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360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

Margot

By Vaughn Lowery × Krishan Narsinghani × Michael Moadeb × Anthony Sovinsky

Restaurateur Rohan Talwar helms IB Hospitality and owns the illustrious West Hollywood gem, Norahs. A few months ago, he opened the doors to modish and culinary oasis, Margot – complete with exotic dishes, regional wines and special drink menu.

Margot, a Mediterranean infused restaurant composed of various seating and dine-in areas with 360 degree views of West LA, in Culver City is a diamond in the rough. The rooftop (indoor and outdoor seated venue) nests at the top of the PLATFORM (a boutique shopping experience with fashion/pop-ups, wellness and bites) and borders tons of retail, commercial and a new hotel soon erupting. The speedy Expo line train can be seen swiftly running east to west while you sip and/or dine outside and mimics the likes of some of the more prestigious eateries within Brooklyn’s Dumbo area. Similar to the train, rumors have quickly traveled throughout the city that Amazon will begin developing a new location nearby.

‘Hot like fire’ understates the atmosphere at night as the outside appears to be torched with tons of heat lamps in tow. With fresh farm-to-fork ingredients and handmade pastas (try the spaghetti), this place is a soon to be staple within the LA area. The menu constantly changes for an all-inclusive dining experience, including those with strict plant-based diets. Great for romantic dates, celebratory moments and family gatherings on ‘Sunday Funday’ largely due to their tapas as well as fresh raw seafood bar. Talk about delectable oysters. Step foot inside to find every inch of this establishment scream social media engagement wall. Note murals and tapestries all aligned in tune with a modernistic and contemporary ambiance. Service is extremely courteous, helpful and hospitable. And if that’s not enough to keep you coming back, the handcrafted cocktails will. Try their refreshening grapefruit gin and juice or a fruity frosé – worth every penny. It’s about time Culver City got what it deserved – a casual dining experience with budding professionals who seek something edgy, youthful and tasty.

Boost your metabolism before you eat, as SoulCycle is located on the second floor right underneath Margot. Or, after a zesty salad and sandwich at Margot, you may want to head down to the first level to the cozy ice cream shop with a menu of small-batch flavors, Van Leeuwen Ice Cream.

*Margot is open daily from 11am-2am.

Highlights
• Accommodates approximately 150 seated or 350 for reception
• Rooftop patio with dedicated bar accommodates approximately 120 seated or 150 for reception
• Intimate private dining terrace available for approximately 25 seated or 40 for reception
• Social dining options available for weekend brunches, lunch and dinner
• Market driven menu inspired by coastal mediterranean cuisine
• Full service bar with handcrafted cocktails made with fresh ingredients
• Stunning beach and city views throughout

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

360 MAGAZINE, Margot Restaurant, LA, Los Angeles, Vaughn Lowery

West Jeff To-Go

West Jeff To-Go is a to go spot for food lovers in LA. This neighborhood eatery offers healthy, substantial food to-go with a secluded outdoor garden option for patrons to eat in. On their menu they offer salads, bowls, sandwiches, and a refreshing variety of vegan and gluten free options. The restaurant is located at 5162 W. Jefferson Blvd at the intersection of Sycamore Avenue and Jefferson Boulevard.

West Jeff To-Go opened on April 21st 2018 and they are off to a promising start with plenty five-star reviews on Yelp. Menu items consist of healthy and delicious dishes. The new eatery is a collaboration between two long-time film & TV caterers, Chef Teri Portugal-Gooden & Colleen Stewart, cooking out of a 2,000 square foot kitchen located on-site where they have been for over a decade. The branding is sleek, with nods to its feminine roots by way of menu names. “When branding the restaurant, I wanted to celebrate our feminine roots without making things obviously pink, or soft. Incorporating women’s names that were significant to us, and relative to the food has shown to resonate with our patrons. Everyone knows a Maria!” says Bryant Moscote, the driving force behind the restaurant’s marketing and front of the house operations.

The Adriana (bowl) is sliced brisket, charred zucchini, and chimichurri vinaigrette. The Maria bowl consists of pulled pork, golden BBQ sauce, and green slaw. Colleen’s Chili was excellent with carrots, celery, onion, toasted garlic, triple bean, tomato, and served on Brown Rice topped with diced onion and cheese.  All of their bowls are served with Brown Rice & Beans. There is also wide assortment of salads like the Charred Cauliflower, Quinoa Tabouli, and Roasted Potato!

The interior of the restaurant is cozy, making it easy to come in see, sample and order. West Jeff To-Go’s outdoor garden has a relaxing and inviting atmosphere with contemporary canopy lights. The garden is a favorite for guests to mingle with their friends and enjoy a nice meal, or book for a private party.

The staff delivers extraordinary service and will go through the entire menu with their guests. They are currently open from 11am to 5pm Monday through Friday and will eventually be open until 9pm. They are incorporating pop-up events on the weekend like movie nights in September, as well as breakfast!

You can check out their Instagram @westjefftogo for updates and also call West Jeff To-Go (323)935-5333 for their daily specials and catering. Share and Like West Jeff to Go on Facebook here.