1. Mud Hen Tavern742 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles
2. Ristorante Al Mare250 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica
3. Brickworks Roasthouse & Grill3212A N Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach
4. The Wallace3833 Main St, Culver City
5. Scopa Italian Roots2905 Washington Blvd, Los Angeles
6. Rare by Drai's8720 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
The Mud Hen Tavern is a neighborhood bar & restaurant that offers some great seasonal, gourmet pub food and has a great selection of both craft beers and unique cocktails.
Ristorante Al Mare offers three floors of dining experience for you to enjoy which include three al-fresco dining patios, two dining rooms and splendid views of beachfront properties and the beautiful Pacific Ocean.
Brickworks Roasthouse & Grill is the first-ever roast-house in Manhattan Beach. They have several tools at their disposal to deliver some of the tastiest food possible, like a cherry wood-burning smoker, mesquite wood-burning wheel grill, and an almond wood-burning stone-deck oven. Yeah, we just went there.
Every aspect of The Wallace is inspired by the Californian culture from the food to the decor. They are serving up locally-sourced food, using local, fresh and sustainable ingredients to create truly unique shared plates.
This Venice Beach Italian serves up a menu of inventive shareable plates that practically begs you to order one of everything. Start with some hot and cold antipasti before carbo-loading on pasta dishes like rabbit tagliatelle and vodka rigatoni. The space has a cool industrial aesthetic with exposed brick, giant mirrors, and warehouse ceilings.