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Mao's Kitchen

1512 Pacific Ave., Venice, CA 90291
3.5
5 reviews

Nice spot for Chinese food. I tried the weiwure lamb dish, which is thinly sliced lamb and jicama along with a collection of cashews. It was good but I was not wowed by Mao's Kitchen.

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  • 41
    0.42 mi

    Colcha

    0.42 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    2 reviews

    This shop is fun just to browse. They also have some small, intimate events, for example an art showing with wine. The furniture is cool and most of it handcrafted. Kinda pricey, but fun.

  • 42
    0.31 mi

    Aviator Nation

    0.31 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    2.5
    2 reviews

    Ordered over $1500 worth of clothes from them...they screwed up our order. We sent items back that were double ordered they said they never received it. They had no recollection of the items being restocked in their inventory. Admittingly, we had not saved the tracking number because once we saw it was received by Aviator Nation we figured we were ...

  • 43
    0.32 mi

    The Roosterfish

    0.32 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    Good drinks nice staff- just a short walk away from the iconic Venice board walk

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  • 44
    0.38 mi

    Alternative Apparel

    0.38 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    I love how the shops in the area have been converted from old cottages and houses. It gives you a feeling of shopping in a friend's closet! : ) This place has some cool stuff and a fairly large inventory. The prices are 7-8 on a scale of 1-10. The salespeople are helpful and friendly. I like the decor.

  • 45
    0.28 mi

    jack spade

    0.28 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    Fun, summer and spring fashions, mostly for men. They do have some creative style bags and other travel bits and bobs. Worth stopping in for a browse. The prices are 8 on a scale of 1-10. Nice people.

  • 46
    0.31 mi

    koko

    0.31 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    The clothing and shoes in this shop are just as upscale and expensive as some of the other shops along Abbot Kinney, but the feeling of the shop is totally different. I guess it's the wood and the comfy chairs when you try on shoes in the back that give this place a warmer and cozy feeling. The people are ...

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  • 47
    0.51 mi

    Strong Hold Garment Co the

    0.51 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    I like the idea of this place, although I've never had occasion to purchase anything. Basically this is where you go if you have a lot of money to drop on jeans and want some specially designed for you. One of a kind, artistic and personal detail. I love the fact that you can get this done, just not sure ...

  • 48
    0.42 mi

    Firefly

    0.42 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    Great shop for finding gifts! From cards, book and trinkets, you'll be able to spend quite a while in here, browsing for that unique something you need for your sister's birthday or your anniversary. The light space and plethora of color brighten your shopping experience.

  • 49
    0.44 mi

    A Kinney Court

    0.44 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    This is a swanky place to find glasses, very trendy names and brands. Prices are a bit on the upside but they've got great fashions. Friendly staff. The shops all along this area are fun to browse. Here is a link to this shop: www.akinneycourt.com

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  • 50
    0.28 mi

    Heist

    0.28 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    More to choose from in a slightly larger inventory than most of the smaller boutiques around here. Still, fairly pricey. The lofty ceilings and brick make you think of an upscale and higher priced "urban outfitters." Worth having a look.

  • 51
    0.38 mi

    Kamofie & Co

    0.38 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    All that glitters... can be found here. And, these are original designs, very unique and cool. (also very expensive) I love just browsing and imagining myself getting tarted up with these bangles for a red carpet event. Lots of fun.

  • 52
    0.7 mi

    enda king

    0.7 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    This is your place if you're a guy looking for that vintage style, cool cat hat, or funky t-shirt and plaid shirt. Funky atmosphere, friendly salespeople, reasonable prices on some items. Just fun to look around and try on hats. : )

  • 53
    0.54 mi

    Ecookie

    0.54 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    This is trendy and expensive- just like most of the shops around it, but if you like unusual styles and funky jewelry, you should check it out. There's a vintage 50's and 60's feel to a lot of the styles. I especially liked the jewelry.

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  • 54
    0.35 mi

    Principessa Shoes

    0.35 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    Actually they have a lot more than shoes here. There's a comfy couch for your boyfriend to wait while you try on the chic wraps and blouses, and dresses. The jeans are designer and a bit over priced in my book and I wasn't mad about the hats. They have some nice and unique shoes though.

  • 55
    0.5 mi

    Undrest By The Sea

    0.5 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    This is a fun place to browse for a trendy bathing suit that you won't have to worry the next person is wearing on the beach! The prices are a bit high, but the designs are fun and unique. The feeling of the space of the shop is light and beachy.

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  • 56
    0.7 mi

    wakaru

    0.7 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    SHOES!! Funky, Fun and (expensive) brand name shoes and designer shoes-- (lace up comfy shoes guys!) that you can wear with your designer jeans. They've got clothes here also, but the main attraction is the shoes. They've got Japanese brands and styles you cannot find elsewhere.

  • 57
    0.7 mi

    nightcap clothes

    0.7 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    Small inventory, but very cool pieces ranging from intimate wear, casual wear and "sexy going out wear." Prices 7-8 on a scale of 1-10. They've got friendly salespeople. More of a girl shop than a guy shop. If you're looking for something unique to wear for your anniversary, try here.

  • 58
    0.4 mi

    Minnie T's

    0.4 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    According to the gals that work here, shoppers for celebrities come here for the unique and natural fiber fashions. I saw some stuff I liked, and some I hated. Good mix I guess. Prices 8-9 on a scale of 1-10. Think Melrose boutique shop, upscale and swankier.

  • 59
    0.55 mi

    kolu clothing

    0.55 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    This place is pretty much like most of the other upscale, designer boutiques on Abbot Kinney, but they've got a bigger inventory, so you're more likely to find something you like. And, more likely to find something on sale. The prices are 7-8 on a scale of 1-10. I think they've got a bigger range of styles and colors with ...

  • 60
    0.42 mi

    gossamer

    0.42 mi from Mao's Kitchen
    3
    1 review

    This place is fun and funky -- and a bit more reasonably priced than some of the other designer boutiques around this area. It's mother/daughter owned and operated, so there is a bit more of a personal touch with the designs selected. They have some cool skirts.

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