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Best things to do in Marina del Rey

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“Overlooking Mother’s Beach, Beachside Restaurant & Bar is the perfect waterfront dining spot in Marina del Rey to savor fresh Californian cuisine and enjoy tranquil beach views, while others paddle board, swim, or build sandcastles in the sand. This favorite Marina del Rey restaurant features a redesigned bar and dining room that open up onto our patio providing a one-of-a-kind al fresco dining experience. With California sunshine spilling over, and a fresh off the water breeze, feel truly transported while you drink and dine to your heart's content.”
17 locals recommend
Tourist Information Center
10 locals recommend
““There's a super-friendly staff...darn good coffee...indoor and outdoor wifi.””
5 locals recommend
“amazing french/ peruvian restaurant that has been highly reviewed. its right underneath my building and they do amazing pisco sours - try to catch happy hour for 2 for 1 drinks ”
12 locals recommend
“Located a few steps from the unit, this is a one stop shop for all of your essential grocery needs including food, drinks and toiletries. Huge liquor selection. You need it, they got it. ”
5 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
6 locals recommend
Meal Delivery
“Good pizza, salad, and wings. In shopping plaza with many other options for food and shopping.”
7 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“Rent a "Seafari" cruise boat for you and 12 of your friends/family to see the yachts/boats /sights around Marina Del Rey. Bring food and drinks along with your sense of fun and adventure. Contact Mark and tell him Cynthia sent you! ”
8 locals recommend
“You can take this bike path all the way to Redondo Beach. Once you get past Marina Del Rey the path is right on the sand. Probably one of the best bike paths in the world.”
10 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Grab a kayak (or paddle board) and enjoy touring the marina while getting an awesome well as a tan. At the very least, your bottom will get wet, so dress appropriately. They have showers and lockers so you can store your things while out on the water. Don't forget your sunblock, sunglasses, and ziplock baggie for your cellphone. ”
10 locals recommend
Shipping Store
“Self-service copying and full-service printing services at FedEx Office in Marina del Rey. Open 24 hs”
6 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Ralphs for groceries. Starbucks for coffee. The counter, CPK, Sugarfish, Sweet greens & Chipolte for food. William B and Irene's Story for boutique clothes shopping. Bank of America for banking. ”
9 locals recommend
Bike rental
“Take a bike ride along Marina Del Rey's bike path to Santa Monica. You'll pass through Venice beach and it's electic mix of beach talent and shops before you reach Santa Monica Pier where you can get a nice lemondae at Hot Dog On A Stick (it's original location).”
10 locals recommend
“great bartenders. great lounge. service is the best at the bar. ask for Alex. ”
11 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
“A little pricey but a popular trendy joint. Defiantly a place to foster the hang over the night before or continue the evening with a mimosa kind of morning. Food good, some fun takes on food and defiantly has the I have to try that kind of menu. ”
9 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“CHAMPAGNE SUNDAY BRUNCH! Selected by Zagat as one of LA’s best brunches, Whiskey Red’s Sunday brunch is a great way to enjoy gourmet food overlooking the beautiful marina waterfront. Complimentary champagne and a number of indulgent options to please any palate, including made-to-order pasta, omelets, fresh seafood, carving stations, decadent desserts and much more. Classic Sunday Brunch is served Sunday from 9am to 2pm. New Saturday Brunch Menu features a la carte options available 10am-3pm.”
9 locals recommend