This New Culver City Hot Spot Is Hoping to Be the Life of Every Party

Pasta! Polaroids! Margaritas! Tequila Shots with Sprinkles! Etta is making dinner out into a celebration
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • October 13, 2021
At Etta, the new restaurant in the Shay, a soon-to-open hotel, there’s a $65 menu item named “Porrón & a Polaroid.” It involves an entire bottle of wine (or the equivalent in margaritas) poured into a thin-spouted pitcher known as a porrón, plus a...
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