56 "Venice" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
For outstanding pasta on the Westside, look no further than Felix on Abbot Kinney in Venice.
We all know the food at Gjusta in Venice is great. The real question is, is it worth the trouble? We say yes.
Gjelina in Venice is one of LA’s most iconic restaurants, but it also doesn’t feel nearly as special as it did when it opened.
Despite its raucous bar scene, Scopa Italian Roots is serving up authentic Italian food that pays serious homage to its Italian heritage.
All-day Venice spot Superba Food + Bread proves that sometimes sequels are better than the original.
Salt Air on Abbot Kinney has really come into its own in recent years, as a reliable seafood spot for Venice locals.
Mexican restaurant La Cabaña is a Venice landmark with huge burritos and a killer back patio.
Real deal Italian pizza at the quiet end of Abbot Kinney - complete with real deal charming Italians.
Hinano Cafe is a Venice icon and the kind of place you go into for one drink and walk out plastered and maybe with a lower-back henna tattoo.
Both neighborhood hangout and special occasion spot, Charcoal is sometimes a bit confusing, but not when it comes to their very tasty food.
C&O Trattoria is the beachy Italian neighborhood spot of you (and your parents) dreams.
The Tasting Kitchen might forever reside in Gjelina’s shadow, but that doesn’t mean we won’t give it some well-earned time in the sun.
Mtn on Abbot Kinney in Venice is the casual but pricey Japanese izakaya from the people behind Gjelina and Gjusta.