Where to Eat in Marina del Rey – March Dining News
March 1, 2021
Where should you eat in Marina del Rey next? As springtime arrives in L.A.’s Marina, our waterfront restaurants introduce new seasonal menus. Warmer weather also means plenty of sunshine during weekend patio brunch. And our favorite part, of course, is watching sailboats go by while sipping ice-cold drinks (like one of these at locals favorite Tony P’s Dockside Grill). Another thing we’re excited about is dineLA Restaurant Week running now through March 14th. Check out the Marina del Rey restaurants below participating in dineLA.
Keep reading below to view the latest Marina del Rey restaurant news. Whether you order takeout or dine al fresco, local restaurants and their staff appreciate the support.
Springtime is the season of new beginnings. This month, try something new. Try something different. Make plans to eat in Marina del Rey so you can savor new dishes while enjoying harbor views. We’ll keep posting updates here so check back for more news!
NEW in March: Weekend Prix Fixe Executive Brunch menu
Choose from a delightful 5-course ($75 for two people) or 10-course brunch ($150 for four people) prepared by Executive Chef Victor Morales.
Our insider tip: If you're not quite ready for lunch, brunch items are also on the menu like their oh-so heavenly fried chicken & french toast.
Click button below to view the menu and make reservations.
Lucky for us, Brizo is offering a special menu on St. Patrick's Day featuring Slow Cooked Corned Beef Brisket,
Garlic Mashed Potato, Bacon Braised Red Cabbage & Whole Grain Mustard Cream. RSVP today by calling 424-443-5807.
Our insider tip: Brizo's rooftop features cozy firepit tables so ask to be seated at the Terrace Deck, especially for sunset and dinner time.
If you're looking for picturesque views of the water to go along with weekend brunch on the patio, then try SALT Restaurant and Bar's newest 10-course Executive Brunch: smoQue on the water. Served on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., the $85 per person menu created by Executive Chef Pete Coenen, will feature a component prepared on the in-house smoker. There's an 8-hour smoking process, house made Texas-style rubs and sauces, and a choice of either a mimosa flight or bloody mary flight...this not-so-L.A. brunch menu will keep you coming back for more.
Our insider tip: Make reservations in advance! Request the seats near the fire pits if you're wanting to up the cozy factor, too!
With indoor dining back in Los Angeles, Tony P's Tavern is now open just in time for St. Patty's Day. Try the special St. Patrick's Day menu featuring traditional Irish corned beef and cabbage, Ruben sandwich and split pea soup. Special green beer and drinks available, too!