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J & T European Gourmet

WHY Incredible Polish and Middle European charcuterie made on the premises. WHAT Polish-trained meat masters John Pikula and Ted Maslo turn out several types of hams, smoked and cured meats and a grand supply of garlicky kielbasa, wiejska, kabanos and other sausages. The freezer holds homemade dumplings and soups, and in the cold case you’ll [...]

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Copa D’Oro

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WHY For cocktails you won’t find at the corner bar—really good ones. WHAT Cocktail guru Vincenzo Marianella’s Promenade-adjacent lounge feels like a cozy Manhattan bar, thanks to its weathered brick walls, French-mod leather wingbacks, well-coiffed bartenders and big-city prices. If you want to spend $12 for a gin and tonic here, that’s your business, but [...]

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Daily Pint

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WHY At least two cask-conditioned ‘real’ ale firkins always on tap and what has to be the largest Scotch collection in California. WHAT This dark, tattered bar hardly looks like much—until you open the menu and discover hundreds of interesting beers and whiskeys. The cask ales, typically from San Diego breweries, vary weekly, and the [...]

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The Yard

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WHY Funky wine bar meets art gallery space, with a laid-back neighborhood pub vibe and a terrific happy-hour menu. WHAT The vibe is great, with rotating art on the walls, a lounge-type atmosphere and a friendly staff. We’re happy to report that the once-dismal beer list has improved, and we still like the classic cocktails [...]

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Noma Sushi

WHY High-quality sushi and regional specialties served in an intimate setting. WHAT Step inside this curbside sushi joint on a Friday night and you’ll be transported to a bustling Manhattan hot spot with its shotgun interior, cozy booths and frantically busy staff delivering quality sushi with a few unexpected surprises (think black pig sausage from [...]

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Santa Monica Certified Farmers’ Market: Arizona

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WHY Harry’s Berries, Lily’s Eggs, Weiser melons, Rutiz carrots, Coastal Farms tomatoes, Cirone apples and apricots, Redwood Hill cheeses, Tenerelli peaches, McGrath beets… you won’t believe your eyes or your taste buds. ; WHAT One of the best and largest in the country, the Wednesday-morning market is pounced upon by the city’s best chefs, as [...]

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Michael’s Table

WHY An advocate for sustainable living, are you? Then pull your chair up to Michael’s table and begin by sustaining yourself. WHAT Michael Sieverts has consulted with Alice Waters and worked at Moosewood Restaurant, known for its best-selling vegetarian cookbooks. For Sieverts, it’s all about inspiring people, especially those who live alone, to cook well [...]

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Vanilla Bake Shop

WHY The usual faddish cupcakes (red velvet, dark chocolate, vanilla bean) and beautiful whole cakes to order in advance—for true comfort, get the Mom’s Birthday Cake, a yellow cake with milk-chocolate frosting that will leapfrog you back to the ’50s. WHAT A small and stylish bake shop specializing in cupcakes to go (large or mini), [...]

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Café Boulangerie

WHY Classic white sourdough in the San Francisco style—as good an example of the type as you can find in L.A. WHAT The remaining vestige of what used to be a large and thriving bakery in Venice, Pioneer is now a smaller Montana bakeshop that still makes the best San Francisco—style sourdough bread in town. [...]

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Hungry Pocket

WHY The best falafel on the westside, and good gyros and schwarmas, too. If you like it fiery, ask for the fresh hot sauce. WHAT This no-frills little counter joint boasts low prices, friendly owners and light, crunchy, delicious falafel. Juices are hand-squeezed (try the apple), and the lamb schwarma is dreamy. WHO SMC students, [...]

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