Shrimp and grits at Eagle Rock Brewery Public House

Where to Eat in Eagle Rock


Liz Ohanesian

When in Eagle Rock, make sure you eat. This L.A. neighborhood is well-known for its mom-and-pop eateries that range from local institutions to foodie hot spots. Here, you'll find a wide variety of cuisines and plenty of restaurants that offer vegetarian options as well as joints that make serving locally-sourced and seasonal ingredients part of their mission. Whether you're in Eagle Rock for brunch or dinner, here are ten great neighborhood dining spots.

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Shop Eagle Rock!


Liz Ohanesian

Eagle Rock's retail scene is a must-visit for anyone looking for unusual keepsakes from your trip to Los Angeles. The neighborhood's fun and unusual collection of shops pop up in clusters on Eagle Rock and Colorado Blvds. Here you'll find small boutiques emphasizing the local, the indie, the handmade and the vintage. Take a walk and bring your wallet. You never know what will catch your eye when you're shopping in Eagle Rock.

There's a Shop For Everyone at Westfield Topanga & The Village


Discover Los Angeles

Whether looking for a special gift from the likes of Gucci, Tiffany & Co., or Anthropologie, or you just need to grab a few staples from Target, there’s something at Westfield Topanga and the Village for everyone. Tidying up? It’s time to trade your discarded clothing in for rewards through their Refashion the Future program. Read on for more ways to shop an unforgettable experience.

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The New L.A. Almanac: Summer 2017


Souris Hong

School’s out and summer is finally here! Celebrate the return of beach weather and flip flops with an insider’s peek into what to wear, see, do, hear and eat during our favorite - and some say, endless - season.

June 2017 News & Notes


Discover Los Angeles

The ultimate guide to summer is here! The new Discover L.A. app is a sleek digital pocket guide packed with rich content tailored for you to explore the best of Los Angeles. Built in partnership with the Los Angeles County Arts Commission and funded in part by a grant from Metro, the app delivers personalized content based on weather, time and location. Visitors and locals alike can easily hop around the city by clicking “get me there,” which will populate transit options including bike, car and Metro. There’s also seasonal scavenger hunts to encourage urban exploration, kicking off with an ice cream-themed crawl of some the best parlors throughout Los Angeles.

Additional features include:
• Daily events highlighted throughout L.A. County
• Find locations featured in film and television
• Locate the closest, free WiFi locations
• Itineraries based on weather, time and distance
• Discover hotel accommodations by neighborhood
• Create a passport to save your favorite locations.

For more information, please visit Discover LA App

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What to Eat During dineL.A. Exclusive Series Summer 2017


Joshua Lurie

dineL.A. returns for the 19th time from July 14-28, 2017, and the biannual food event is continuing with a luxurious initiative: Exclusive Series. Chefs are featuring signature dishes and a large number of creative plates that you haven’t seen before, resulting in high end, high value meals. Discover special menus at 18 of L.A.’s finest restaurants.


Tiki-Ti: The Story of an L.A. Icon


Mo Herms

Covered in signed placards from friends and legends, draped in glowing pufferfish and tiki lamps, and filled with art from masters in the tiki scene, it’s always a party at the Tiki-Ti.