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the oil derricks, gamblers & bohemians have all been pushed aside in the name of progress, but venice abides. don't know when we'll be back, but we'll be back.
though it's hardly scenic, the market is a wonderfully laid-back spot to grab breakfast and coffee. sensible portions, served with leisurely-paced aloofness.
the OFFICE OF CHARLES AND RAY EAMES: located at the intersection of hampton drive and 901 abbot kinney boulevard (once known as washington blvd), this is where the eames office and design space stood for 45 years. breaks my heart that it's more or less gone. video: youtube.com/watch?v=Oe60mCCDP2E
Deli / Bodega
not a bodega but an excellent wine bar with outdoor seating. wish it were closer to the sea, but still charming. besides VBW, primotivo + the brig good plan Bs.
several groundworks in the area. my favorite is on rose, but here's my usual spot, while nearby, there's one at main st. SAMO. no seating, best as take-away.
sunset cocktails. it's a rooftop bar so there's a poseur element to it, but, in this case, views of mountains and the sea trump the clientele.