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The Tasting Kitchen

1633 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291, USA
| +1 310-392-6644
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The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States
The Tasting Kitchen Los Angeles California United States

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Sat, Sun 10:30am - 2:30pm
Sun - Sat 5:30pm - 12am

The Tasting Kitchen

As the name suggests, the best way to experience this Abbot Kinney stalwart is to order the three- or five-course family-style tasting menu—never written and unique for each table. While James Beard finalist chef Casey Lane’s innovative, Mediterranean-influenced food is ever changing, certain recurring favorites include tagliarini with shrimp and serrano and or roasted branzino (with always-changing toppings). A pair of olive trees and candlelight soften the glass-walled main dining room, while in the humming bar, hip-hop or house music plays while patrons order cocktails off the chalkboard menu (ask for the Braveheart, featuring whiskey, ginger, and honey, or a spicy tequila Crazy Horse). Weekend brunch is a locals’ affair that can’t be missed, especially for the decadent waffles (sweet or savory) with “fried clucks” (chicken). Pro tip: Ask for mezzanine table 64 for the best sunset view, or in the summer, request one of the two outdoor tables for a date night.