O'Briens Irish Pub
A classic tavern offering pub grub, draft brews and sports
The Misfit Restaurant + Bar
Creative comfort food and handcrafted cocktails
Santa Monica Farmer's Market
Open air gatherings showcasing and selling some of Southern California's most delicious seasonal produce and local vendors
This neighborhood park is home to two tennis courts, 3 reflecting ponds, a lawn bowling green and a multitude of picnic areas.
The Marvin Braude Bike Trail
22-mile long, paved trail that starts in Santa Monica, passes through Venice and finishes at Torrance County Beach
1960s retro themed bar, booths and a bumper pool table
The Daily Pint
Collegial bar known for single malts galore plus 30+ craft beers on tap
Santa Monica Brew Works
Local brewery with a "beach brewed" philosphy that embodies the spirit of Santa Monica
The Buffalo Club
Custom cocktail menu featuring pre-prohibition era cocktail creations made with fresh squeezed juices, house-infused syrups and fresh fruit infusions
Huckleberry Cafe & Bakery
Popular artisan bakery and cafe offers a delicious selection of sweet and savory treats!
R+D Kitchen offers sophisticated and fresh cuisine to its strong local following.
Rustic Canyon Wine Bar and Seasonal Kitchen
Upscale neighborhood restaurant with a wine selection that's second to none and a small farm to table that perfectly captures what California cooking is all about
Popular american gastropub serving the celebrated "Office Burger" and 36 craft beers on tap
Upscale restaurant known for seasonal New American cuisine, stylish decor & hip bar and patio.
Milo & Olive
All day outfit offers wood-fired pizza, New American Small plates and baked goods in a communal setting
Bread & Porridge
Local cafe for hearty breakfasts, plus lunchtime salads and sandwiches with an international fair
Local Kitchen & Wine Bar
Cozy neighborhood bistro for wood-fired pizzas, wine friendly small plates and classic cocktails
Thyme Cafe and Market
Modern, stylish eatery and shop full of gourmet entrees, soups, sandwiches and more!
Gourmet Food Truck Lot
Every Tuesday a diverse array of gourmet food trucks bring their delicious and affordable cuisine to Main Street, Sant Monica.
Sidecar Doughnuts & Coffee
Sweet shop for creative donuts, from sweet falvors to savory breakfast versions, plus coffee
Gilbert's El Indio Restaurant
South-of-the-Border favorites and full bar draw a neighborhood crowd to this informal old-timer
Santa Monica Place
A shopping and dining destination in the heart of our iconic beach city.
Bustling thoroughfare with a rich variety of restaurants and boutiques
The Getty Villa
An Educational Center and museum dedicdated to the study of art and cultures of ancient Greece and Rome.
Santa Monica History Museum
The Santa Monica Historical Society's collection aims to celebrate and preserves the cities rich cultural history
Camera Obscura Art Lab
A hive of local, creative activity featuring hands-on craft workshops, art and cultural programs.
The Broad Stage
499-seat theater at Santa Monica College featuring award winning drama, music, dance and family shows.
18th Street Arts Center
Nonprofit arts centre that encourages contemporary artists from around the globe to create work within a supportive environment and hosts public events, talks and exhibitions regularly.
Celebrity-studded watering hole & eatery for Southern classics such as fried chicken.
The Broad Stage
With just under 500 seats, this intimate theater offers everything from opera to jazz, in addition to family-friendly events. It also hosts National Geographic Live performances.
Stretching 10 blocks, this relaxed shopping district offers health-conscious restaurants and California-cool boutiques, as well as movies at the historic Aero Theatre.
Once a railroad station (hence the name), this building now houses some of the area’s most interesting and influential art galleries.
Third Street Promenade
Shop, dine, and enjoy fantastic entertainment in this upscale retail area, located in the heart of downtown Santa Monica. Whether you’re looking for a new outfit or an unusual memento of your visit, you’re sure to find it here – as well as wide range of excellent restaurants and cafes.
Santa Monica Playhouse
For over 50 years, this non-profit theater and educational center has thrilled visitors with unique performances, as well as a dedication to inspiring new artists and the community as a whole with creative cultural programs.
Santa Monica Pier
This historic landmark has been a symbol of Santa Monica for over 100 years. Step through the iconic entrance and explore the amusement park and the carousel, as well as a variety of restaurants and bars.
This lively street is filled with everything from day spas to furniture stores, and offers great outdoor dining options. It’s also home to a terrific farmer’s market on Sunday mornings.
Santa Monica State Beach
Situated along the Pacific Coast Highway, this beach draws swimmers, surfers, volleyball players, and those simply looking to soak up a little sun and enjoy the views. Grab a seat at one of the public chess tables and challenge someone to a match.
Museum of Flying
Fans of aviation will not want to miss this fascinating museum, which originally opened in 1974 but has been located in a new, multimillion-dollar building since 2012. Kids will love the interactive education center!
California Heritage Museum
The late 19th-century home of senator’s son Roy Jones is now the site of this museum, which celebrates California’s diverse history and culture. The permanent exhibit includes an exceptional collection of historical photos.
Spread out over 26 acres, this picturesque park showcases amazing views of the coast and a wide variety of trees, as well as picnic areas and boules courts.
Abbot Kinney Boulevard
This street has been referred to as the “Coolest Block in America”, and with good reason. Named after Abbot Kinney, the real estate developer responsible for creating the Venice Canal Historic District, the boulevard offers eclectic art and jewelry stores, studios, and restaurants.
Venice Beach Boardwalk
No trip to Los Angeles is complete with a stroll on this famous promenade, which features street performers, arts and crafts, and much more. Check out Muscle Beach while you’re in Venice as well.
Part of the Getty Museum campus, this breathtakingly beautiful hilltop building features a world-class art collection and unparalleled city views. Be sure to spend some time in the stunning Central Garden, too.
Museum of Tolerance
Part of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the interactive Museum of Tolerance’s mission is to help us identify, understand, and learn from prejudice; the Holocaust is of particular focus.
The Ambrose hotel in Santa Monica
1255 20th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404, USA