Eagle Rock is a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California with a population of 39,052. Eagle Rock is in Los Angeles County and is one of the best places to live in California. Living in Eagle Rock offers residents an urban feel and most residents own their homes. In Eagle Rock there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Eagle Rock and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Eagle Rock are above average.
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Eagle Rock Reviews
Eagle Rock is a vibrant, hip neighborhood that is currently in a state of change. Gentrification has changed the face of Eagle Rock, for better or for worse. While gentrification has caused displacement, it has also created a space for artists and small businesses. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a neighborhood with lots to do that still feels residential, or wants to be in a creative space. It's just important to remember how that space was created.
Its a very sweet small area with lots of great little coffee shops and vintage stores. Its super diverse and there are many great restaurants and different cuisines that are all very delicious and friendly. The people are very kind, its a great area for families, as there are many good schooling options in the area, and there are beautiful houses and parks near by.
This is one of LA's half-hidden hamlets, small enough to maintain much of its old identity, big enough to sustain a lot of vitality and an abundance of unique locations (Casabianca Pizza, Cindy's, Tritch's, Oinkster, The Italian Bakery, Cafe Beaujolais, Red Herring). I'm lucky to live here.