Culver City sports a great collection of restaurants in the blocks around the interestion of Culver Blvd and Washington Blvd. There are at least 10 interesting restaurants of which our first was Meet in Paris. We went fairly early on a Sunday evening so it was not crowded. There are about 12 open air table under the awning in front, but we chose to eat inside. The service was friendly and attentive. We benefitted from a Sunday half-price special on some wines and had a nice Cote-De-Rhone. For appetizers, we had the French Onion Soup and Tomato Tarte Tatin--both were excellent. For entrees, I had Penne Rigate (being ecumenical with an Italian dish with sausage and peas in tomato cream sauce). My bride had the mussels, which are a house speciality--they offer 16 selections. Both were fine. The inside dining room is quite small, even intimate. The room filled up as the evening progressed, but it was the noise level was always low. If we are looking for restaurant options in LA, this restaurant row offers great options, and Meet in Paris would be a good choice
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