The Low Down
What to Drink: The wine list is pricey--most people opt for the house special Ivy gimlet. Bloody marys are popular at brunch.
Where to Sit: There aren't many romantic tables for two, so patrons can request a corner table for a more intimate evening.
Know Before You Go: The restaurant is crowded every night of the week. Reservations are strongly suggested.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The design is vintage upscale beach shack, with toy ships and even a mini mechanical band among the antique tchotchkes. The service is only so-so. Co-owners Lynn von Kersting and Richard Irving haven't strayed far from the original Ivy'sâ¦
laid back, all american classics
By sara c at Insider Pages
While it's sister location on Robertson has won the paparazzi 's attention, this location caters much more to affluent locals in santa monica and b... Read More
Great Place for Star Gazing
By Joan K at Insider Pages
besides the stars in the sky --- the stars like to go here -- ask to sit on the patio -- best for people watching -- -- the food is very good -- bu... Read More
By Joann S at Insider Pages
The food here is delicious! I especially like the crab cakes and the ambiance is great with ocean views. Very expensive so be prepared to spend s... Read More
Ivy at the Shore
By Shireen R at Insider Pages
Ivy at the Shore has a nautical decor and a pretty outdoor covered space. It is more laid back than The Ivy on Robertson. The menu has American c... Read More