FIG Santa Monica | Santa Monica | American, French, New American | Restaurant
Garcia's menu is mostly in the straightforward, French-tinged, organic-casual style we have come to associate with dining on the Westside, with nods toward both the big-meat guys and the Gaia-worshipping yoga folk. And cocktails made with farmers market produce turn out to be pretty good.

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