We've chosen this place to celebrate St.Valentines Day with my girlfriend, and enjoyed the menu, especially duck carpaccio and artichokes.
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This was my first visit to Hal's new location at 1025 Abbott Kinney. It was for dinner with friends on the Friday after Thanksgiving. The restaurant was not very busy, so it was quiet and good for conversation. The craft cocktails are good and the...More
We sat in the comfortable, rustic garden area and while filled with stylish crowd it was not too busy or noisy. Food was amazing and the appetizers were to die for. Watermelon and crab starter with micro greens and vinaigrette was simply exceptional. Good cocktails...More
First of all, the address at Trip Advisor on this restaurant is wrong. Hal's closed at the old address and has re-opened at 1025 Abbott Kinney Blvd on a quieter part of the street. The menu is exciting, but it is nothing like the old...More
I had dinner with friends in this restaurant and it was quite average. As we had no reservation, there was no place inside, so we accepted to have our dinner in the patio. However the patio is shared with the Mexican restaurant next door. So...More
This is a great place to go in Venice. This is an old old restaurant for Venice but they systematically provide a great bar and dinner experience. Great food, service, wine and atmosphere at reasonable prices Cannot ask for more than that
My friends have been telling me about Hal's for years and I finally got a chance to experience it. Everything was great from the time we walked through the door. Staff are warm, friendly and welcoming. My friends rave about the turkey burgers. I had...More
Fantastic atmosphere, friendly staff all around! Attended during a busy Saturday night, our service was excellent! We started with drinks and Calamari. Calamari was juicy, fresh tasting and a very generous portion! We all had the turkey burger and substituted salad (for a small upcharge)...More
Low key, decent meal in an attractive space. Simple bowl of soup and a burger were great. Wines were good and reasonably priced. Service was efficient and friendly. No complaints, and recommended.
While some of the restaurants on gentrified Abbot Kinney are pretentious, this one is definitely not and its longevity attests to that. The atmosphere is upscale, the food delicious, the wait staff professional and pleasant. We come here annually around Thanksgiving and the staff greets...More