The Citizen Public Market, a new food hall in Culver City that opened in November 2020, has eight vendors currently. The majority of the vendors are on the first floor, while Bar Bohémien is located on both the second and third floors with ice-top seating. It's worth noting that the building was listed on its National Register of Historic Places in 1987. Parking is scarce; instead, guests can park at the CULVER City Steps parking garage, which offers the initial hour for free and charges $1 for each additional hour.
A beautiful food court in Culver City is a great place to grab breakfast, lunch or dinner and stay for longer. You can also enjoy socializing with friends and tasting local dishes and drinks at various establishments. My favorite spot is Jolly Oyster's succulent oysters served with delicious filling like Uni butter, which comes with wine!