Rose Cafe Restaurant
n iconic restaurant in the heart of Venice, Rose Cafe has been serving locals and travelers since 1979. Almost 37 years later, Chef Jason Neroni (formerly of Superba) has stayed true to the culinary roots the community knows and loves while introducing his own seasonal, globally-influenced cuisine with a focus on local Southern California fare. The cafe’s famous bakery celebrates American classics as well as re-conceptualized Rose Cafe classics like Brentwood Sweet Corn Tortellini and Whole-Roasted Branzino. The sprawling space, designed by Venice’s Studio UNLTD, showcases local Venice artists like Craig Stecyk and includes indoor and outdoor dining complete with a beer garden, a full market and bakery, Verve Coffee bar and a 40-foot cocktail bar.
Lofty, boho-chic all-day eatery with two patios, a bar & a bakery, serving rustic Californian menus. Jason Neroni’s remake of the iconic 1979 Rose Café that opened up in the once artistic community is still a staple in the neighborhood. From your morning soy milke chai latte to evening tagliatelle with Santa Barbara uni, this restaurant megaplex has it all.
Address: 220 Rose Ave, Venice, CA 90291
Phone: (310) 399-0711