Los Feliz has been home to many actors, musicians, artists and entertainment elite. homes became a hot commodity after the release of the movie “Swingers”. is famous for
The result is that with its beautiful homes and easy access to many dining and nightlife options, recreation and cultural activities make it ideal for any homeowner whatever their station in life.
And Griffith Park is acclaimed both for its size and ruggedness.
The neighborhood is named after its colonial Spanish-Mexican land grantee José Vicente Feliz
Atwater Village, on the southeast by Silver Lake, on the south by East Hollywood and on the northwest by Hollywood and Hollywood Hills.
Here’s a fun fact about Los Feliz…Mickey Mouse was “born” here. Walt Disney drew his first images of his famous character just off of Vermont Avenue.
Griffith Park Los Angeles Zoo, golfing, baseball, tennis, biking, hiking, so much more. Open 6 am to 10 pm daily. The largest municipal park with urban wilderness area in the United States!
Griffith Observatory & Planetarium See all the stars of Hollywood!
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, 1922 Barnsdall Art Park, free Shakespeare under the summer stars, too! 4800 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Feliz Street Fair Performers, exhibits, food, eco-friendly! Vermont Ave. between Franklin and Hollywood Blvd. Yearly in June.
Alcove Café Baked goods. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1929 Hillhurst Ave.
Full service restaurant with bar, patio, courtyard and lounge. Nightly entertainment. 2138 Hillhurst Ave.
Tapas, cabaret, Flamenco dinner theater. Free Monday garage comedy. 4212 Sunset Blvd.
Eclectic mix of new and vintage women’s clothing and accessories. 1764 N. Vermont Ave.