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Fisherman's Village is a replica of a New England seaport and fishing town. Stroll the harborfront to enjoy views of the Marina. Shop for souvenirs, rent a boat or bike, dine outside at waterfront restaurants and cafes. Harbor and dining cruises...more
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My husband and I were biking the Marvin Braude beach trail, going through Marina del Rey, and decided to stop at Fisherman's Village to get something to eat. Many good choices with tables in the sun, but best of all was the free concert by...More
Great place to enjoy free entertainment and dancing on the weekend. Each weekend you can enjoy music ranging from R&B, Jazz, country and even Reggae. Parking is cheap and it’s a great way to mingle and get in some exercise.
Whenever we stay in Marina del Rey, we enjoy dinner at Sapori in Fisherman’s Village. The restaurant is an excellent Italian restaurant where you can find wonderful dishes for everyone’s tastes.
The beautiful lights of cruise boats light up the night along the wharf and...More
loved this village, its looks very old fashioned, reminded me off something from jaws the movie with the different coloured houses as your leaving on a boat. Weather was nice on our trip so is worth a visit to just relax.
Love walking along the boardwalk by the boats and seeing the sea lions and storks fishing, eating and playing. Had a great lunch outdoors. We had to leave, but would have loved to have been able to stay for the band that was setting up....More
We stopped off here at Marina Del Rey Fisherman's village on the way to LAX to fly home at the end of our Route 66 adventure.
What a lovely place, an oasis in the big city, and the style of the buildings made you forget...More