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Cookie Casa Bakery
10868 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
Cookie Casa Bakery is a home-style bakery that specializes in cookies, cupcakes, layer cakes and bars. Sweets includeMore Snickerdoodle, oatmeal butterscotch and chocolate chip cookies, as well as chocolate chunk brownies, pecan shortbread squares and vanilla crack and carrot cupcakes among others. Visit the website for more information.
Mrs. Fields
173 Fox Hills Mall, Culver City, CA 90230
Started in California more than 30 years ago, Mrs. Fields is now a worldwide franchise. This particular location in theMore Fox Hills Mall sells Mrs. Fields' famous fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies. Other cookies too are made here, such as chocolate walnut, oatmeal raisin, white chocolate, macadamia nut and more. Cookies are generally sold individually, but larger orders can be accommodated. Soft drinks, smoothies and coffee drinks are also available.
Platine Cookies
10850 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
Platine Cookies has been voted one of the top 20 bakeries in the Los Angeles area. The dessert company was establishedMore in 2002 and  has been serving Culver City customers since 2009. Their menu is updated seasonally, and the locally owned business routinely buys their products from local farmer's markets.
CoolHaus
8588 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
CoolHaus specializes in custom ice cream sandwiches. Cookie options include chocolate chip, double chocolate, oatmeal,More peanut butter, s'more, vegan chocolate truffle, red velvet, and hotcake cookie. Ice cream flavors include baked apple, blackberry ginger sorbet, gingerbread, molten chocolate cake, pumpkin pie, strawberry mojito sorbet, and Tahitian vanilla. All flavors can be mixed and matched.
Grand Casino Bakery & Cafe
3826 Main St, Culver City, CA 90232
Grand Casino is a bakery and cafe located on Main Street. The bakery sells pastries, cakes, cookies, empanadas, mousseMore and flan for extremely low prices. It serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with menu options including eggs, breakfast burritos, sandwiches, steaks, ribs and soup. It is open seven days a week and also offers catering and delivery.  
Robeks
3891 Overland Ave, Culver City, CA 90232
Robeks is a health-conscious juice and snack store specializing in the production of smoothies, including low calorieMore blends and beverages with supplements like protein and immune boosters. All products are made to order, can be customized based on customers' tastes and are made with real fruit. Robeks's menu features over 50 beverages, cookies, muffins, wraps, pitas and salads as well as specialty health products like wheatgrass shots. Robeks continually experiments with new flavors in their menu, such as coffee, mocha and hazelnut flavored smoothies.
M Cafe
9343 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
M Cafe brings contemporary macrobiotic cuisine to Culver City. That means everything's prepared sans refined sugars,More eggs, dairy, red meat or poultry. What's left? Plenty: The menu incorporates organic salmon, tuna, Seitan and tofu, not to mention the goodies from the in-house patisserie -- muffins, scones, pound cake, cookies, tarts and more, made yummy with natural grain sweeteners and whole-food ingredients. M Cafe also has a full catering service for private events.
The Sensitive Baker
10836 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

Culver City's The Sensitive Baker offers a diverse selection of gluten-free baked items to satisfy that craving for aMore stove-baked goodie.

This bakery sells cakes, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, hand-crafted artisanal breads and kosher items. It also stocks Follow Your Heart products so that you can meet most of your gluten-free needs at one location. Coffee, tea and soft drinks are also available.

Many baked items at the Sensitive Baker are also made in dairy or nut-free varieties.

The Museum of Jurassic Technology
9341 Venice Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
The Museum of Jurassic Technology is located on Venice Boulevard, at the corner of Main, on the north side of theMore street. The museum's entrance is a tiny, nondescript door easily missed because of the adjacent hardwood flooring store. Don't show up just any old time, as the museum hours are limited and should be checked before visiting. The museum claims to serve a dual role: offering academics an opportunity to review and artifacts from the Jurassic era, while introducing the public to the relics of the period. Complimentary tea and cookies are available one hour before and after the front desk opens and closes. The museum is non-profit and suggests amounts for donations. The museum has a wide variety of rotating exhibits and collections. Check the website for more detailed information. They do have a gift shop and bookstore.