Burbank

Welcome to Burbank

Trendy neighborhoods with upbeat living

 

There is so much to love here in this hip, upbeat city. It is a close-knit community, inclusive of its own utility company and fire department. With Burbank being on the outskirts of Los Angeles, you get the ease of living close enough to the big city for all the amenities but far enough away to have some peace and quiet. Burbank offers views of the valley skyline, as it is situated along the Fernando Valley. The city boasts multiple options for authentic cuisine and shopping galore.
 

The climate for Burbank is described as cool and comfortable for the first third of the year, followed by some hot weather, and then the year finishes out with how it started, cool & comfortable weather. Home to the largest IKEA in the United States, classic car shows, and park nights out, this community is full of incredible shopping, dining, and entertainment. It also has its own utility companies, fire department, and school district, giving Burbank a tight-knit community feel in the midst of the larger city.

What to Love

  • Family-oriented
  • Own fire department and utility company
  • Hip, trendy neighborhoods
  • Multiple options for authentic cuisine
  • Largest IKEA in the U.S. 
  • Views of the valley skyline

Local Lifestyle

Burbank is the perfect city with family-oriented options but also an ideal place for singles, newlyweds, and retirees. This city is a highly desired place to live. Residents’ yards are pristinely landscaped, and homes are modernly built with a luxury feel throughout the whole city.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The best way for residents to enjoy the valley skyline is at The Castaway. Make a reservation or host an event here as this restaurant hits the list of top 50 best places for a date in the United States. Enjoy dry-aged meat, wine from the cellar, or a customized charcuterie board. 

 

Live music and private dining can be found at The Smokehouse. Be sure to try the blackened salmon Greek salad, a fan favorite! “Fuel not filler” is the motto at Poquito Mas, a local Mexican restaurant, with fresh food prepared every day from scratch. 

 

If a morning or afternoon pick me up helps you stay on top of the day, Priscilla's Coffee provides coffee, pastries, and smoothies. Tally Rand Coffee Shop is another local coffee delight, pairing a coffee shop and steak house; there really are endless possibilities here. Order a Moscow mule with a juicy medium filet mignon or enjoy a cold brewed espresso. 

 

You can also enjoy a pastry from Porto’s Bakery. They have the best of both worlds as you can eat in or order frozen to go for a get-together later in the week. 

Things to Do

Burbank is the home to major studios in Los Angeles, including Warner Brothers and Disney, which allows for many different places to see. Book a Warner Brothers studio tour for an informative tour unlike any other. 

 

Home of the double-decker burger resides here at Bob’s Big Boy. Not only is this place known for a bomb burger, but also the home of the Classic Car Show at Bob’s Big Boy every Friday. Make sure you top the night off with their famous thick milkshakes. 

 

Decorate or refresh your home with a day full of shopping at the largest IKEA in the United States. Magnolia Park Night Out has become the local hangout on the last Friday of every month, where you can enjoy over 50 shopping stores, food trucks, and live music. It is a Friday evening you don’t want to miss out on. 

Schools

Burbank has its own school district separate from the rest of the Los Angeles area. Burbank Unified School District is home to many incredible public schools for all grades.

 

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