In mybookFood Collection (edit)
Added to your food collection.
Removed From mybook!

We took this business out of your food collection.

Warehouse Restaurant

Add to mybook

This listing has been
added to mybook.

This listing has been
removed from mybook.

Book a Table



Party Size

Book a Table

Business Details



in Business

BBB Rating:
BBB Rating and Accreditation information may be delayed up to a week.

Regular Hours

General Info:
Operational for more than 35 years, Warehouse Restaurant is one of the leading waterfront eateries in Southern California. Warehouse offers Polynesian-themed atmosphere, and specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant features crate and barrel dining rooms, entertainment lounge, patio-styled dining areas, and state-of-the-art viewing environment with multiple plasma and large-scale projection screens. It provides weekend breakfast, lunch, happy hour, dinner, late night dining and various private event opportunities. Warehouse s menu includes colossal prawn cocktail, lump crab avacado terrine, Malaysian scampi, pan roasted manila clams, trio of seafood raviolis, chilled seafood platter, and baked oysters Rockefeller. The restaurant also provides crispy calamari, chips and salsa, coconut shrimp, chicken lettuce wraps, barbecue chicken nachos, and mozzarella bake. Additionally, it offers a wide variety of beverages, such as chardonnay, American sparkling, red, white and blush wines, Champagne, gourmet tea and coffee, rum, bottled and draft beer, and espresso drinks. It is located in Marina Del Rey, Calif.
Extra Phones:

Phone: (310) 306-3952

Fax: (310) 306-3952

Sponsored Links
Payment method:
visa, mastercard, all major credit cards, amex, discover
West Los Angeles, Marina del Rey

The Warehouse Restaurant

The Warehouse

Pizza, Bars, American Restaurants, Banquet Halls & Reception Facilities, Family Style Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
Other Information:

Parking: Lot, On Site, Valet, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Groups: Yes

Good for Kids: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: No

Cuisines: Family Style, American, Steakhouse, European, Seafood, Continental, Cajun & Creole

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Specialties: Receptions, Parties

More »

Less »


YP Insider badge
Review this business:
Click to Rate
Share Review

Like this review? Share it on your social network to get the word out!


Posted: 4/1/2012

Provided by Citysearch - 
Poor dining experience

We saw The Warehouse featured on Explorer TV at our hotel and were intrigued. However, once we entered the dimly lit restaurant, we were not impressed. The service was slow, the food was average and pricey and the valet parking, which was $3.75 was located in the parking lot right outside the front door. When the waiter realized that our order was not turned into the kitchen, he said he would speak to the manager. They offered us a free round of drinks but the manager, who was on the floor made no effort to come and apologize. And we were not the only unhappy customers during the evening. We would never return to this restaurant.


Posted: 3/6/2011

Provided by Citysearch - 
Car Stolen From While With Valet

Went on Saturday 3/5/2011 for some drinks and snacks in the mid-afternoon. Stupidly left my camera ($1700 rig) in the back of the car. Realized when I got home that it had been stolen. The only place it could have happened was at Warehouse when parked by the valet. Called the manager (Joe Martinez) the next day to inform him that this happened... not asking for anything but just wanting to notify the restaurant of this activity in their parking lot. He could not have been more rude and dismissive. Totally unapologetic and unconcerned that this is happening to restaurant guests who are forced to valet park in their tremendous parking lot. I was provided an e-mail address apparently for the owners, who I will contact to let them know of what is brewing in their establishment.


Posted: 10/21/2010

Painfully Awful

Where do I begin? We went here for my friend's birthday (he chose) and from start to finish had the worst meal ever. Even though the restaurant was practically empty our server took almost 20 minutes to come over and take our drink orders. I ordered a mojito, which turned out to taste nothing like a mojito (there was not lime or mint in it), I even had everyone at the table try it to ensure it wasn't just me. When I asked our server if he could take it back and have the bartender make a new one he responded by saying well it will taste exactly the same so I switched for a beer. Appetizers were awful, we ordered two artichokes, one was under cooked and we couldn't even eat, the other was incredibly over cooked, and why did they come out almost 15 minutes apart from each other? For an entree I order the Louie salad that reminded me of the worst kind of airplane food, anyone could have made a better salad than this, and the fact that it was $20 was infuriating. I cannot believe this place is still in business, period.

Posted: 4/20/2010

Overpriced, poor quality food

Brought my legal assistant here for administrative assistant appreciation day for lunch. First bad sign: mandatory valet park in an empty parking lot - a ripoff for $2.75. The restaurant was 80% empty. I ordered their fish and chips. The fries were dark brown because the oil was not fresh and had not been changed. The fish was not fresh, and had the "silvery portions" still in it which made one piece too fishy and unedibly gross. I showed the waiter the piece of bad fish -- all he did was say "sorry"; well I'm sorry too for paying $19 for stale fish that was not prepared or cooked properly. My assistant enjoyed her crab sandwich. I do not recommend this place.


Posted: 11/27/2009

Provided by Citysearch - 
One of the worst restaurants in LA

I can only imagine that the people giving this restaurant even passible reviews do not eat out much. A friend and I went for the Thanksgiving buffet last night and it was just awful. The food had obviously been sitting for quite some time without being refreshed - the salads were soggy, the ""hot"" dishes were ice cold, blackened tilapia was sitting in a pool of oil, dishes like enchiladas and taquitos were completely dried out. I finally stopped even trying to find edible items to eat and complained to the manager. He brought out the chef who asked me what dishes I had problems with. I said virtually all of them and went down the row telling him what the problem was dish by dish. This apparently made no impression on him as he simply went back in the kitchen. As I was not nearly hungry enough to consider eating this garbage, I handed my half-filled plate to the manager and told him there was no way I would be eating here. He seemed entirely unconcerned and walked away. My friend, however, was very hungry as he had not eaten all day. So he opted to stay and eat, while I had a drink to keep him company. (Only one drink though - as it was impossible to get the waiters attention to order a second drink. Not that the restaurant was at all busy - I guess he was in the bar watching the game or something!) Afterward, my friend said the food was every bit as bad as it looked and he regretted not having left. The kicker was the bill was $25 for that slop, without the drinks! I swear I have seen more appetizing food in hospital cafeterias. In my opinion, $5 would be too much to charge for that buffet! On the way out, my friend complained to the manager and told him that, while he was paying the tab, he was extremely disappointed and recounted everything that was wrong with our dining experience. The managers response? Quote - ""You didn't have to eat here."" Nice way to respond to a problem, right? So bottom line - very bad food, very bad service, very bad management. Don't waste your time eating here - there are many, many, many better restaurants around.


Posted: 2/23/2009

Provided by Citysearch - 
Don't purchase gift certificates

my husband and i recently received a $200 gift certificate for the warehouse. this past weekend we went to the restaurant. the decor inside is beautiful but i opted to sit out on the patio. we started with there sampler platter. i thought the portions were way to small but for 2 people it was more than filling. for the main course my husband got the cioppino and i had the scallop and shrimp pasta. both were filled with seafood and very tasty. unfortunately this is as far as we enjoyed our evening.

when we went to pay the check with the gift certificate (our bill was $107) the waiter came back and informed us that we could not get cash back. we told him we weren't expecting cash we wanted another gift certificate to come back another day. he told us we couldn't do that either. he suggested that we send the remaining $90 on cocktails and dessert. i was dumbfounded. how stupid. i asked to speak with the manager. 10 minutes later the waiter returned to say there was a misunderstanding and they would issue us another gift certificate. when we received the certificate my husband took a look at it and on the certificate is written:


when i confronted the manager regarding how incredibly rude i felt it was. he told me this is standard policy and should have been written on the first gift certificate.

so if you're looking for a place with great customer service. keep driving down the street. next time i'll go to tony p's


Posted: 7/2/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
The best place for Sunday brunch by the ocean

A friend and I went to The Warehouse one Sunday for Brunch, and I was in my own utopia. The service was geat and the food was delicious(not to mention the great Mimosas). The atmosphere was wonderful-- especially since it's at the beach. I love fine dining at the ocean!!! In conversations with friends about Good-Eats in L.A., I always mention The Warehouse Restaurant-- it's the BEST!!!


Posted: 3/25/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Atlantic Salmon & Calamari

My first time at the warehouse was very unexpected. It just so happened that me and some friends were going to cheesecake factory until we heard something about a fire down the street and decided to go for what was closer and convienent.

I ordered the fried calamari, sooooooooooo good! Nice thick plump pieces of squid (and at a reasonable price-hellooooo!). For dinner stuffed salmon with crab and mashed potatoes that were well seasoned and loaded with flavor.

The scenary was amazing! The decore looks like something out of jungle book. Great view on the water near boats. Very exotic! Good crowd. Great service...they made it easy for me to WANT to take on the uncontrolable urge to leave a tip and not just the ""change"". Plus the waiter was very attractive which gave each visit to our table that special something. His name is James.


Posted: 3/16/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 

My husband and I dine out several times a week. The Warehouse Restaurant remains one of our favorite spots. It's nice to walk into a restaurant and be recognized by the great staff by name and be treated special. The staff isn't the main attraction, however. It's the seafood. I don't know if it's just the way they prepare it or where they buy it, but it is always delicious and satisfying. When we think about going to the Warehouse Restaurant, although going any night is good, Monday is very cool since they have wine night and no matter how much the bottle cost, they only charge half price. What a deal! I recommend this place a lot. One of the last great places to go in the Marina.


Posted: 3/16/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Best Salmon EVER!

i was at the warehouse with my family, out on my dads birthday. I was there for my first time, but my brother had already been there. It was his suggestion to have dinner there. I tell you It was the best experience Ive had, i go out to eat twice a week, and have never encoutered a resturant with staff so attentive, the food was exellent, i had the stuffed salmon with the side order of scalloped potatoes, My mouth still waters just thinking about it. My dad had unbeiebable prime rib, so tender, and cooked to perfection. i could go on and on about the food, the prices might be a little high, but damm worth it! I highly suggest you guys stopping by this beautiful restaurant.

Sponsored Links
Map & Directions
People Also Viewed
Send to Phone
Warehouse Restaurant

4499 Admiralty WayMarina Del ReyCA 90292

(310) 823-5451

Send this business listing as a text message to a mobile phone.


Your text message was sent.

To opt out at anytime, send the word STOP to YP411.

To get a help message, send the word HELP to YP411.

There was an error sending your text.

Please try again.

Terms: The recipient of this text message may incur charges depending on their wireless carrier. Not all carriers are currently supported.

Message Business

What would you like to know?



We were unable to send your message. Please try again later.

Add a Photo
Warehouse Restaurant

4499 Admiralty WayMarina Del ReyCA 90292

(310) 823-5451

  • Photos should be in .gif, .jpg, or .png format
  • Photos should represent this business (ex. storefront, interior, services/amenities offered, etc.)
  • Photos must not be of an objectionable nature (offensive, profane, pornographic, obscene, etc.)
  • All photos submitted are subjected to YP Terms of Service
Add a New Collection
Oops! There was a problem saving the new custom collection.
Please try again.
Collection Name cannot be empty
Upload a Photo

Remaining Characters: 100

Remaining Characters: 500

We just redesigned! Do you like it?
× Not a Fan

× Thank You!