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RUSH STREET Restaurant

Hey all!! Just wanted to let you in on a little secret!

RUSH STREET RESTAURANT in Downtown Culver City. I chose this venue for my recent 23rd birthday party (eew, its just wierd saying 23) anyways it was pretty awesome. Here's the highlights.

So I made an 8pm dinner reservation for a saturday for about 11 people. We got a little section with a long table in the back where we all fit comfortably. The first floor is the restaurant with a long bar and many belly bar tables and bar stools, a patio out front. We enjoyed over lovely gourmet burgers and pastas and belgian ales. Everyone seemed to gloat about the food, which was nice since I had never been there before that day and didn't know what to expect. My friend had suggested this place to me and after looking online I decided to pick it.

GOOD CHOICE. Not only was the food great the ambience was also fun. Our waitress was superb and set my group up with stamps to get into the second floor club/lounge area where they have a full bar, outdoor smoking patio, counches and bottle service and low and behold a stripper pole (which was hard to get me away from, i mean hey it was my birthday party, i can strip if i want to, eer yeah anyways) A god turn out, id say about 20 people showed up, which is good considering there were alot of other events happening that night. I felt special, we got to go upstairs and dance, drinks were reasonably priced and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves in this venues not any of them had been too.

Literally the only club atmosphere in Culver City, it was definitely a successful bday outing and Saturday night. I reccomend it for a girls night of dancing, casual date night for dinner and all all around fun time for a group!! Happy Hour is also really awesome on weekdays 4-7. Check out the website for your own research and I'm sure you will enjoy it just as much!!

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