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What's Best Reasonably Priced Restaurant for Table of 10 not more than couple blocks from corner of Bagley Ave/Venice Blvd, Culver City?

BerryPieFanatic | Feb 5, 201507:05 PM     5

Can anyone recommend a really enjoyable, good quality restaurant that serves a variety of diets ( i.e. both meat & vegetarian food), --that's reasonably priced ( ideally more on the inexpensive side), --& is a place a table of 10 socializing & laughing would feel comfortable + comfortably welcome by the management.

Something that's not more than a couple of blocks walk from the Museum of Jurassic Technology ( corner of Bagley Ave & Venice Blvd: 9341 Venice Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90232 ).

If there are a lot of choices/diversity on the menu that would be great too, --but the above features are the most important.

And somewhere they wouldn't already be full for 6pm dinner on Valentine's Day.
Thanx!

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