Los Angeles Neighborhood Guide

Often known by its initials L.A, the city was founded on September 4, 1781, by Spanish governor Felipe de Neve. Los Angeles is the center of the nation’s film and television industry. Whether you’re a culture vulture or outdoorsy type, there’s more than enough in the city to keep you busy.


Best Shopping spots

Coffee Shops We Love

Health Ceramics | 7525 Beverly Blvd

Skingraft | 767 S Alameda St

Apolis | 806 E 3rd St

Not So General | 7209 Santa Monica Blvd

BOWLS | 311 E 1st St

The Grove 

The Beverly Center

Rodeo Drive

Citadel Outlets

Alfred | 8428 Melrose Pl

BrewWell | 6515 Sunset Blvd 

Stumptown Coffee Roasters | 806 S  Santa Fe Ave

Endorffeine | 727 N Broadway

Groundwork Coffee | 1501 N Cahuenga Blvd

Assembly | 634 N Roberston Blvd

Groundwork Coffee | 811 Traction Ave

Places to Visit

Best Restaurants


Griffith Observatory 

Museum Of Contemporary Art

The Getty Center

FIDM Museum and Galleries 

Santa Monica Pier

The Getty Villa 

Grand Central Market

Third Street Promenade 

Universal Studios/City Walk

Runyon Canyon 

Broad Museum

The Flower District

Disneyland Resort

Musso & Franklin Grill  | 6667 Hollywood Blvd 

Katana | 8430 Sunset Blvd 

Q Sushi | 521 W 7th St 

Gracias Madre | 8905 Melrose Ave

Broken Spanish | 1050 S. Flower St 

Night + Market | 9041 Sunset Blvd 

Pikunico | 767 S Alameda St 

Saddle Ranch | 8371 Sunset Blvd

Hayato | 1320 E 7th St