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Lunch spot in Venice tomorrow?

I'm so over Gjelina, Axe, etc (that half of AK really). Lemonade and the pizza spot are great but I want to sit down and little bit more upscale atmosphere.

Are there any hidden gems or new things of interest going on in Venice? Tomorrow is supposed to be beautiful...I'd love a great lunch to start it off!

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Gjelina
1429 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CA 90291, USA

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  1. I assume you've been to French Marketplace? Sauce On Hampton maybe? There's really not many places ...

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    Sauce On Hampton
    259 Hampton Dr, Venice, CA 90291

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    1. Oh shoot, I was gonna say smthg like Rose Cafe, but you said upscale. Is Joe's filed under that half of AK you're tired with?
      Mm have you tried Ado? There's nothing really amazing per se, but maybe James Beach?

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      James Beach
      60 N Venice Blvd, Venice, CA 90291

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      1. re: burumun

        I just ready ADO was damaged by a fire on May 18th! WOW So sad!!! Joe's is great but always go there too haha...I may do Rose Cafe, haven't been there for a while it is pretty cute and relaxed and I'm feeling chill today :)

      2. Not been but there is the recently opened Hash in the Hotel Erwin on Pacific and South Venice. Have you been to Cache yet?

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        Cache
        3110 Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90291

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        1. re: New Trial

          Have not. I was considering that but was under the impression the restaurant was on the rooftop too but its really small in the lobby :/

          Have not been to Cache...their brunch looks very yummy. THANK YOU!

        2. I would do 26 Beach Restaurant. Make a reservation and grab a cap and some french toast. I like the new coconut french toast with pineapple and blue berries.

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          26 Beach
          3100 Washington Blvd., Venice, CA 90292

          1. If you've already frequented Joe's and Axe, I'm guessing you've already done Lily's as well. Their food is pretty good French bistro fare, but their patio is really nice for a weekend lunch.