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I’ve read about this L.A. neighborhood and wanted to see what it looked like in person. My husband and I drove (carefully and slowly) up the very narrow, curving streets from Los Feliz Boulevard up to the magnificent Mayan-inspired Ennis-Brown House designed by Frank Lloyd...More
Always has best movies as well as some artsy films. Both small and large screens, clean, modern theatre. Completely surrounded by at least 10 good places to eat. You can safely park in the neighborhood around Franklin or find plenty of pay parking or valet...More
What can you really say about a Starbucks Coffee? Starbucks is too coffee like McDonald's is too hamburgers: you can go to one anywhere on the planet and know that you can expect the same basic service and same basic product. The Starbucks on Vermont/Prospect...More
Visiting in Los Feliz is like a step back into the time when LA was a smaller more centrally located place. Nestled below Mt.nWilson and home to various little shops, boutiques and restaurants, it's a fun area to visit and leisurely explore and visit. Also...More
This wonderful quirky little neighborhood wedged between Hollywood and Glendale has something to offer everyone. There is a great independent bookstore, artisan food stores, vintage clothing and an amazing French restaurant. Parking is awful.
We stayed at the Hollywood Hotel which is located at the border of Los Feliz. We had dinner in this neighborhood every night. Too bad that only the last day we just kinda strolled there in the afternoon to find out its got plenty of...More