Restaurants for Spiritual Seekers in Marina del Rey
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- 14 reviews
One of my favorite brunch spots in Venice! Their sushi burger is famous and one of the heartiest burgers you'll ever have. Also all of Their French toasts are to die for. I tried the orange croissant French toast and it was perfectly fried with just the right amount of sweetness!Popular withTrendstersLocalFoodies
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- 311 reviews
I've been a fan of Mendocino Farms since when they first opened at the Water Court in downtown LA. It's great to see that they are spreading all over town!! They make my favorite sandwiches. The drunken goat, vegan shawarma and their banh mi are my favorites. It's a great place for lunch!Popular withVegetarianFoodiesTrendsters
Excellent if you're beaching it as 1/2 a block from sand and pier. Really good, large plates, casual and great prices. Go during the day and sit in the outdoor garden (gets packed at night with a line down the block). The free flowing garlic rolls are divine...Popular withFoodiesNightlifeTrendsters
I'd never been here, and went for brunch last Saturday with three other lady friends. We were seated right away. I really liked the way that the roof consisted of mostly a huge skylight (couldn't tell if it was retractable) so that you felt as if you were in a pretty outdoor garden, and there were also heat lamps. It ...Popular withFoodiesVegetarian
Great eats, good beers and decent prices all a couple blocks from the Venice pier. Wall down to see the sunset and then head over for your reservation (required on weekends). Fish tacos and blackened burrito were great! Big portions.Popular withFoodiesNightlife
- 75 reviews
Well I cant complain about the food. If its bad its your own damn fault. That being said, It was good, because I made it good. However, the service here was pretty piss poor. With a take out order they forgot to give me the right food, we had to come back. Even then they took forever. Good chain, not ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersWellness
Fantastic food, smooth & professional wait-staff, & a location by the water, combine to make this a very pleasant dining experience. It was our first time & we will be back. You have a choice of inside or outside seating, but be prepared to wait as there was a line to sit. Also, be aware, the parking is a mandatory ...
Found this gem on a Friday night when they had live jazz music. The location is open to the street with a sparse interior that provide a lot of open space. The menu is a mix of French and Vietnamese food ranging from a decent French onion soup to some taste banh mi sandwiches. They have a great selection of ...Popular withFoodiesNightlife
- 144 reviews
**GOOD SHRIMP BUT YUCKY MOJITO** We stopped by on a Sunday afternoon after a glorious day of boating. We parked at the dock, so parking was not an issue. Ordered the ORIGINAL served with French bread ($15.95). Simmered in 10 hours for the spicy flavor sauce. Loved the French bread dipping into the broth. Served PIPING HOT and fast. It's ...Popular withTrendstersLuxuryLocal
- 153 reviews
I liked the set menu. It was really easy to make decisions. The food, however, was not as I expected. Their reputation precedes them and I had imagined the sushi to be the best I've ever had. To my surprise, their rice was waaaaaaay too fluffy. The servers said that their rice is looser than usual. Looser is fine, but ...Popular withTrendstersFoodiesBusiness
- 174 reviews
This is a great Italian restaurant. They start you off with a plate of delicious fresh garlic rolls and continue to top it off throughout your meal. The pastas are all good, but my favorite is the shrimp ravioli in lobster sauce. You can get an individual size or a gargantuan size of most every pasta dish. The gargantuan size ...
- 183 reviews
Killer cafe has some mighty killer shrimp! I got the breakfast shrimp burrito and home fries, which was quite tasty. I also recommend the shrimp omelette. The best part is that this cafe is literally right on the water in Marina del Rey. Great food with a stunning view - perfection!Popular withFoodiesTrendstersBusiness
- 193 reviews
The restaurant looks cool, but the food did not live up to Roy Choi's name! I ordered the pork belly, which came out horribly dry and had a funky aftertaste. I was with a large group of 10 people and was able to try a lot of other dishes, too. Their mofongo and two fisted cheeseburger were the best of ...