Restaurants on the Santa Monica Pier

The Santa Monica Pier has many great restaurants, treat shops, and food carts. Places to eat include the Pacific Park dining plaza and the many sit-down restaurants along the Pier. You can also grab a quick snack from one of the carts and quick service food stalls.

Basketball game at amusement park on the Santa Monica Pier

Burger, salad, hot dog and fries from Beach Burger on the Santa Monica Pier

Beach Burger

Serving California classic cuisine including made-to-order burgers, hot dogs, and our famous crinkle fries. Breakfast burritos and breakfast sandwiches are also served each morning starting at 9 AM.

Exterior of Pacific Wheel Pizza Company restaurant on the Santa Monica Pier

Pacific Wheel Pizza Company

Specializing in 9” personal pizzas made-to-order hot and fresh. Pizza Company also serves bread sticks and wings.

Ice Blended drink from the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Home of the original Ice Blended, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is open daily and serves hot coffee and specialty teas, as well as a selection of fresh pastries and treats.

Exterior of Scoops Ice Cream on the Santa Monica Pier

Scoops Ice Cream and Treats

From hand-dipped ice cream, banana splits, sundaes and shakes, Scoops Ice Cream and Treats has a delicious selection of frozen desserts and fun snacks. Proudly serving Lappert’s premium ice cream.

Picture of Funnel cake with ice cream on top

Funnel Cakes

The place to get Pacific Park’s fresh made funnel cakes. Funnel cakes are made from frying hot batter from a funnel and topped with strawberries, whipped cream, or even a scoop of your favorite ice cream.

Wetzel's Pretzels cart on the Santa Monica Pier

Wetzel’s Pretzels

The best things in life are fresh and Wetzel’s bakes all their pretzels fresh from scratch every day! Try one with an ice-cold lemonade.

Popcornopolis Airstream trailer on the Santa Monica Pier


Served from their unique, customized Airstream trailer, Popcornopolis offers premium popcorn flavored in a variety of savory, sweet, savory-and-sweet, and seasonal delicacies.

Cup of Dippin' Dots rainbow ice cream

Dippin’ Dots

Made by flash-freezing ice cream in liquid nitrogen, Dippin’ Dots have been a fun way to enjoy ice cream since the mid-nineteen 80’s when they were first declared “The Ice Cream of the Future.”

Image of popcorn, cotton candy, and churros

Snack and Treat Carts

Throughout Pacific Park, you can find vendors offering fun snacks like cotton candy, hot dogs, and fresh-popped popcorn.

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