This sister concern of the original Ivy at Robertson Boulevard is located on Ocean Avenue, and serves up standard all-American fare. The view of the sea from here is simply fantastic, and true to its reputation, you can expect a trendy, upscale ambiance that nevertheless manages to sport a casual air. A chic, tropical interior, and an appealing menu boasting of wholesome preparations, wines and...
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The design is vintage upscale beach shack, with toy ships and even a mini-mechanical band among the antique tchotchkes. Co-owners Lynn von Kersting and Richard Irving haven't strayed far from the original Ivy's menu, offering high-priced but huge portions of American comfort food with a Southern kick: crab cakes, Cajun pizza, crab salad and fried chicken. Order a side of crackling Maui onion...
"A little more relaxed than its West Hollywood sister", this Santa Monica Californian is a "haven for the well-heeled, expense-account and upcale-tourist sets" with "simple" fare served in a "pleasant" seaside setting; some say service can be "arrogant", and it certainly isn't cheap, but the "star sightings will make everything else meaningless."
Not as great as it used to be but still pretty wonderful. can't beat the ambiance. Food cold be a bit more fresh
Absolute pretentious nonsense , left after 5. Mins due to arrogant staff
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Ivy At the Shore can be found at Ocean Ave 1535. The following is offered: Restaurants: Caribbean. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Santa Monica there are 3 other Restaurants: Caribbean . An overview can be found here.
What to Drink: The wine list is pricey--most people opt for the house special Ivy gimlet. Bloody marys are popular at brunch.
Where to Sit: There aren't many romantic tables for two, so patrons can request a corner table for a more intimate evening.
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