Candle Cafe & Grill on 012 2008

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Colorful does not begin to describe the crowd of campers who congregate nearby.

On The Waterfront Cafe on 012 2008

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Boardwalk sunset, Erdingers and fries. While the occasional unsolicited musical performance can be troubling, most are benign.

The Brig on 012 2008

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The place had more character before the remake a few years back.

Jame’s Beach on 012 2008

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Cadillac margarita, chocolate souffle, civilized dining, meat-market weekend nights.

Canal Club on 012 2008

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I like the brie and grape quesadillas. And yellow tail carpaccio.

The Terrace Cafe on 012 2008

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On the border of Venice and Marina del Rey at Washington Blvd and the beach, the Terrace opens early and keeps serving ’til late (full dinners ’til 1am!). There’s a covered outdoor area that’s popular for dining at all times of the day or night. The cafe serves everything from Poached Salmon “Odessa Style” (the owner is Russian), to Maine Lobster to Omaha Steaks. And the drinks, well, they’re strong.
Hours:
Daily 8am – 2am (serving full dinner ’til 1am!)

Sidewalk Cafe on 011 2008

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his longtime boardwalk staple is colorfully situated with an outdoor patio right on Ocean Front Walk. Be prepared for a show — or lots of shows — while you eat. There’s a bar inside, but eating al fresco is the attraction of this place. The food is unremarkable but familiar. Be sure to go to Small World Books in the back corner of the restaurant, it’s a Venice jewel.
Open daily: 8am – 11pm
Happy hour: 4pm – 7pm weekdays

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