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7.7

Hinano Cafe

$$$$(310) 822-3902
Hours:SUN
8AM-2AM

Hinano Café is the kind of dive bar we presume Venice used to be full of during the Jim Morrison era. Laidback and chill, this spot has been around since the 1960s and is where you go in for one drink that turns into several. There’s a daily 4-8pm happy hour, free popcorn, pool tables, sawdust on the floor (can’t imagine what that’s for), and an absolutely legendary burger. If you’re looking for a low-key spot to grab drinks after dodging tourists and close-up magic magicians on the boardwalk all day, Hinano is your spot.

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