September 12: Kayndaves (Culver City)

I’m admittedly unclear on how to spell the name of this week’s selection.
Kay’n Dave’s? Kay n’ Dave’s? Kayndaves?
I’ve seen it listed several ways. So mysterious!

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Still, despite a few asterisk and “sp.” laden texts, I was able to find this Culver City mainstay.

Fellow sports PR whiz Seth B. — current communications compa at Los Angeles’ newest football club — joined me in Downtown Culver.
(That’s futbol, buey.)

It had been some time since we caught up.
What better platform than tacos? AMIRITE?!?!

That said, Seth ordered a burrito and nachos.
Heck. I’m never one to judge. And on rare occasion, a rolled tortilla can be just as satisfying as a folded one.
What a time to be alive. 

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Our server seemed disappointed that we just missed happy hour.
Because, heroes come in all shapes and sizes. 

Not surprisingly, I already planned to splurge and order a few full-size tacos. I went with the chicken mole, carne asada and baja pescado (“fish”).

Don’t be upset.
But, I broke Rule No. 1 and threw a Tecate in the mix.
Rationale: It was a long day and I wanted to take advantage of the late-night menu discounts somewhere.

On the heels of a half-basket of chips and salsa, I wasn’t especially hungry.
But, I powered through.
I did it for you. Each and every single one of you.

While the mole was pretty tasty, I think a soft taco would have been more becoming. The carne asada and fish tacos were fine, but nothing to IG Story about. In fact, the overall experience was a little whelming.

I would definitely like to give this venue another shot. But, first…

Perhaps I’ll come back to sample their street tacos lineup once I’ve crowned my favorite elsewhere.

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