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26 Beach Cafe

$$$$

3100 Washington Blvd, Marina del Rey
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26 Beach isn’t concerned with healthy things like scrambled egg whites and acai bowls. What it is concerned with is French toast (there’s a 20-item long menu of them) and something called a pasta scramble (which is, indeed, scrambled eggs and pasta). While we can’t say we’ve tried the pasta scramble, we can tell you that the French toast is an excellent way to eat your hangover away. There can be a wait on weekends, and the crowd is definitely here for a good time, but sometimes that’s just what you need.

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