Goods for cooking, gathering, and living — daily essentials created and curated for our restaurants, brought together in a space two doors down from Gjusta.
Transforming our bakery's former dry goods storage space into a space to sell our handmade ceramics, locally-produced linens, favorite homewares, homemade pantry items, cooking staples, vintage clothing, and finds from our travels, Gjusta Goods remains an evolving space to share our favorite things with our community.
Our main line of ceramics and linens were designed in-house and are manufactured with local artisans, initially created for daily use in our restaurants.
Gjusta Goods Venice
Open Daily: 9AM - 6PM
324 Sunset Ave. Venice, CA 90291
Holiday Shipping Deadlines:
Thanks for respecting our small team who is working to package and ship everything out to arrive in time for gift giving! A friendly reminder that if you're looking to place an order to arrive before 12/25, our deadlines are:
Dec 10 with Ground Shipping
Dec 15 with Expedited Shipping
For orders of 10 or more gift boxes, please order by Dec. 4.
Note there might be a slight delay from the time of order to time of shipment, but our team will send tracking as soon as your parcel ships.
For any questions about what's in stock, to arrange a curbside pickup, or to inquire about adding Gjusta Goods ceramics, linens, or homewares onto a Gjusta Market order please call or email us.
324 Sunset Ave. Venice CA 90291
Our hospitality group based in Venice Beach, CA. Venice is home to our restaurants Gjelina, Gjusta, Valle, and GTA, and to our retail store Gjusta Goods. The Gjelina Foundation was formed with a focus to help improve our underserved local public schools by providing food and art education.
Named for founder Fran Camaj’s mother, Gjelina opened on Abbot Kinney Blvd in 2008 serving locally-sourced, produce-forward food.GJELINA
We opened Gjelina Take Away adjacent to Gjelina in 2011. Since then GTA has become a staple of the Abbot Kinney community.
Our ever-evolving bakery, deli, market, and cafe — opened in 2014 and named for Gjelina’s sister.
Our new restaurant from chefs Juan Hernandez of Gjelina and Pedro Aquino of MTN, inspired by upbringings in Oaxaca and Venice.
The Gjelina Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to improving education and vocational outcomes in Venice public schools.