The Waterfront Gives Venice a Spot Where Everyone’s Comfortable

The food at this hyped new restaurant is surprisingly good for a casual beach front restaurant
Maureen Harrington • Los Angeles Magazine • September 28, 2022
Lately, it feels like we’re too often let down by a much-hyped restaurant killing the evening’s buzz. But then there are those rare meals that defy our expectations. The Waterfront on the Venice Boardwalk is one where everyone at the table agrees...
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