Venice Location; 512 Rose Ave. Venice, CA 90291
Café Gratitude, one of the most versatile vegan restaurants in West Los Angeles. Café Gratitude supports local farmers, environmentally friendly products and offers seasonal produce. Every day you’ll find a designated gluten-free menu, raw and baked pastries and bars, and pre-made items. The seasonal salad is just one of the surprises that you’ll find when you walk in the door. With wall to wall windows, bar seating, wide tables, and large outdoor spaces with covers and heat lamps, Café Gratitude may be your next go-to spot. Super easy parking with 90-minute validation, just enter on Fifth Avenue. If you become a regular, the gratification program will save you lots of dollars.
Not in the area? Try Café Gratitude in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Newport Beach.
Always online? Café Gratitude has pick up options with easy online ordering.
One of the few vegan restaurants to offer seasonal spirits, organic beer, and wine. Eisner’s drinks are a must.
Café Gratitude offers Beauty Corners- wellness products that will give your beauty regimen a complete makeover.
Magical / Cg Double Double
housemade black bean patties, tomato, red onion, chipotle ketchup, cashew macadamia cheddar, gluten-free amaranth & millet bun, roasted garnet yams
512 Rose Ave. Venice, CA 90291
Hours: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.90-minute parking in downstairs garage with validation
Menu, Reservations, Order Online
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