1987 by Frank Gehry
A mixed-use complex designed by architect Frank Gehry in the 1980’s to incorporate original structures on the site, including a former ice company warehouse. The retrofitted warehouse is now home to Edgemar Center for the Arts.
2415-2449 Main Street
Santa Monica, California
1991 by Frank Gehry
The binoculars, which one drives between to the parking garage, are by Claes Oldenburg. They house meeting rooms.
340 Main Street
I hate any place that makes you line up outside — as if that means something cool is going on inside. Some people like this place, the DJs, the scene. Others despise it. Your call.
Fantastic Thai cuisine on lovely Lincoln Blvd, hotbed of good, affordable west side Thai restaurants. Eat in, take out, either way you’ll be happy you did.
SEVEN LOCATIONS in all, serving Venice and adjacent communities for nearly 40 years. Dedicated to low-income and uninsured members of the West Side community. Call or consult www.venicefamilyclinic.org for the appropriate location.
And participate in the Art Auction & Art Walk. All proceeds go the clinic.
Sacred franchise is more like it, though it must be noted, this location has some of the most experienced and accomplished instructors in this city or any other: Eric Schiffman, Saul David Raye and Seane Corn, to name a few. The Main Street Venice studio offers a range of yoga classes in a range of yoga styles, as well as a goodly assortment of yoga clothes and accessories..
Average, everyday corner market with history: They claim to be the oldest biz in Santa Monica. From wine coolers to $700 bottles.
Cat and dog boutique featuring pet couture… Yes, we are all going to Hell. Actually, I take that back. Tails of Santa Monica is active in pet rescue. They are going to animal heaven.
A spurt in local building hasn’t prevented this bucolic block from continuing to sprout. Bounded by Main, Hollister, Neilson Way and Strand, the community garden is a crazy quilt of public plots where flowers and vegetables of all kinds are lovingly cultivated by local greenthumbs.
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Not sure what sacred interiors are, but Tara has all the yogi decor, Asianica and candles you’re ever likely to need.