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If your date is a foodie or an appreciator of particularly good cocktails, Gwen is the jam.
Located in Culver City, The Wallace is the perfect bar/restaurant to first grab a drink and then sit for dinner, if you so feel like it. I take that back – my actual all time favorite restaurant.
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You don’t have to take every open mic musician you match with to dinner, but if you want to make an impression and actually look like you give a damn about getting to know someone, an old-school first date is the way to go. There’s no rose on the table and you don’t need to share your whole life story in hopes of making it to the next episode. This might seem obvious but you need a place that proves you know what you’re doing, without overdoing it. Margot is the ideal destination for a Westside date night with views.
Here’s how it’s done: For starters, you need a place where you can hear each other. Save the prix-fixe menus and helicopter rides for later. It’s on the roof of Platform in Culver City, so you should try to times your reservation with the sunset.
Head to the patio, get a bottle, and order a couple of their insanely good grilled cheeses with ’nduja spread.