It’s a subject worth chewing over. While many Culver City residents pride themselves on living in an area that has some of the finest restaurants, locals have also come to blows by either supporting or decrying a string of 7-Eleven convenience stores in the neighborhood. Now, it’s time to decide if think having an Olive Garden restaurant in the city’s backyard is a good or a bad thing.
The Italian chain restaurant – the purveyor of pasta, breadsticks and salad bars – is now in Culver City. It officially opened today at 6000 Sepulveda Blvd.
LA Weekly definitely has a very strong point of view about the restaurant setting up shop right by its offices. Click here to read the full story on LA Weekly.
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