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Sunny Spot

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822 Washington Blvd Venice CA 90292
Phone
(310) 448-8884
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(310) 448-8889

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Monday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Tuesday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Wednesday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Thursday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Friday
5:00pm-11:59pm
Saturday
5:00pm-11:59pm

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Nestled amongst palm trees in the Los Angeles heat, Sunny Spot whips up Caribbean classics with a Californian twist. This roadside cookhouse's menu may be on the short side, but only because chef Roy Choi has pared down their offerings to showcase his signature blend of fresh local veggies and savory meat and seafood dishes, some requiring a two-day process of brining and slow-roasting. To wash...

Sunny Spot. Eat it while it's hot. Drink it nice and slow. And let us be that one bright spot in your day.

What's Sunny Spot? Think roadside cook shop, where Roy Choi's in the kitchen and every day's a holiday. Here you'll find sticky, crackling, double-fried jerk chicken, rum-glazed prawns and plates of fried pig's feet. Brown sugar short ribs scented with Old World spices will vanish under hungry hands while the plate is still hot-hot-hot. Fingers are to be licked, conversations are to be had...

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Brunch is something that should be easy, straightforward and comforting, especially after long weekend nights out. Eggs, waffles, croissants, omelettes, benedicts and good coffee are all important, as are bloody marys, the occasional mimosa (hopefully not bottomless), and maybe even a revitalizing breakfast cocktail. As the weather warms up and the patio umbrellas start rolling out, find below...

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3.5 stars is accurate. Went for brunch yesterday. The scene is cool - indoor touch to outdoor vibe. I had the huevos rancheros and it was ok, more like huevO ranchero. It was fairly small plate...

Average Rating
60

Had a really fun brunch here for a good friends going away get together.

This is a great spot for the hip crowd, atmosphere, and bottomless drink specials they have. The food is pricier and a bit underwhelming knowing this is a Roy Choi eatery. The shrimp palenta was pretty good and the braised pork belly was decent especially with the red sauce.

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What's Sunny Spot? Think roadside cook shop, where Roy Choi’s in the kitchen and every day's a holiday. Here you'll find sticky, crackling, double-fried jerk chicken, rum-glazed prawns and plates of fried pig's feet. Brown sugar short ribs scented with Old World spices will vanish under hungry hands while the plate is still hot-hot-hot. Fingers are to be licked, conversations are to be had...

The Only place the sun refuses to go down!

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An unexpected brunch with anything from oxtail soup to savory festival breads served with run honey, this is a colorful stop. Chef Roy Choi brings an eclectic blend of Caribbean, Asian, and French all into one happy Sunny Spot. Don't forget to try Death in the D.R.!

Chef Roy Choi's Caribbean inspired restaurant is all sorts if wonderful. From the bright eclectic decor and beautiful patio to the exceptional menu. Brunch is is as good if not better than dinner. The festival bread, spicy ribs and 'we be yammin' dessert are all noteworthy.

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