Wildcraft

Restaurants, Italian Culver City
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Wildcraft
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Previously known as Wildcraft Pizza, Wildcraft revamped itself to focus on modern Italian cuisine, featuring an array of antipasta, salads and pasta, along with seafood and a fantastic wine list. Fans of the old space will be happy to know that their pistachio and squash blossoms pizza is still available, as is a slew of their other fantastic pies—plus grilled octopus, brisket meatballs and Italian fried chicken. Stop by from 4-7pm for happy hour.

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Venue name: Wildcraft
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Address: 9725 Culver Blvd
Los Angeles
90232
Opening hours: Mon-Fri Noon-3pm, 5-10pm; Sat & Sun 11am-3pm, 5-10pm
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tastemaker

Service isn’t the greatest here, but the food is decent and they do let you make modifications and substitutions to your order which is always appreciated (extra bacon to your pizza order, anyone?).The pizza and pasta portions don’t look very big, but whatever they are doing really fills you up.

Booth and table options, as well as outside patio and interior restaurant seating. Either place you sit has kind of a fun, typical Downtown Culver City vibe. I haven’t tried it myself but I heard they have a great happy hour which goes until 7 pm, which is much more convenient than happy hours that end at 6 pm. 

moderator

Every time I come here, I have to get the burrata and pistachio pizza. There's a hefty helping of fennel in there as well, but the pistachio helps balance out the fennel's slightly bitter taste, and the result is a sweet and savory pie that disappears on our table in minutes. Also: the Brussels sprouts are bomb. I love coming here for happy hour when we can score discounted wine, but I'd come any time of day for a glass and some fantastic dough. (Then I'd probably head next door to Sambar for a great cocktail...)