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veggie/carni harmony SM/Venice?

I know- I hate when posts that seem completely researchable are put up. But I swear I've looked, and I still need you Westside peeps' help.

Going to dinner with another couple this Friday night. They're both fish eating veggies. We're decidedly not.

Wines can be in the twenties, but entree prices shouldn't be.

Hep me! Hep me!

For the record, my first thought was 12 Washington, but....eh....

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  1. bumping it back to the current board

    1. Random, off the top of my head suggestion, cuz' no one else has suggested anything:

      Border Grill?

      1. Wharo Korean BBQ, Venice

        4029 Lincoln Blvd
        Los Angeles, CA 90292
        (310) 578-7114

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        1. re: puff

          what vegetarian dishes are served at wharo?

        2. Check out the menu here:

          http://losangeles.menupages.com/resta...

          I would suggest the 'cook your own' vegetables. They also have assorted rices and korean vegetable selections.

          1. this is better:

            http://www.wharo.com

            They also have a lot of fish dishes.

            1. 26 Beach has a huge menu -- salads, sandwiches, other stuff -- and all of it is pretty good. They can have a salad, you can have a burger. Sounds like harmony to me.

              Gabi's in Culver City works pretty well, too. It's Lebanese, so they can load up on hummus, falafel, etc. You can get chicken, beef, lamb, etc.

              Indian food is always a fine option in situations like this. Annapurna in Culver City, Bombay Cafe on Pico/Bundy is excellent, and there are other Indian places in Santa Monica.

              1. The veggies actually picked Wilson's in Culver City, which is 2 blocks from my office so no complaining here!

                Couldn't find a good write up on CH, so I promise one this weekend :)

                1. How about Lilly's?
                  http://www.lillysfrenchcafe.com/

                  1. Please don't go to 12 Washington. That was hands down one of the worst meals I have ever had. Primitivo has a great selection of small plates that pescetarians and omnis can happily share.