66 "Venice" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
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.
Valle is an Oaxacan spot in Venice turning out no-BS tacos lamb barbacoa tacos that are among the best in LA.
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.
Teddy’s Red Tacos in Venice is the third outlet of the fantastic red beef birria tacos mini-chain.
Scopa serves very solid Italian-American food, but this Venice spot is more about having a fun night out.