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The Canal Club is a good solid place at the beach. A sushi bar, dimly lit booths, good martinis and reasonable pricing. I like it for a date which allows some nice time to focus on one person. If I want more action I sit...More
Average, but sub par compared to everywhere else we have eaten lately. There was some confusion in getting answers about gluten free options, and got what felt like an attitude when asking questions that affected safety. Probably will not return.
Three of my video production crew and I were finishing up a shoot and decided to drop in for a quick dinner at the Canal Club. For $20, we were given a great atmosphere, incredible food, and some unforgettable memories. The burger and fries, along...More
We went for happy hour and ended up staying for dinner. There is a good choice of interesting beers and cocktails on the happy hour menu and the meat platter that we had for dinner was really good. Loved the guacamole too as for once...More
Uber driver dropped us off on the Speedway, which made me think this place was the grubbiest venue ever - thankfully after finding the front door I realised it is a great casual dining venue. Top quality sushi.
Right opposite James's beach - can be difficult to decide which to go to... This has a noisier (and more fun) bar scene and is often packed out at the weekend. Great vibe, sushi oriented but other options. One of the better Venice restaurants.
Its a block or so away from Venice Beach, so ask a local if you cant find it. Its worth the visist, especially at Happy Hour from 4pm. Excellent food and drinks. Make sure you get the Mohito, or Margarita. And the food is fresh,...More
Venice has always danced to its own beat as the epicenter of bohemian culture in Los Angeles. Along the boardwalk there are street performers and local craftsmen selling their wares. Original paintings, souvenirs, and jewelry are on display. Crowds of visitors marvel at the sites while weightlifting enthusiasts pump iron in plain view, and skateboarders do their tricks around the skate park. All of it
happens under the warm California sun with sprawling views of sand and sea. Heading east, the main drags of Abbot Kinney Boulevard and Main Street are lined with boutique shops, some major retail stores, art galleries and restaurants. Here the ambiance is more relaxed and upscale than the frenetic boardwalk area. Venice is a mostly walkable (and certainly bikeable) neighborhood, full of areas to explore.