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The Butcher's Daughter

Restaurants, Vegetarian Venice
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

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From the streets of New York to Venice California, The Butcher"s Daughter is your all day vegetarian, juice and wine bar. Situated on infamous Abbot Kinney, the white-washed, sun filled space is the perfect place to grab a morning Vittoria coffee and smashed avocado toast, a lunch-time spicy kale salad for that corporate meeting, or a wood fired pizza over a glass of nebbiolo to wind down the day. Our open air market, features prepared foods and surf boards from Lone Wolf. Chef Nicolas Torrant has harnessed his vegetarian and raw food skills to exemplify local produce and technique to nourish mind, body and soul.

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Address: 1205 Abbot Kinney
Venice
90291
Price: $30 and under
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5 out of 5 stars

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This is a very cute, trendy restaurant amongst Abbott Kinney's boutiques. Try their Petersen's Buckwheat Pancakes for brunch and their Dolce Picante Pizza for lunch or dinner. If you're looking for Instagram photos, this is the spot.


Awesome vegetarian restaurant on uber trendy Abbot Kinney, the Butcher's Daughter serves an amazing brunch on weekends, and delicious, not-so pricey vegetarian dishes on weekdays.

Their dishes always come in a vegan version on request, but as an actual meat eater, I just stuck to the green options: my Italian roots obviously pulled the pizza strings, and I was really happy with it, even if it was  a 'breakfast' version which you typically wouldn't find in any Italian restaurant.

It came with béchamel sauce, veggie bacon, arugula, mozzarella, and a fried egg on top, and I must say that both the dough and the condiments really impressed me in spite of my initial doubts.

If the crowds don't irritate you too much ( think fashionistas, bloggers, instagram semi-celebs and foodies, boho dresses and planned nonchalance all over the place), this is a really pleasant   place to spend your Sunday brunch.