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About Rush Street
Chicago's rowdy Rush Street comes to Culver City in the form of a two-level restaurant, bar and lounge.
A local institution since 2008.
Culver City, CA 90232
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Dinner: Friday-Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm; Dinner: Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Brunch: Saturday-Sunday: 10:00am - 3:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
In addition, 2 city parking structures, and metered street parking are available.
Private Party Facilities:
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Private Party Contact:
Calli France: (310) 837-9546
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Dancing, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Rush Street Ratings and Reviews
Went for Valentine lunch, most everything was good except the food wasn't as good this time around. Turkey club bread crust was really hard and I couldn't bite into sandwich. Fish taco had one tiny piece of fish, which was hard to find it was so small. Probably won't eat there again, so many other good restaurants close by to try.
Good martini and other drinks. Good food. Nice and casual with multiple tv screens to watch Olympics and more. Service a little weak. A little noisy. Liked a lot. Too cold for patio but will try another time. Great area to walk around before or after too. Enjoyed.
We were trying to find a place inbetween the valley and Palos Verdes and I literally picked Rush Street off Yelp. Everyone said what a great choice. Food was excellent, service great - nobody rushed us even after dinner was done. Passed a hot party of folks coming in who looked so happy; I think they thought they passed a happy group going out. It's not uber cheap but it didn't matter. The food was fabulous. We all had burger that were perfectly done. I had the sweet potato fries (excellent) my husband an one friend had the chili to start. Our friends wife had a very generous ceasar salad with her veggie burger. We will definitely go back.
I thought the restaurant was participating in Dine In the program and found out upon arrival that it wasn't. My fault, I'm sure. I had a delicious hamburger heaped with yummy ingredients. But I ended up with a hamburger contrary to my diet. I'd hoped for a salad but the menu is, to say the least, light on salads. So, if you're hankering for a burger, this is your spot. If you're looking for something with fewer calories, I'd go elsewhere. Both my friend and I had trouble finding the address because it says Washington and we kept running into Culver Boulevard without finding the restaurant. When management confirms the reservation, it would be helpful to give customers a better idea of location and parking.
We were there on a weeknight pre theater with plenty of time for a leisurely meal. The restaurant was about 1/3 full but the service was slow, even for a leisurely pace. Our server was pleasant but didn't seem to be able to juggle her 3 ordinary tables properly. We had to engage the manager to deliver our bottle of wine which had been set out on the bar counter for a while. When he poured it, he didn't offer a taste but poured a full measure into each of our glasses. That type of full faith in the label must receive reward from the wine producer.
Made reservations for a booth on a Tuesday night at 7:00.
2 booths were available but was told they were for "larger parties".
Waited another 40 minutes. Still both booths were open.
Again asked if we could be seated at one. Both the Male and Female hosts were kind of rude. they said "we fill up late".Finally we accepted an outside table. Were shown to the smallest one they had, while there were at least 5 larger tables open.
Reluctantly the hostess allowed us to have a larger table.
As we were leaving , we noticed the booths we wanted, were now occupied by parties of TWO .
Maybe they did not like the fact that we were a mixed race couple ??
The design of the building plus the loud music result in an environment where you are literally yelling in order to talk to the other person sitting across from you.
Go here if you like to eat a tasty burger and don't want to talk to the people at your table.
I was there with a friend for the World Series game 1 game (Go Dodgers!). Got seated at a table with a pretty god view of the screens. They had some good happy hour specials on drinks, with some limited happy hour food options. It was fairly bus, but not crazy busy. Service was slow but acceptable. (took about 10 minutes to initially have someone wander over for my drink order.. but I was the third to arrive.) Good, but not great and I do feel like it could use a little clean up. It just feels a bit dated in both menu and venue.
Overall the experience was great. Good food and a nice environment. The music was excellent. Upstairs was pretty cool and a fun spot to end the night. My only complaint was the waiter not greeting me until my date arrived. I wish he would have stopped over right away with waters for the table.
My pre-theater (the Kirk Douglas is just around the corner) brunch was heavenly. I had the cheeseburger with egg on top, hollandaise and carmelized onions. Most noteworthy were the crispy fried tater tots! Good music, not too loud, 5 (count 'em) televisions for multiple sports choices, great service snaps for Whitney) and a lively bar crowd. Reasonably-priced FUN!
I enjoyed the atmosphere, the openness and the selection of meals on the menu. I thought the Lobster/Shrimp Egg Rolls were delicious, served hot and crunchy! My only complaint was that I thought our main courses took fairly a long time to be served to our table. But other than that, I would highly recommend Rush Street to friends/family.
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