKeaney, whose offices are in Culver City, couldn't find a fun, comfortable bar to unwind after work. So he decided to open his own in the now-busy downtown area. Rush Street claims to have the longest bar in the city (though we didn't measure): 36 feet of polished concrete. Indeed, the very lengthy slab holds hundreds of back-lit bottles that serve as the decorative focus of the brick-walled dining room. It's easy to see that the cocktails and micro-brewed beers are the big attraction at this restaurant named after the famed street in Chicago, where McKeaney's family owns six restaurants/bars. Drinks, which can also be sipped on the two outdoor terraces, may be accompanied by small bites such as crispy calamari, ahi tacos and dry-aged beef sliders. Bigger appetites may opt for the turkey meatloaf, Scottish salmon stir-fry or rib-eye steak. Check the nightly specials; Tuesdays bring half-off wines. For dessert, we recommend the carrot cake. There are more than a dozen wide-screen TVs, making Rush Street a great game-day destination.

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good food and atmosphere, not spectacular
by penny on Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:35 am
 
Went to Rush Street for brunch. My friend had the spanish tortilla, which is a seafood frittata-type dish, with crab, lobster and other seafood, and it was really tasty. My dry-aged burger was also very good. The place was empty when we were there, but it's probably more crowded at night with the bar-scene. Overall, I'd say it's a good place for a bite and some drinks in a nice atmostphere, but definitely not a must-try dining destination.
 
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