Fisherman's Village is located in Marina del Rey, a community of L.A. comprised of housing, commercial property, hotels, dining, shopping, and the largest manmade small vessel marina in the world. Mooring around 5,000 boats and yachts, the marina outranks Long Beach to the south that claims it has the largest municipal marina in the United States with over 4,000 slips.
Fisherman's Village is comprised of a neat row of brightly colored buildings that emulate a New England fishing village along a waterfront. The mall's shopping isn't its main highlight, but the dining certainly draws crowds to the indoor and outdoor cafes with views of the bay from many tables.
Parking is charged at the Village, that includes bands and live music performances most weekends.
Fisherman's Village is located on the the eastern side of the main channel and can be recognized thanks to its lighthouse and uniquely painted buildings. In recent years new boat cruises and commercial operations have been added due to provide service to Catalina Island, while Hornblower Cruises and Events has been popular tenant providing weekly dinner and brunch cruises available to the public. Hornblower Cruises & Events, offers weekend brunches and dinner dance cruises around the harbor on a luxury yacht that departs Fisherman's Village. Included is complimentary champagne and a full no-host cocktail bar. Special cruises are held on events such as Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, and New Year's Eve.
Location: Fisherman's Village
13755 Fiji Way
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
The cruise yacht is tucked along western Los Angeles between Venice Beach and Playa del Rey, and includes charter and holiday tours showcasing stunning coastal landscapes. We've taken the company's cruises offered in San Diego, Newport Beach, Marina del Rey and San Francisco. Sure, San Francisco is great, but the crew that operates the Marina del Rey Cruise is top notch!
Fisherman's Village is leased by Gold Coast Village, LLC, and as of last check, Pacific Ocean Management operated the village, keeping it painted and the building space leased. Shoreline Village in Long Beach is another lease held by Gold Coast.
Shanghai Reds restaurant, El Torito' (Mexican), Angler's Choice and Sapori restaurants provide affordable fare and relaxing views of the harbor.