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The Venice Beach House was one of the best places I have stayed in L.A.. - TravelPost
The breakfast was tasty and the ambiance was just perfect. It is my new home when visiting L.A. - Fodor's
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Things to Do Near Venice Beach – Top Picks for May

Things to Do Near Venice Beach – Top Picks for May The Venice Beach House

Spring in Los Angeles is a beautiful thing, and this year is no exception. With Mother’s Day right around the corner and a ton of fun events, here are our picks for the month of May:
The L.A. Times created the event Food Bowl, a massive 31-day food festival which promises to be an epic affair. This event will highlight inventive local kitchens from farmers markets to restaurants, pop-ups, and quirky settings such as bus dining. The headliner will be a Night Market held at Grand Park in downtown L.A. from May 10-14. There will be over 60 restaurants and food trucks with live entertainment.

Marina Beach (Mother’s Beach) is transformed into a waterfront food haven every Thursday evening with “Beach Eats” where popular food trucks gather to offer the hottest bites in town. Enjoy a variety of flavors in a beachside setting from 5:00 – 9:00 pm. The Beach Eats lot has a variety of trucks at Mother’s Beach every Thursday.

Tongva Park’s Art @ Tongva
program continues its 2017 season on May 13th with Great Explorations, an all-day event of music, dance, visual art, theatre and participatory mind and body experiences that will stimulate the imaginations of kids ages 5 to 95.

The Venice Art & Collectables Market is held every 2nd & 4th Sat. of the month at Venice High School. Proceeds benefit the Gondolier Booster Club!

Phalaris’s Bull: Solving the Riddle of the Great Big World is the story of a philosopher’s quest for a solution to all of life’s problems. The event is held at the Santa Monica Playhouse May 12th, from 8-9:30pm.

Cinespia “cemetery screenings” take place in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, where you can stake out a prime spot, sip your BYOB booze and watch Los Angeles film classics from “Wizard of Oz” to “The Usual Suspects.”

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