A Culver City gastro with a Seven Grand barkeep and an American Gladiators net
Los Angeles
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Not just what Pigpen takes after drinking too much water, The Muddy Leek's also an upscale, eclectic gastrobistro now open on a business-y looking corner of Washington Blvd with art house-iness like sillhouette paintings above a 10-seat bar

There's also a pretty epic patio space with an installation that looks like an American Gladiators cargo net, but sadly Joust made from bottle caps

The menu's from a crew who've been throwing underground dinners for years, and includes perfected plates like a Paso Prime flat iron steak served with grilled celeriac, spinach ravioli, and brown butter, which -- like that Hardy Boys/30 Rock cross-over episode -- includes lemon & capers

They've also got a juniper-venison dish w/ sweet potato hash, and this black truffle-enhanced potato-leek tart

Plus this Lambwitch (w/ mint, rosemary, green tomato jam), served on olive loaf that'll get you looking more like Bluto

Oh, and there's a full bar with pour-down-throaters from a former Seven Grand dude, like a happy hour Barman's Choice and the rye-filled Blind Lemon Jefferson, which'll likely have you making a few Declarations of your own.

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1. Muddy Leek 8631 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232 (Culver City)

Not just what Pigpen takes after drinking too much water, The Muddy Leek's also an upscale, eclectic gastrobistro now open on a business-y looking corner of Washington Blvd with art house-iness like sillhouette paintings above a 10-seat bar. With sophisticated-yet-hearty dishes like lamb confit, rabbit ravioli, and a potato, spinach and leek tart you're bound to leave with your appetite satiated and your senses elevated.

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