The Butcher’s Daughter

Visit The Butcher’s Daughter in Venice for gourmet comfort food as well as local delights, in a chic but casual space.

The Butcher’s Daughter in Venice comes from the same restaurateur that brought The Butcher’s Daughter to New York City, in the Nolita neighborhood. This restaurant sells comfort-driven meals with a gourmet touch like smashed avocado toasts and loaded sandwiches. And, it offers light fare, such as market-sourced salads. All healthy, sustainable, and delicious options – meals at The Butcher’s Daughter are perfect for those spending the day at the beach or just looking for amazing food (or a fresh-squeezed juice) in Los Angeles.

Pizzas, Pastries, Wines, and More at The Butcher’s Daughter

At The Butcher’s Daughter, you’ll find surfers, fashion-forward city dwellers, tourists, and many kinds of hungry folk enjoying a scrumptious meal in a laid-back, but chic atmosphere. The food at The Butcher’s Daughter is creative and the restaurant’s setting is ideal. It sits on Abbot Kinney Boulevard, in a roomy 3,200-square-foot space that has a dining area for 100 people with a communal table as the focal point. It’s easy to order take-out from The Butcher’s Daughter, from a walk-up window that many dog walkers use to get their lunches and dinners, but it’s also a great time to stay in the restaurant and linger in a beautiful space while enjoying pizzas, pastries, wines, and other goodies.

The Butcher’s Daughter is a great place to eat after a day of roaming the Venice Boardwalk.