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The recently reopened and fully transformed new Venice Whaler features craft cocktails, upscale dive bar food, and a fun, nautically inspired atmosphere.
Housed in a historic landmark building, the Moorish-influenced Palihouse Santa Monica mixes a rustic, outdoorsy aesthetic with more elegant, whimsical details.
Introducing Terrazza, a gorgeous beachside lounge and Mediterranean-influenced restaurant that recently opened at Hotel Casa del Mar.
A brand new boundary-pushing dining concept famed Miami restaurateur Barton G. Weiss that purposefully combines ostentatiousness with imagination.
Head to Tunnel Bar, a 70s throwback of a cocktail lounge that opened earlier this summer in Downtown Sherman Oaks.
Summer is never over at Beach Nation, a sand-covered outdoor cafe right in the middle of West Hollywood.
Vintage-style portable speakers that will look right at home on your beach blanket.
Improve your board game (or, if you’d prefer, darts or billiards) acumen with some liquid courage from one of nearly 50 Irish whiskeys or more than 10 beers on tap at Casey’s Irish Pub.
Downtown’s newly opened gallery-themed video arcade where you can celebrate your inner nerd over draft beer, craft cocktails and pinball.
A long-awaited Culver City bar that serves up Scandinavian-Turkish bar snacks alongside a well-rounded beer and wine list.
This barbecue joint from the guys behind Umami Burger and NYC’s Hill Country and Fatty ‘Cue dishes up low-key, high-flavor plates of smoked meat and globally influenced BBQ, plus an impressive beer list and creative cocktails.
Gear up for an epic summer with these must-have essentials, brought to you by CBS Local’s Eat. See. Play.