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Argentinian Empanadas

Little meat pockets from little food counters. I don’t eat little meat pockets, but the people I know who do love empanadas.

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Arnoldi Triplex (Frank Gehry)

Arnoldi Triplex (Frank Gehry)

1980 by Frank Gehry

Venice, California

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Arts and Craftsman

Arts and Craftsman

Circa 1912

Distinguished by the irregular clinker brick construction.

Oakwood
Venice, California

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Asakuma

Asakuma Sushi Delivery

The name says it all — sushi delivery — though there are tables and chairs to eat at the Abbot Kinney location if you like. Serving Venice, Marina Del Rey, Mar Vista, Santa Monica, Culver City. Go sushi.

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Asiany Cottage

Asiany Cottage

Circa 19TK

Another Cabrillo Ave cottage, this time with distinct Asian-influenced craftsman styling.

Cabrillo Ave
Venice, California

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Auto industry’s surprise job boom: gas syphoning, catalytic converter boosting top list

VENICE, CA — Despite plummeting sales, plant closings and massive lay-offs, analysts say the automotive industry is actually experiencing strong job growth, fueled by a thriving smash-and-grab sector and industrious gas re-salers.

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axe

Axe

One of my favorite restaurants in Venice. Delicious and healthy comfort food from all corners of the globe, sort of. The name is pronounced “ah-shay.” The Fred Siegel-clad clientele may not know where to shop for clothes, but they clearly know where to go to eat. Austere vibe, great food that’s not cheap, terminally casual crowd.

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baby blues bar-b-que

Baby Blues Bar-B-Que

Several of my friends bathe in the sauce from this place. IT’S THE BOMB. The best barbeque in these parts. The new Venice fave of everyone I know who’s been there. They cater, too. And the sides…the mac and cheese…the nilla wafer banana pudding…

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baja cantina

Baja Cantina

Upscale TGIF. Is there such a thing?

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ballerina clown

Ballerina Clown

One person’s nightmare is another person’s dark night of the soul. And then there’s Jonathan Borofsky’s Ballerina Clown, which is…well…both.

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