Noodles!! Sandwiches! Beer! Hummus! West Adams Blvd. Food Tsunami

June19foodweb2The West Adams Blvd. corridor is adjacent to the Culver City development explosion and the word is out.  Neighborhoods along the West Adams corridor linking Culver City to Historic West Adams will soon be inundated with hordes of people working at Amazon, HBO, Apple, all looking for nearby homes, apartments and good food.  Add in the hunger from the Jefferson Park/ Historic West Adams communities, and restaurants are springing up along the corridor as they settle in and prepare to feed the rapidly expanding community.


San Gabriel Valley noodle lovers have made noodle shop Mian the go-to place for slurping up everyone’s favorite comfort food, and when it came time to expand, they secured their spot along the corridor.  Construction has begun at West Adams and Cloverdale, right across from Fais Do Do.

When the beloved local Johnny Pastrami closed, neighborhood tears were shed. But smiles are returning since hearing about its resurrection by uber restaurateur Travis Lett. Renamed Gjohnny Pastrami it will become a sandwich stand (yay!) with a full line of alcohol and an on-premise brewery.  They are looking to stay open for walk-up food 24/7 with the brewery closing at 2 am.  We will see how patient local neighbors are with this idea, but they are promised no outdoor music, in-house dancing or games and lots of on-site parking.

Gjohnny Pastrami. 4327/4331 W. Adams Blvd.

Recently opened Mizlala (see picture) made its name in Sherman Oaks while landing on Eater’s 38 Essential Los Angeles Restaurants list.  They specialize in Middle Eastern food like hummus, roasted meats and veggies. Opened to rave reveiws at the end of May.   

15 Five Star Yelp reviews

Mizlala 5400 W. Adams Blvd. Next door to Delicious Pizza.



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