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The only place in Venice to get authentic Australian barbeque as far as I know. Casual, picnic table atmosphere. Order at the counter then sit down and go crazy. They even have veggie burgers, though that’s not what this place is all about.
Monday – Thursday: 11:30 am to 10:00 pm
Friday & Saturday: 11:30 am to 11:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 Noon to 10:00 pm
Local Boys and Girls Club. Beautiful facility, active staff, lots of programs.Read on →
Come on all you used clothing fanatics, hook up the boys and girls of Venice.Read on →
The full Dogtown Ink endorsement for this place. Or actually, for their pizza. Deliveries take a while, but patience is rewarded. I like the one with artichoke hearts and black olives—whole black olives.Read on →
In the wake of reports that over 20 percent of scientists use brain-boosting drugs, the Intl. Science Committee (ISC) announced today that results of any and all science performed with the aid of such drugs would be thrown out: “All breakthroughs, discoveries and cures achieved by cheating are hereby nullified…even if they do cure cancer,” said ISC spokesperson, Dr. Lucius Taint. “Our regrets to those with cancer; best get your affairs in order.”Read on →
Arty little local breakfast and lunch spot. Great food, low-key environment. Sit inside with regularly changing art or outside on the porch. Brick House also does catering really good home cooking.
Abbot Kinney women’s, men’s and children’s clothing boutique. Fine, unique apparel. I’m partial to the star jasmine out front. Mmmmm…Read on →
1982 by Ted Tanaka (the man behind the LAX glow towers).
Nicer than Miami Vice. Loft-like yet cozy interior. Everyone I know wants this house.
Remodel 1990 by Frank Israel
Charles and Ray Eames’ old design studio on Brooks and Abbot Kinney was remodeled by Frank Israel (1945-1995), one of Los Angeles most important late-twentieth century architects.
One of several narrow cottages on Cabrillo.