Where to Eat in Venice Beach

From its world famous boardwalk and beautiful beach to the shopper’s paradise of Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice offers a unique and vibrant mix of attractions. Its restaurants and bars are no less of a draw and here are some of Urbanologie's favorite hangouts in Venice.

Superba Food + Bread
From entrepreneur Paul Hibler (the force behind Pitfire Pizza and Superba Snack Bar) comes a well-designed, airy cafe where the food and drinks are equal to the stylish interiors.

The Butcher's Daughter
The Butchers Daughter is a health-conscious café, juice bar, and 'vegetable slaughter house' in Nolita, offering farm-to-table vegetarian and vegan fare, that will satisfy even the most stubborn meat lover.

Rose Café
Rose Café may have been a local institution for more than three decades but it has been given a new lease of life by celebrated LA restaurateur Bill Chait and chef Jason Neroni.

Plant Food and Wine
Plant Food and Wine is an innovative vegan restaurant in Venice Beach and the flagship from celebrity chef Matthew Kenney, a raw food guru and James Beard Award nominee.

Chef Evan Funke’s highly anticipated new restaurant in Venice serves elevated Italian cuisine.

Travis Lett, the James Beard-nominated chef behind Venice institution Gjelina, has branched out to open a Japanese izakaya, just a stone’s throw also on Abbot Kinney Boulevard.

Botanas y mezcales, or “Mexican drinking food” is the focus of this new Westside spot where Tulum beach shack meets Venice Beach.

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A night out in Venice