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Santa Monica Pier Area/Ocean Avenue

Authentic Italian cuisine and pizza, 5 blocks from the ocean. OBICÁ Mozzarella Bar 606 Broadway Santa Monica | 310-393-6633 obica.com

The landmark Santa Monica Pier, sandy beaches, miles of bike path, Ocean Front Walk and the sunlight-bathed eateries and hotels of Ocean Avenue add up to a quintessentially California scene.

Open daily for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Happy Hour (M-F), Afternoon Tea (M-S) & Live Sports. Stock up on British items. Freshly Baked Pies served daily. Ye Olde King’s Head British Pub, Restaurant, Gift Shoppe & Bakery 116-132 Santa Monica Blvd. Santa Monica | 310-451-1402 yeoldekingshead.com

1602 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 458-9294

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Annenberg Community Beach House 415 Pacific Coast Highway Santa Monica I 310-458-4904 annenbergbeachhouse.com

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Performing chefs delight with intricate knife work and theatrics… not to mention delicious food.

You’ll find something to please everyone at Seaside Grill & Rooftop Bar. Enjoy classic burgers, fresh seafood, pizza and spectacular sunsets, and, of course, your favorite beach beverages too.

This season at The Broad Stage, home is where the art is.

Chill out on our rooftop bar with a view of the Pier while enjoying a hand-crafted cocktail, or indulge in dessert with our soft-serve ice cream offering 8 flavor-burst swirls.

The Broad Stage 1310 11th St. Santa Monica | 310.434.3200 thebroadstage.org

Benihana 1447 Fourth St. Santa Monica | 310-260-1423 benihana.com

Downtown is an entertainment hub and a creative culinary scene for Santa Monica, thanks to the farmers markets, restaurants, boutiques, bars and movie theaters that line the streets.

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Public destination with historic and contemporary roots. Beach access plus year-round activities for all ages, recreation, culture, leisure, and seasonal pool.

AMERICAN LOBSTER . FINE SEAFOOD . OCEAN VIEWS

Downtown Santa Monica/Third Street Promenade

spots, pastel-hued hotels, palm-lined Palisades Park and the distinctive Tongva Park provide enviable beachfront hangouts. Ocean Front Walk, home of the Original Muscle Beach, still flexes its charm with a collection of rings, parallel bars and balance bars plied by bodybuilders, yogis and other assorted sun-worshippers. Bikes and skateboards drift down the Marvin Braude Bike Trail in an aimless procession of fun. Perched over the Pacific, the 110-year-old Pier, featuring the world’s only solar-powered Ferris wheel, the century-old Looff Hippodrome, and the aquarium, attracts families, couples and friends each reveling in a delectable slice of West Coast nostalgia.

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shopping haven and street-performer stage. Just east of the Pier, the Third Street Promenade consists of three open-air, car-free blocks that are anchored by upscale Santa Monica Place, home to more than 80 retailers. With everything from fresh farmers-market produce to designer fashions, it’s a shopper’s nirvana. Likewise, foodies rejoice in the numerous restaurants featuring locally sourced ingredients and craft cocktails. Life pulses around each corner with hotel guests, street performers, shoppers, office workers, diners, barflies and moviegoers. Additionally, it’s the terminus of the Metro Expo Line, which ferries riders by light rail between Santa Monica and Downtown Los Angeles.

Main Street Cafés, shops, public parklets and sandy beaches add to a welcoming neighborhood vibe. LI K E TH E TI D ES O F TH E PAC I F I C

just a few blocks away, Main Street is characterized by a slow shift in personalities. By day, it’s a favorite of up-at-dawn locals, who come for breakfast or coffee after a sunrise surf session or to patronize the eclectic collection of businesses with their dogs and children in tow. Visitors can join in, easily filling an afternoon at laid-back patio-lined cafés and indie boutiques. In the evening, trendy restaurants and watering holes glow with a lively mix of options for nightlife lovers.

Montana Avenue Stretching for 10 blocks, this tree-lined street’s shopping district is filled with popular eateries, juice bars, upscale boutiques and a historic movie theater. M O NTANA AVE N U E, WH I C H S ITS AT TH E

Hornblower Cruises & Events 13755 Fiji Way Marina del Rey | 310-301-9900 hornblower.com

O Local spot for breakfast, brunch & lunch with mimosas. Show this official map of Santa Monica to your server and receive a free mini waffle.

Aircraft Aviation Exhibits, Artifacts & Art “Celebrating SoCal’s Aviation History” Wed Thru Sun 10am-5pm Museum of Flying 3100 Airport Ave. Santa Monica | 310-398-2500 museumofflying.org

Bru’s Wiffle 2408 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica | 310-453-2787 bruswiffle.com

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Del Frisco’s Grille 1551 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica | 310-395-7333 delfriscosgrille.com/santa-monica

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Although pedestrians have the right-of-way at crosswalks, use caution and make eye contact with drivers to make sure they have seen you and are stopping their vehicle. Texting or wearing headphones or earbuds and listening to music while walking impedes your hearing and can be distracting. Pedestrians may only cross in marked crosswalks. Crossing outside of a marked crosswalk—jaywalking—is an offense, and police ticket for violations. Know when to cross—only with the green light or when the “walk” sign is activated. Pedestrian scrambles are in operation throughout Downtown Santa Monica. At these intersections, a pedestrian-only phase is included in the signal-light cycle, allowing people on foot and bikes to cross in every direction, including diagonally, at the same time. Remember, drivers may not see little ones, so stand back away from the curb and hold your children’s hands at all times when walking near busy streets and intersections. Don’t assert the right of way with a fast-moving vehicle. Allow vehicles enough time to stop.

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California Heritage Museum 2612 Main St. Santa Monica | 310-392-8537 californiaheritagemuseum.org

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Pay attention and stay alert. Always wear a helmet. (Riders under 18 must wear a helmet by law.) Riding against traffic is illegal and dangerous. Ride on the right side of the road, with traffic, and use the bike lane where available. Biking on the sidewalk is prohibited. Obey all traffic laws and signals. Stop at stop signs, red lights and pedestrian crossings. Use hand signals and eye contact to communicate with motorists, other bicyclists and pedestrians. Texting or wearing headphones or earbuds and listening to music while biking impedes your hearing and can be distracting. Make yourself visible to drivers, especially at night. Use lights and reflectors and wear bright clothing. At pedestrian scramble crossings, ride across when the bicyclespecific traffic signal lights up with a green bike symbol.

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Always keep your distance from a train in motion. Stay away from the edge of the platform, never run after or next to a moving train, and wait for the train to come to a full stop before approaching. Hold onto your children and be alert when a train approaches to prevent them from getting too close to the tracks. Don’t skate or ride your bicycle on the platform, stairs or escalators. When boarding, use care crossing the gap between the platform and train. Stand clear of the train doors; touching them or leaning on them could obstruct their movement. Never climb railroad vehicles or walk on the tracks. Be mindful of lowered crossing gates. Never try to beat the train by going around the gates. Instead, wait for them to rise after the train passes. As a pedestrian, look and listen for trains in all directions.

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Motorized scooters may be driven only by those with a valid driver’s license or instruction permit. Helmets are required for riders under age 18. Riding with a passenger is prohibited. Motorized scooters must be driven on the road, never on the sidewalk. Follow traffic rules and watch for obstructions and potholes. Scooters cannot be parked on the sidewalk in the way of pedestrian traffic. Look for new drop/parking zones in Downtown Santa Monica and on Main Street. Motorized scooters may not be driven on beach bike paths, Santa Monica Pier, Third Street Promenade or in municipal parks, including Palisades Park. Night use of motorized scooters lacking proper lighting equipment, which includes reflectors and a front light source visible from the front and sides, is illegal.

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Wish to donate or volunteer? Rather than give money directly to someone who may solicit spare change, put it in one of the dolphin statue collection points—they’re marked with a plaque—on the Third Street Promenade or the Pier. The money is collected and given as a grant to a nonprofit agency that addresses homelessness. For a list of nonprofit service providers, visit smgov.net/homelessness. While the police do everything they can to keep the streets safe, visitors should realize that the homeless are a mix of individuals from different backgrounds. Please treat them with courtesy, kindness, and dignity, but be circumspect. For more information, visit santamonica.com/cares.

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Don’t text or otherwise handle your phone while driving—it’s against the law and research shows it increases the likelihood of a collision 23.2 times over unimpaired driving.

Pedestrian Scrambles can be found at the following locations in Downtown Santa Monica:

The 3 Stages of Pedestrian Scrambles and How to Use Them:

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310.883.7437 • 250 Santa Monica Pier seasideonthepier.com • #seasideonthepier

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TA KE A V I D E O TO U R T H R O U G H S A N TA M O N I C A’ S N E I G H B O R H O O D S AT santamonica.com/neighborhoods.

Located on the Santa Monica Pier Open for lunch & dinner daily

Revolving art and cultural exhibits, special events, Tuesday-night food trucks and Sunday farmers markets.

Drivers stop in all directions. Pedestrians and bicyclists can safely cross intersection in any direction.

Start crossing when the walking person is lit.

Cyclists ride across when the bicycle-specific traffic light lights up with a green bike symbol.

Visit www.smgov.net for more information on the City of Santa Monica Pedestrian Action Plan.

Pico Boulevard

Mid-City

Culture abounds on this lively strip—in the form of street art, international cuisine, a weekly farmers market and the sands of Santa Monica State Beach.

This centrally located enclave is home to a thriving arts scene.

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a main artery connecting Santa Monica to Downtown Los Angeles, look more like an art exhibition as of late: The local business improvement district, paired with the award-winning nonprofit Beautify Earth, has adorned buildings here with a variety of striking murals. The people bustling through the area are equally diverse, drawn to a mix of small galleries, live music venues, shops and a variety of restaurants offering temptations for almost any palate. Accessible from the three Metro Expo Line stations in town, Pico ends at the beach and links Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica College and Virginia Avenue Park, where a beloved farmers market takes place each Saturday.

Wilshire Boulevard This bustling corridor is lined with

restaurants, a variety of shopping opportunities and a trio of parks. STR ETC H I N G N EAR LY 16 M I LES

from Downtown Los Angeles to Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica, Wilshire Boulevard is a kaleidoscope of California culture. You’ll find several chef-driven dining hot spots near mom-and-pop bakeries and generations-old Mexican eateries. A smattering of vintage and designer consignment stores make the whole strip a favorite for deal hunters.

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fares, Wilshire and Olympic boulevards, and two Expo Line stations, this easily accessible neighborhood gets plenty of attention for its arts and entertainment offerings, particularly 18th Street Arts Center, Bergamot Station’s galleries and The Broad Stage’s shows, as well as top-notch eateries. No wonder it’s home to a growing crop of interesting restaurants and shops.

Ocean Park Boulevard/Santa Monica Airport Area The city’s southeastern-most enclave is an up-and-coming destination for diners and shoppers in the know. O C EAN PAR K B O U LEVAR D B OASTS AN

authentic local vibe, a crop of talked-about restaurants and “Where did you get that?!” boutiques and shops. Accentuated by spacious Clover Park, the neighborhood is also home to Barker Hangar, which has hosted many awards shows like the Kids’ Choice Awards, People’s Choice Awards and more; the Santa Monica Airport and Ruskin Group Theatre Co.; and the Museum of Flying as well as neighboring Spitfire Grill. The airport’s observation decks, eco-friendly gardens and twice-monthly antiques market are also big draws.

BE RESPONSIBLE. BE KIND. TIPS FOR RESPONSIBLE TRAVELING • Walk, bike or use public transportation. • Bring a reusable water bottle and/or shopping bag to reduce the use of plastics and recycle when possible. • Always leave a place better than the way you arrived; this includes packing and picking-up practices and not littering.

• When you leave your hotel room, turn off the lights and all electronics. • Follow your hotel’s suggestions with linens. • Shop, eat and play local in Santa Monica—it strengthens our community.

SANTA MONICA VISITOR CENTERS THE SANTA MONICA VISITOR INFORMATION CENTERS ARE your source for all things Santa Monica. All of our Visitor Centers provide friendly and knowledgeable staff; Visitor Guides and Maps; and information on attractions, hotels, dining, museums, galleries and entertainment. At our walk-in Visitor Information Center on Main Street, you will find a full display of free visitor information; Santa Monica gifts and souvenirs; tickets to area attractions; and pre-loaded TAP cards for purchase. Stop in! We would love to meet you.

VISITOR CE NTE R L O C AT I O N S A N D H O U R S MAIN VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER 2427 Main St. Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Saturday–Sunday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

C O V E R P H O T O G R A P H B Y E D B U R N S , I N S TA G R A M : @ E D B U R N S P H O T O G R A P H Y

Benny’s Tacos & Chicken Rotisserie 915 Wilshire Blvd. (Ninth St. & Wilshire) Santa Monica | 310-451-0200 bennytacos.com

Brunch, wine or dine overlooking the iconic Santa Monica Pier.

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city’s northern edge, is home to a stretch of more than 150 restaurants and retailers. Though it’s just a short walk from Downtown Santa Monica, it feels removed from the hustle and bustle of the Promenade and Pier. Late-night options may be limited, but from sunrise to sunset, a steady stream of shoppers browse the surrounding storefronts amid a relaxed crowd of A-list celebrities, out-of-towners and parents pushing strollers, none of whom seem in a hurry to leave the wealth of juice bars, latte vendors and outdoor cafés.

Experience LA cruising on the water! Enjoy brunch, dinner, Yacht Rock Cocktails, private parties, team outings, or wedding celebrations.

Fresh Mexican Neighborhood Restaurant 10 % Off VIP Discount – Show Cashier Map

PIER SHOP & VISITOR CENTER 200 Santa Monica Pier (located in the Carousel Building) Monday and Thursday, 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Friday–Sunday, 11 a.m.–7 p.m. Hours of operation may be extended or shortened due to special events or staffing needs VISITOR INFORMATION KIOSK 1400 Ocean Ave. (located in Palisades Park) Open daily, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. VISITOR INFORMATION CART Third Street Promenade (1300 block) Open daily, 11 a.m.–8 p.m. Exact cart location and hours are subject to change MOBILE VISITOR CENTER Locations vary Visit the online store at santamonica.com/store.

C O N TA C T U S F O R M O R E I N F O R M AT I O N 310-393-7593, 800-544-5319 SANTAMONICA.COM info@santamonica.com

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WHERE MYTHS TAKE HOLD Rediscover Cupid, Medusa, Hermes, and other beloved mythological heroes and gods. Experience 3,000 square feet of new exhibition space, masterpieces never before on view, and a major reinstallation of the Getty Museum’s collection Greek, Roman, and Etruscan treasures. The Getty Villa. One mile north of Sunset on PCH. Reserve your free tickets today.

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Big Blue Bus: Santa Monica’s awardwinning Big Blue Bus serves Santa Monica, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles International Airport and 10 neighboring communities with more than 900 bus stops and 20 service lines, including a weekday express line that connects Downtown Santa Monica to Downtown Los Angeles. The eco-friendly buses run on alternative fuels, including renewable natural gas, and have front-mounted bike racks to 1 accommodate cyclists. Route information, day passes and transit passes are available 9 at Blue: The Transit Store (1444 Fourth St., 310-451-5444, bigbluebus.com).

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Santa Monica’s many miles of bikeways make two-wheel travel manageable and safe, not to mention economical and fun. Throughout the city are 110 miles of Green Lanes. These protected bike lanes provide a highly visible contrast on the street, increasing motorists’ awareness of cyclists. Bike rentals are available at many hotels and along the beach bike path.

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Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro): Working in sync with the Metro, some Metro Rapid bus lines provide limited-stop bus service to Downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood from Santa Monica (323-466-3876, metro.net). 9

You can buy a TAP card and load it with a Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Day Pass at Blue: The Transit Store. To ride the Metro bus and rail system, you must load funds (as stored value) to the TAP card. INSIDER TIP:

Bicycles, electric bikes, mopeds and motorized scooters are legal on Santa Monica streets. Motorized scooter riders must be at least 16 years old; those under age 18 must wear a helmet. For safety tips, see “Be Safe” on the reverse side of this map or visit smgov.net/ departments/pcd/transportation/sharedmobility-services.

TH E F R E E R I D E S H U T TL E Visitors staying at some hotels can summon The Free Ride (thefreeride.com/santamonica.php) via their hotel concierge or The Free Ride mobile app. The electric vehicle shuttle service operates in Santa Monica and extends to Venice and Marina del Rey. The on-demand rides are offered daily from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. See map for designated hotels. Some local hotels also offer car service around town. Non-hotel guests can use The Free Ride, too. Simply hail them for a ride.

RIDESHARE On-demand ridesharing companies Lyft and Uber are available for transportation to Santa Monica and can drop off and pick up at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Fare estimates from LAX to Santa Monica start at approximately $20.

TA X I S E R V I C E S Average fare estimate from LAX to Santa Monica is around $55, plus tip. Bell Cab: 888-481-2345, labellcab.com Independent Cab Co: 800-521-8294, taxi4u.com Metro Cab Santa Monica: 310-444-7777, mc.metrocabsm.com Taxi! Taxi!: 310-444-4444, santamonicataxi.com Yellow Cab Co.: 424-222-2222, layellowcab.com

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