Considered one of the first suburbs in Los Angeles, there’s a touch of Mr. Rogers-style optimism and creativity in the homey streets of Highland Park, with eclectic music venues like Hi Hat, cocktail and craft beer chill spot Block Party, and a diverse collection of family-owned businesses going back generations. You’ll fall in love with craftsman style homes, bungalows, and historic homes.
Otoño (@Otonola) is a cozy, Spanish-inspired restaurant exploring tapas and paella beyond tradition located on Fig in Highland Park in the Frank's Camera Building. Perfect for a date night! Be sure to try the Mariscos paella which TimeOut LA recently rated as one of the best dishes in LA in 2018. So good!
It’s a good day to be civil. Civil Coffee () on Figueroa truly elevates coffee drinking to a whole other level. Savor a cup in their cool coffee shop.
The Highland Park Bowl () is truly a Los Angeles GEM. It was established in 1927 during the midst of prohibition. The building originally housed doctors’ offices on the 2nd floor, a pharmacy, music store , and recreation space. It evolved into a music venue hosting local artists of various genres.
Awesome Playground (@theawesomeplayground) is…well, awesome! If you have kids 8 or under, Awesome is a great place for play dates or parties. An all day pass is $10 and the staff and community are the sweetest. They also offer an academy for pre-school and a parents night out on select Friday nights.
Our love shows in the fact that we consistently place in the top tier of our office at Keller Williams, and have been awarded numerous accolades for our volume of production.