Nestled between Hollywood Hills and Universal City, with easy access to Burbank, West Hollywood and Studio City, Thirty Four Fifty West opens its gates (literally) to the very best of Los Angeles.
For a glimpse into life in one of our live-work townhomes, we invite you on an informal tour of your future neighborhood with us. Below, explore our residents’ favorite places to eat, explore and shop near Thirty Four Fifty West.
All Time – Los Feliz
Coffee, breakfast, lunch & dinner
Marketplace open all day
Its versatility is what earns All Time the title of one of our favorite eateries of all time. This Los Feliz locale functions as a coffee shop, specialty bakery, marketplace and pizza restaurant—and they do it all so well. Expect comfort food, mixed with a little LA flair.
Sugarfish – Hollywood
Sushi, sashimi & rolls
With 11 locations in Los Angeles and 3 in New York, Sugarfish brings fresh, inspired delicacies based on famed chef Kazunori Nozawa’s style of sushi. Sugarfish For those wanting an upscale dining experience at home, Sugarfish has perfected takeout sushi with their to-go “Trust Me” meals—each featuring a chef-selected assortment of edamame, sashimi, sushi and rolls.
HomeState – Hollywood
Tex-Mex eats for breakfast, lunch & dinner
Texas natives and lovers of Tex-Mex cuisine flock to HomeState’s Hollywood location for breakfast tacos (choose from 10 varieties), chips & queso and boozy margaritas. Thirty Four Fifty West resident, fine art photographer Lyle Owerko loves taking his son here to sit outside and watch the traffic go by as they eat.
Firefly – Studio City
Dinner & cocktails
Firefly specializes in the art of the romantic night out. Their mesmerizing atmosphere is paired with culinary delights for a truly memorable dining experience. Indulge in craft cocktails, rich entrées and late-night desserts—best enjoyed under twinkling lights on their outdoor patio.
Ca’ Del Sole – Toluca Lake
Italian food, open for lunch & dinner
Winner of many awards from OpenTable, Tripadvisor and Yelp, Ca’ Del Sole is definitively one of Los Angeles’s best Italian restaurants. Owner Rodolfo Costella hails from Venice, Italy—while head chef Davide Gizzoni draws inspiration from a multigenerational culinary legacy. Their electric pairing manifests as unforgettable dishes.
Theme park & shopping destination
Though the theme park is currently closed due to COVID-19, Universal Studios is a top LA destination—especially for families and residents with out-of-town visitors. Notable attractions include the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the world-famous studio tour and Voodoo Doughnut (of Portland, OR fame).
Popular hiking trails
Despite jokes made about its popularity, Runyon Canyon offers a lot more than possible celebrity sightings. A moderate 2.6-mile loop comprises this 160-acre park—whose vistas offer expansive views of Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. The trail is accessible year-round and is dog-friendly (with dogs being allowed off leash in certain areas).
Outdoor music & entertainment venue
Coming up on its 100th anniversary in 2022, the Hollywood Bowl is an iconic music and entertainment venue in Hollywood. Performances range from solo musicians to full-production musicals to the famed LA Phil orchestra and much more.
Expansive wilderness area + landmark observatory
Located between I-5 and SR-134, Griffith Park is one of the largest municipal parks in the United States. This vast natural area is made up of untouched terrain, as well as landscaped parkland and picnic areas. Visitors enjoy biking, camping, golf, horseback riding, swimming and more. It’s also home to the highly frequented Griffith Observatory—an interactive museum with various exhibits on space exploration and observation. Unfortunately, the Griffith Observatory and parts of the park are currently closed due to COVID-19.
Modern art museum in the Miracle Mile district of Los Angeles
Fun Fact: Los Angeles has more museums per capita than any other city in the world. While our residents enjoy many of LA’s museums, LACMA happens to be one of the most well known—and it’s just minutes away from Thirty Four Fifty West. The exhibitions are ever-changing and showcase artists from around the globe, spanning years of expression.
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