One of the many reasons I love living in Culver City is due to its dining out selections. I also have a love for gastropubs
. Recently, Aubrey and I headed over to Public School
because we had a craving for some tasty beer. Similar to Father’s Office
, they didn’t disappoint and had a delectable selection of beer (and food).
We each had Dogfish Head Festina Peche
which turned out to be the perfect hot summer afternoon beverage. It was so refreshing and light, with the lightest hint of peach. For food, we shared The Cutting Board – a selection of cured meats and artisan cheeses (they had Grafton Cheddar
!!!), and we split the Colorado Lamb Burger.
There is inside and outside seating (also an outside bar section). We sat outside to enjoy the lovely weather (and we love people watching). The staff was nice, cheerful, and knowledgable about the beer and food selections. The beer list had pricing from $6 to $12 (per glass/bottle), with most of the selection being under $10. Our Dogfish Head Festina Peche’s were $7/glass… but every sip was worth every penny, and it was a seasonal special that you won’t get all year round (so we had two glasses each!)!
We’ll definitely be back, and since it’s so close, we might try biking over next time!
Photo 1, by me | Photo 2, by Aubrey