L.A.'s Best Waterfront Dining Spots
In Marina del Rey, waterfront dining comes with spectacular sunset views! From an elegant dinner to casual lunch by the water, year-round outdoor dining can’t be beat at these restaurants.
Cafe del Rey
Cafe del Rey boasts panoramic views featuring the most incredible sunsets. The iconic coastal restaurant, Cafe Del Rey recently unveiled a new menu and modern refreshed look alongside its stunning seaside views. Serving the seaside community for over 27 years, Cafe Del Rey’s ambient refresh maintains its same elegant yet laid back beach vibe with a new look and feel, alongside a brand new menu by Executive Chef Job Carder. 4451 Admiralty Way. 310-823-6395.View WebSite
Cast & Plow
Cast & Plow is the signature restaurant of The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey, where Executive Chef Eric Duchene gives his equal attention to what goes into each dish as to how it’s presented. Experience a long-standing tradition of dining that is both creative and comforting with the Small Bites menu offered 3 –5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.–midnight daily, with indoor and outdoor Marina-view seating. Relax and unwind with a sophisticated cocktail crafted from a selection of ultra-premium spirits tequilas and whiskeys, or a fine wine. 4375 Admiralty Way. 310-574-4333.View WebSite
This neighborhood favorite features seafood specialties and American classics with varied seating options, including a shaded waterfront deck and a lively sports tavern. Weekend brunch is a hit with Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys served with one of the best views of the harbor! 4445 Admiralty Way. 310-823-4534.View WebSite
Located at Fisherman’s Village, this waterfront restaurant features outdoor fireplaces, a koi pond, and incredible scenic views. Popular for its weekend brunch buffet. Grab a beverage of your choice and try to snag patio seats with outdoor fireplace to watch the California sunset. 13813 Fiji Way, 310-823-4522.View WebSite