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Culver City Pacifico's & S&W Country Diner


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Culver City Pacifico's & S&W Country Diner

Muhlyssa | Oct 3, 2001 05:29 PM

Anyone been the Pacificos yet? I drove by this place about 2 months ago while it was being built and thought it looked like it would be fun.

BTW, we finally made it over to the S&W Country Diner. What a funky place. I had some buckwheat pancakes with banana that were pretty good.
Is the thing with bringing separate checks a thing there?

"Get Your Mariscos: Howdy Kabrins, founder of the La Salsa chain of Tex-Mex fast food, has had another brainstorm-a Latin seafood place called Pacifico's, "home of the huachinango" (red snapper; in this case, a deep-fried red snapper). This first of a projected chain is a brightly decorated indoor-outdoor place featuring a shrimp and octopus cocktail ($10.95), fried calamari ($7.95), swordfish skewers ($10.95) and, of course, whole fried snapper ($12.95 at dinner, $10.95 at lunch). Outside tables
are under straw umbrellas and on cool nights the fire pit is stoked up. Pacifico's is open daily for lunch and dinner. Pacifico's, 9341 Culver Blvd., Culver City; (310) 559-3474."

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