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The Galley
2442 Main St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
The Galley is Santa Monica's oldest restaurant. Around since 1934, it is considered a historic landmark as well as aMore classic neighborhood haunt. Owned and operated by Ron Schur and his wife Camille, this spot is known for its steak platters and seafood pasta dishes, such as Shrimp Diablo and Linguini with Clams. It even serves platters for two, which seems to make it a popular date night spot.
Phillips Chapel CME Church
2001 4th St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Phillips Chapel CME Church has graced 4th and Colorado for more than a century. When it was built in 1909, it was theMore only church in Santa Monica used exclusively by African-Americans. It recently became a historic landmark because of its significance in Santa Monica's African-American community. Though it ha been used as a school and meeting lodge at times, it is now a house of worship and Bible study once again. Come by on a Sunday morning and you may find Reverand U.L. Butts leading the choir in a hymn.
Sculpture Foundation
2525 Michigan Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90404

The Sculpture Foundation, located in the famous Bergamot Station Arts Center in Santa Monica., is a privateMore foundation that provides sculptures from over 130 artists (valued at over $34 million) to communities throughout the United States and the world. The organization is passionate about providing exhibitions and contemporary landmark public artworks to municipal centers, small towns, state parks and art institutions.



American Motel
1243 Lincoln Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401
With pretty palm trees outside, the American Motel on Lincoln Blvd. in Santa Monica is a deal for those looking to saveMore money or to stay in simple lodging. The front desk is located on the street, with the motel located in the back above the parking lot. The motel offers private bathrooms, beds and televisions as well as telephones. A soda machine is located on the premises. The motel is within walking distance to many Santa Monica landmarks, including the pier and Third Street Promenade.
Chez Jay Restaurant
1657 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Legendary Chez Jay, est. 1959, is a Santa Monica Historical Landmark located on Ocean Avenue across from the Pier. KnownMore for its steaks, fresh seafood, generous drinks and comfortable atmosphere, Chez Jay is one of the best celebrity hideaway taverns in all LA. With peanut shells on the floor and its famous jukebox playing, Chez Jay is a place to soak up stories, enjoy a great meal, and have a good time.
California Heritage Museum
2612 Main St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Built in 1894 for Roy Jones, son of Santa Monica's founder, Sen. John Jones, this landmark building opened as a museumMore in 1980. In addition to a permanent collection that features historic photographs and decorative arts, the Heritage Museum presents special exhibits focusing on California artists and artisans. The real star of this collection is the 1894 Victorian house the museum occupies. The interior has been beautifully restored to represent four decades of design.
Carousel Cafe
1604 Ocean Front Walk, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Carousel Cafe is a mom-and-pop hamburger stand that makes a fantastic burger (the bacon burger is as good as it gets),More complements it with a generous portion of fries (steak salt is available at the window). Other selections include steak sandwiches, hotdogs, ice cream, frozen bananas, shake and malts, there are also many Mexican selections available. This beachfront food stand has been a Santa Monica landmark for many years and provides tasty food and the counter servers are sweet and attentive.  There is a large paid parking near the stand and the beach.