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Restaurants, Contemporary American Hermosa Beach
4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
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Time Out says

This Hermosa Beach gem supports local farmers by using seasonal market ingredients. Chef Tin Vuong takes a modern approach to old world dishes adding an innovative twist to every meal. The globally influenced and domestically sourced food is served up in an industrial-chic space complete with boozy libations and house-brewed beer.




Address: 1301 Manhattan Ave
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 5pm-11pm
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4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

3.7 / 5

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Love the restaurant location and the interior – fun environment, with a few TV’s scattered around the dining area so you can still catch the game without having to resort to a Sports bar.

Food is awesome – you can make it tapas style and share, order your own dish, or do a combo of both.

My only complaint (and downfall of the restaurant, really) is the service. Very unfriendly and hardly around and they especially do not take well to any order substitutions. The waitress that we had most recently was literally the rudest waitress we’ve ever encountered in LA (and that’s a lot of waitresses we’re talking about). So just don’t dine at Abigaile’s during a special event when good service matters. 


A great place for a group celebration. The plates are inventive, but still approachable and sharable. A great, upscale atmosphere amid the raucous bars in Hermosa. The only negative: both times I dined at Abigaile for dinner, I had to wait for 15-20 minutes even with a reservation.

Abigaile is in the heart of Hermosa Beach and provides a relaxing but delicious dining experience. Be it brunch or dinner, I've never had a bad time here. The small plates don't disappoint - anything from the pao de queijo to the tempura green beans is a winner. I'm also a big fan of their dinner burger. If you're brunching and the weather cooperates, sit on the adorable outdoor patio and enjoy bottomless mimosas (which they top off just frequently enough). A burger girl at heart, I love the patty melt. The cheddar is extra smoky and the fries are crispy and delicious. The only struggle is finding parking in the popular downtown Hermosa area, so make sure you arrive early if you have a reservation.