In Marina Del Rey, a land of massive, strange restaurants, The Warehouse is easily the strangest. But with an aggressive 1980′s nautical vibe and some of the best people-watching in the area, we’ll happily take part in the festivities. They do a bottomless-ish brunch buffet on Sundays (you get two mimosas), which is about the most Marina Del Rey thing we can think of.
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