Bar/restaurant. Cool hang, can be a scene. Good food and drink, a little pricey.Read on →
Dependable and delish… Breakfast on the back porch and be nice, like the name instructs.Read on →
Boardwalk pizza.Read on →
Boardwalk go-food: pizza, fries, empanadas. For a buck, you can get a hot dog dippen in BBQ sauce with grilled onions and peppers. Or maybe try the Haagen-Dazs milkshake.
Mid-morning to sunset
Beer joint. Nice and rowdy when there’s something going on that brings people out.Read on →
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
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 →
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.
3016 Washington Blvd Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone: (310) 301-7278 C & O Cucina Map Less crowded sibling of C & O Trattoria.Read on →
One of the busiest restaurants in L.A. Pasta by the shovelful, garlic knots till you burst, endless wine for your thirst. All this, and it’s painted like a movie set. Or a theme park.Read on →