Venice Fishing Pier
Stroll the pier before walking north on the boardwalk to get to the heart of Venice Beach. Lots to see, lots of fun.
A view of our coast - depending on the clarity of the day, you can see Catalina Island. I like going in the morning as there is not that many people and have breakfast at Mercedes; if you walk a bit North, you get to the famous Venice Beach Boardwalk
The 1,300-foot Venice Pier, built in 1963, was falling to pieces by the 1980s. It was closed and scheduled for demolition in 1986. Venice residents rallied to the cause, and after years of perseverance the pier was restored and reopened in 1997. The restored pier is fully accessible, with special…
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“The Terrace is right on the Boardwalk for great Sunset Dinning. The Terrace also has a lively bar. ”
“The locals favorite... strong coffee, amazing food and great people watching!”
“A local institution known for its hospitality, The Venice Whaler has been welcoming locals and visitors since 1944. Whether you need an escape from reality or just crave an impromptu celebration, The Venice Whaler is an infamous purveyor of magical sunsets, killer margaritas and world-famous fish tacos. More bar-y. A fabulous upstairs bar and seating area great for watching the sunsets.”