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Posted by Anonymous on 2011-08-12
Im a New Yorker, a Brooklynite to be exact. We are a discerning breed of travelers.
In a new town (in this case Santa Monica) the first thing I look for is a really good cafe. That cafe becomes how I learn the community. It has to be clean, welcoming, h
Posted by Connie on 2008-09-29
The food was a nostalgic reminder of Caracas: arepas and fresh jugos. The service was a bit sullen, left no napkins, and didn't clean the table. But the food wil lure me back.
Posted by Diego Velasco on 2007-03-18
Cafe Bolivar is the best place to escape that doesn't need a passport. The staff is friendly, great art work, books that you can burrow and most importantly great food and coffee.
They make the best Arepas (venezuelan typical dish) right in front of yo
Posted by allykinz on 2007-03-18
food is good
Posted by sawubona on 2007-02-11
great to see a place like this in a little neighborhood coming alive and not (yet) dominated by ghastly chain stores and overpriced yuppie palors.
Posted by Erik on 2006-10-03
We love Cafe Bolivar. Long live the independent. Very local crowd. Small but good menu.
Posted by Nora on 2006-07-16
This unassuming corner of Ocean Park Blvd and 18th Street in Santa Monica has astonishingly good food and a relaxing atmosphere. It appears to have developed a substantial following in its two year history and was crowded at lunchtime with locals and Ven