Pop’s Bagels Shuffles in Culver City


Westside catering scene November 4, 2021

By Dolores Quintana

Pop’s Bagels first pop-up location at Platform.LA has been closed as the delicious bagel store is about to open a new permanent location at The Culver Steps, a mixed-use development that also houses a creative office. Amazon, according to their Instagram page. The Culver Steps development is located at 9300 Culver Blvd. Their new store will open in December, but until then you can still pick up some of their fresh bagels and sandwiches at their Brentwood store and you can find this store at 11928 San Vicente Blvd.

Wake and Lake, a popular breakfast burrito spot – recently named by the Los Angeles Times as one of the best breakfast burritos in LA, will open a store in Santa Monica. As reported by What Now Los Angeles, the restaurant will open at 411 Santa Monica Boulevard in 2022. An announcement of the company’s plans, including information on the location of Santa Monica, is expected later this year. The Santa Monica location will take over the space that once housed Mainland Poke.

As reported by Eater.com, Zinqué is back in Venice after closing its other location on Abbot Kinney and Venice boulevards. The restaurant is now open at 1430 Lincoln Boulevard and the opening hours are 7:00 am to midnight Sunday through Thursday with extended hours on weekends when they are open until 2:00 am. This place, with its full liquor license, serves French brunch, lunch and dinner with a full range of cocktails, wine and beer. The restaurant is also present throughout the region, including Century City, Downtown LA and Newport Beach.

Sweetgreen will soon be opening a new location in Westwood at 10922 Kinross Avenue near Gayley Avenue, as reported by Toddrickallen.com. The popular salad and bowl chain, with over 100 locations nationwide, offers a healthy, natural menu that focuses on “Building Healthier Communities by Connecting People to Real Food.” for the sake of sustainability of ingredients and “reinventing fast food”. as their website states.

As reported by Toddrickallen.com, the Pacific Dining Car at the corner of Wilshire and Princeton in Santa Monica will not reopen as a new restaurant. A 24-hour emergency vet center is expected to open in the space, as indicated by a planned license change notice on the store front.



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