68 "Venice" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
The Penmar in Venice is a great place to eat, drink, and relax on a golf course.
Birdeye is a Venice-based bird pop-up (try saying that ten times fast) operating out of Dudley Market.
Ospi in Venice is a fantastic Southern Italian restaurant with handmade pastas, pizzas, and fett’unta you’ll have to see (and eat) to believe.
Burger King David Myers is back, with a fantastic new spot on Abbot Kinney in Venice.
De La Nonna is a weekly pop-up at Dudley Market in Venice serving fantastic pizzas that you probably also call focaccia.
American Beauty is a new steakhouse in Venice, and pretty much exactly what you’d expect from a Venice steakhouse - in the best possible way.
The Win-Dow at American Beauty is a takeout window in Venice serving quick, filling, and cheap burgers and sandwiches.
Dudley Market is a low-key neighborhood seafood restaurant that’s just what Venice needed.
Double Zero is a plant-based pizza spot in Venice that’s way better than you’d think a plant-based pizza spot would be.
Gran Blanco is a new bar next to the Venice Boardwalk with good food, great drinks, and a surprisingly chill crowd.
The Little Friend brings the best of Silver Lake’s The Friend bar to Venice, including a giant disco ball and an always-packed dance floor.
“Relaxed” and “Right off the Venice Boardwalk” aren’t words you hear together every day, but somehow Venice Ale House pulls it off.
The Otheroom a laid back beer and wine bar in the tourist trap that is Abbot Kinney.
The Waterfront is the American bar/cafe on the Venice boardwalk that's filled with tech bros and has surprisingly decent drinks.