Welcome to Los Feliz
Central hub for creatives
Historic hillside Los Feliz is a haven for the creative and ambitious. For decades, this neighborhood has attracted artists, musicians, and actors, among other young and established professionals. Los Feliz is conveniently located near a plethora of arts and cultural facilities that promise a packed schedule, whether you’ve got tickets to a musical at Rockwell Table & Stage or want to bask in the golden hour at Griffith Observatory before stargazing. Because Los Feliz is curled against the base of Griffith Park, residents have ample access to outdoor activities, and its central location in Los Angeles makes it a breeze to navigate the city. Los Feliz is also home to an abundance of inspired eateries, historic bars, and boutique shops. Homes here range from dazzling mansions to chic apartments, and the area accommodates a myriad of living styles.
What to Love
- Central location
- Breezy bars and bustling boutiques
- Culinary craftsmanship
- Timeless historic architecture
- Retreat into nature at Griffith Park
People & Lifestyle
Los Feliz is as historic as it is hipster. This creative hub has attracted people in the industry since Walt Disney. With tree-lined streets, affluent residents, and an undeniable charm, Los Feliz is favored by motivated dreamers from all walks of life.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
This neighborhood’s vibrant culinary scene has a little bit of everything on the menu. Start your day at All Time, a retro-inspired espresso bar with checkerboard floors and enough caffeine to keep you going all day. Enjoy intimate Italian dining at Little Dom’s, where every dish is crafted to perfection. At luxurious Cara Hotel, Cara Restaurant is a haute destination for elegantly plated Californian fares that are lovingly crafted with locally-sourced ingredients. La Pergoletta is a neighborhood trattoria complete with red gingham tablecloths, a dimly-lit ambiance, and mouthwateringly fresh pasta. Trendy hipster hotspot Alcove Cafe brings fresh ingredients and artisanal baked goods to the table, while Messhall Kitchen makes modern American cuisine accessible. Iconic and historic Figaro Bistrot is a French cornerstone of Los Feliz’s culinary landscape.
In addition to its dreamy assortment of restaurants, Los Feliz boasts a myriad of eclectic boutiques, such as Spitfire Girl, Soap Plant / Wacko, and Cherry Pick Vintage.
Things to Do
Between day hikes and nightclubs, your days will be fully-packed in Los Feliz. Sprawling Griffith Park is an incredible amenity for Los Feliz residents. Whether you’re hiking the Ferndell Trail, picnicking, or horseback riding, this park is the perfect place to get some fresh air in the heart of the city. Take a walk through the neighborhood and cross the historic Shakespeare Bridge, which was built in 1926 and named after the historic English playwright, which is suiting for this industry-focused enclave. Built in 1923, Vista Theater is a Los Feliz staple. This single-screen movie theater still boasts vintage charisma with its velvet curtains, Art Deco accents, and neon marquee. For musical productions that will have you laughing out loud, grab tickets to Rockwell Table & Stage. Raise a glass at The Dresden Room, a lavish homage to years past that has been family-owned and operated since 1954.
Los Feliz boasts numerous educational opportunities that both challenge and engage its students. A few of the most noteworthy academic facilities in the area include:
- Los Feliz Charter School for the Arts, K-5
- John Marshall Senior High School, 9-12
- International School of Los Angeles, PK-12