18 "Marina Del Rey" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
MidiCi Pizza in Marina del Rey is a fast-casual spot making Neapolitan pies in a wood-fired oven.
Irori Sushi is one of Marina del Rey’s best-kept secrets - with one of the best omakase deals around.
J. Nichols Kitchen in Marina del Rey is the kind of good-at-everything spot every neighborhood needs.
Locanda Positano is a tiny Italian spot in Marina del Rey serving pasta so good you’ll forget you’re eating next to a car wash.
Paco’s Tacos in Del Rey is a neighborhood staple that serves very classic Mexican in very huge portions.
Firestone Walker - The Propagator is a large complex in Marina del Rey for all things craft beer and sports watching.
Stark’s in Marina del Rey is serving American fare in a space so big, it can be seen from space.
Marina Del Rey has a lot of strange restaurants. The Warehouse, with its kitschy nautical vibe and rowdy crowd, is the strangest.
Cafe Del Rey is an American restaurant in Marina Del Rey that can feel pretty corporate, but has great views.
Coni’seafood in Marina Del Rey is the second location of one of our favorite seafood restaurants.
There's a 20-item long French toast section at 26 Beach in Marina del Rey, which is all you really need to know.
Excellent craft beer, solid bar food, and sports on TV - Firestone Walker in Venice gives the people what they want.
If you’re going to eat at The Cheesecake Factory in LA, you might as well eat at the phone with its own beach on a lagoon in Marina Del Rey.
Sunny Spot is only a mediocre Venice brunch spot, but it’s a great spot for day drinking.
Taj India Palace is a very solid, neighborhood Indian restaurant with an enormous delivery radius.