In Marina Del Rey, a land of massive, strange restaurants, The Warehouse is easily the strangest. But with an aggressive 1980′s nautical vibe and some of the best people-watching in the area, we’ll happily take part in the festivities. They do a bottomless-ish brunch buffet on Sundays (you get two mimosas), which is about the most Marina Del Rey thing we can think of.
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C&O Trattoria is the beachy Italian neighborhood spot of you (and your parents’) dreams.
The Cheesecake Factory
If you’re going to eat at The Cheesecake Factory in LA, you might as well eat at the phone with its own beach on a lagoon in Marina Del Rey.
Locanda Positano is a tiny Italian spot in Marina del Rey serving pasta so good you’ll forget you’re eating next to a car wash.
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Off Vine in Hollywood is an American restaurant in a restored craftsman, with decent food and an even better atmosphere.
One of the few places to go out in Idyllwild, Idyllwild Brewpub has great beers and live music on weekends.
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Playa Provisions is a four-concepts-in-one eating emporium, and the kind of all-day dining option this neighborhood needed.
SUGARFISH | Marina del Rey
Expect the usual at Sugarfish in Marina del Rey - the best affordable sushi in Los Angeles.
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