We've been eating at Hal's since before our kids were born. Since 1987, Hal's, in the heart of Venice, has become a staple, if you will, of Abbot Kinney Blvd. American cuisine is never better than
at this light, airy eatery that makes you feel so at home. The wine list is fantastic too. We love to come for Sunday Brunch or dinner, but don't miss Tuesday/ Wednesday nights! Wine is half off on select bottles. We all know, there's nothing better that
a perfect glass of wine with Hal's outstanding cuisine! Even if you just come for a drink at the beautiful wooden bar be sure to try a Canteloupe Martini with Marie Brizard Watermelon Liquer, Vodka, fresh orange & lime juice! For brunch we love Hal's
French Toast ($9) served with maple syrup and butter. Thick, light, and crisp, my husband proclaimed it, "out of this world." He loved it so much, that I was only able to snag one bite. It was heavenly! We had some yummy smoked bacon ($3) and I had the Smoked
Salmon Plate ($14). The salmon was so fresh and gorgeous. There was enough for two and good thing, because Mr. French Toast wanted some smoked salmon too. The toasted bagel was huge, whipped cream cheese was plentiful, capers were salty, and onions and tomatoes
the perfect toppers. I would go back and eat it again today, it was that good! I also adore the fresh muffins and biscuits and butter that you get before your food arrives. The corn muffin is my favorite! For dinner try the Caesar salad ($7/$10) with romaine,
romano cheese, anchovies, and garlic croutons), or the wedge ($10) icebreg, roasted beets, heirloom tomatoes, bacon, croutons, chives, chervil, tarragon, blue cheese, and Italian dressing. We also love the Roasted Wild Pacific Northwest Salmon ($32) and Braised
Jidori Chicken Breast ($26). Hal's is one of our all-timeVenice favorites. Why not make it one of yours too? Hal's Bar & Grill 1349 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice (310) 396-3105 Daily: 11:30 a.m.- 2:00 a.m.
Recommended Dishes: French Toast, Smoked Salmon, Caesar Salad, Wedge Salad, Jidori Chicken, Roasted Salmon.