3 addresses in Venice among the 22 best restaurants in Los Angeles
Venice, California – Felix Trattoria, Gjelina, and Venice’s Rose Venice have been named one of the 22 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles by OpenTable.
The lists are part of OpenTable’s The Greats, a series about restaurants across the country that define their cities.
Now that the city is slowly reopening, it’s time to pay tribute to those hardworking restaurants – new and old, from Silver Lake to Manhattan Beach – who have defined the city’s food scene, fed residents and made Los Angeles a destination. global for anyone who loves food, “Open Table said.” These are The Greats, 22 restaurants that you can’t imagine Los Angeles.
Open Table shared the best parts of Felix Trattoria:
“There’s no shortage of fresh pasta in Los Angeles these days, but no restaurant elevates it to an art form like Felix, where chef Evan Funke makes a kaleidoscope of shapes in a glass-walled pasta lab and at a controlled temperature. ” Funke’s steadfast pursuit of pasta perfection has earned it a cookbook deal on the subject, a spot on Eater’s list of Eater’s Best New Restaurants in 2017, and Felix a reputation as one of the must-see restaurants. from the city. Diners can travel from northern Italy to the country’s islands. via the restaurant menu, eating through geographically organized pasta such as linguini with lemon and asparagus, topped with a shower of pecorino. ”
Felix is open for outdoor dining. One must reserve. At the moment, it does not offer take out. It is located at 1023 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice.
Open Table explained why Gjelina is a top choice:
“Los Angeles’ penchant for all-day cafes and avocado toast has reached stereotypical level, but Gjelina is the mother of the genre – when the restaurant opened in 2008, there was nothing to do with it. another such in town. And to this day, the restaurant’s wooden communal tables, chic industrial stools, and sleek, effortless crowds invite anyone visiting to indulge in the California cool fantasy of the oven. offers creative pizzas alongside a variety of small vegetable-based platters, such as charred Romanesco cauliflower enriched with anchovies, capers, Fresno peppers and mint. “
Gjelina is currently open for alfresco dining on the back patio and on the rooftop terrace of the restaurant. Take out and delivery are available just steps away with Gjelina Takeaway. It is located at 1429 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice.
Open Table described why The Rose makes the list:
“It’s hard to envision Venice without thinking of The Rose, the sprawling food compound that has been an integral part of neighborhood life since it opened in 1979. The restaurant’s ability to reflect its home over the past decades is key to its longevity, and a reason people come back time and time again. Today, The Rose retains some of the quirkiness of old Venice in modernized excavations, serving residents and visitors around the clock, as avocado toast and a latte via the take-out counter and cafe bar, fresh bread at the bakery and sit-down dinners with main courses such as fire-roasted Hawaiian shrimp swimming in a sweet and sour crab glaze and Butter. “
Take-out service is available for breakfast and lunch at the take-out counter. The restaurant is also now open indoors and outdoors for lunch, brunch, dinner. Visit the website for delivery and more. It is located at 220 Rose Ave., Venice.
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