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My husband and I stumbled upon this spot while shopping Abbot Kinney on a Sunday afternoon. I feel terrible I cannot remember his name, but the manager stopped in to check on us and we ended up delightfully chatting on and off for an hour....More
I was hesitate to go to Roosterfish on a busy Saturday (last night) but that is the absolute best time as a critic to write about the ambience of a late night establishment. First and foremost, the White female bartender I believe to be named...More
Really nice environ. Hip place to grab a drink. Nice, open and airy. Not too loud that you can't have a chat. Great space to stop for a drink while walking Abbot Kinney. No food. Bar tenders are laid back.
Rooster Fish is an icon on Abbott Kinney and many worried the renovation would turn it into another hipster hang out. And while it does have its fair share of macramé plant hangers, it's still an edgy gay bar at heart. Rooster Fish offers a...More
I've wanted to visit the RoosterFish for a while now, but never had the opportunity. I finally went last week, but I found out that they're closing it down in a month or so! I met this really nice guy who told me how he...More
This place is great anytime it is open, from a warm summer day to a bumping Weekend night. It is laid back, warm and welcoming and very intimate. Although there is some of the obnoxious who attitude at times, it is a great place to...More
This place is amazing. One of the oldest gay bars in the area, but catering to hetero locals alike. This is one of the two places where you can go during high season to meet locals. Sane prices, great people, an awesome backyard.
The atmosphere here is great and the staff are amazing! One bartender, Richard, went out of his way to help us, foreigners who were very lost, without expecting anything in return. In fact, he refused renumeration saying he was just being a human doing a...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.