What to Eat Now in Venice Beach

Discover five globally inspired dishes in Venice Beach, from Peking duck pizza to squid taglierini

Peking duck pizza at Night + Market Sahm
Peking duck pizza at Night + Market Sahm | Photo by Joshua Lurie

Venice Beach is patterned after Venice, Italy, and both places have a system of canals. That said, you wouldn’t find nearly as many skaters, street art, or palm trees in the Italian city. Venice Beach has developed four different zones that all have their draws, including trendy Abbot Kinney, funky Oceanfront Walk, a section south of the canals by Marina del Rey, and an increasingly vital stretch of long-gritty Lincoln Boulevard. Discover five of Venice’s best dishes that cover different cuisines and span the key neighborhoods.

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1633 Abbot Kinney Blvd
90291 Venice , CA
Pricy
320 Sunset Avenue
90291 Venice , CA
425 Washington Blvd.
90292 Venice , CA
Expensive
1023 Abbot Kinney Blvd.
90291 Venice , CA
2533 Lincoln Blvd.
90291 Venice , CA
Moderate