From Culver City's hip arts district to Brentwood's fine dining, the Westside is home to many of LA’s best restaurants, high end shopping and eclectic boutiques, and superb cultural and historic attractions.

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The Westside is known for its top restaurants, high end shopping, and acclaimed cultural attractions. Shopaholics flock to the trendy boutiques on Third Street, popular shopping centers such as The Grove and the Beverly Center, and the landmark Original Farmers Market. Robertson Boulevard is known for its celebrity-magnet restaurants and chic, high-end boutiques. The affluent Brentwood community includes upscale shops and eateries along Montana Avenue and the world famous Getty Center, located atop the Santa Monica Mountains. More cultural attractions can be found on Museum Row, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the Petersen Automotive Museum, the Craft and Folk Art Museum and the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits. In Century City, the Annenberg Space for Photography features a digital projection gallery and traditional print exhibit area. The Paley Center for Media is a living catalog of television and movies.

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Matteo's Restaurant

Downtown Culver City Third Wednesdays

Chao Krung Thai

Cal Mare

The Mar Vista

Belle Vie

Shake Shack - Century City

Lobby lounge at Kimpton Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Beverly Hills

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