A hip urban neighborhood at the base of Griffith Park
Los Feliz never has a shortage of places to see and things to do. Clothed in world-famous architecture, this city is the perfect place to live. Residents love the quietness of the chic, close-knit community but are also smitten with the proximity to downtown Los Angeles. There is a place here for everyone. Take in the serenity of Griffith Park, or shop at Los Feliz Village, a commercial district that incorporates a strip of fine dining, boutiques, and a single-screen movie theater.
This eclectic community is full of young professionals and families, mixed with long-time residents who’ve seen the growth of this neighborhood throughout the years. Homes are built with lots of character, and residents typically have cape cod, Mediterranean, or Tuscan-style homes beautifully situated on a small plot of land. Cascading palm trees and the hills of Griffith Park rise above the neighborhood to meet the sunny, blue sky.
Many creatives and artists find solace here. Its location near the 5 makes it convenient for getting Downtown or driving down Sunset toward Hollywood or the 101. While it’s convenient to get to most places from Los Feliz, residents have everything they want at their fingertips, with homes nestled near many shopping plazas, restaurants, and parks, allowing for a quick drive or an evening walk to wherever your heart desires.
The Dresden Room has vaulted ceilings allowing for the nights of live music to be crisp and full. The mouthwatering New Zealand rack of lamb served with an iceberg wedge makes you dream of revisiting this lounge bar.
If a Hawaiian feel is what you are craving, be sure to try the Bayanihan. Tiki-Ti offers this original drink, their own personal spin on a piña colada. Known for its vintage wooden bar, Little Doms is the local neighborhood restaurant with Italian-American cuisine. Go here for weekend brunch or a Monday night supper.
Reserve a table to guarantee your spot at La Pergoletta, an Italian restaurant with traditional-style rustic dishes. The cannellini salad with Italian cannellini beans on a bed of spinach, with red onion, San Marzano tomatoes, and celery is so delicious and refreshing.
Hike the Bronson Caves, Fern Dell, or sign up for notifications for the Greek Theatre to be able to snag that ticket for the show you’ve been dying to see. All of this is situated at Griffith Park. With over 4,200 acres of woodlands, attractions, and picnic areas, the park hosts multiple attractions with availability that suits every career and lifestyle. Whether you take the family or visit yourself, the LA Zoo has all kinds of wildlife, botanical gardens, and rainforests galore.
Los Feliz’s eclectic culture allows for many exquisite stores and boutiques. Sumi’s is a destination for one-of-a-kind jewelry, bags, and shadow boxes. Take a look at their gold-wrapped pearl wire earrings, aquamarine ring, and unique home decor. Soap/Plant Wacko designs hand soaps, graphics, and movie figurines. Shop high fashion brands such as Smock and Bazaar at Mohawk General Store.
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