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.