Los Feliz Reviews
Rating 4.14 out of 5 28 reviews
This is the best area in Los Angeles! The vibe is much more relaxed than other areas. There's so much to do (pre-covid). It has a hometown feel inside a big city.
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Los Feliz is a great community for young, creative individuals. There is beautiful pieces of art in the form of painting and murals everywhere you turn. Los Feliz is politically aware - with Black Lives Matter support displayed on every other home. Though, despite all that is great about the neighborhood, the roads need to be repaired, as most are pretty run down.
cool neighborhood full of lots of awesome things to do see eat and drink - highly recommend all who can visit here
Los Feliz is a great inner-city neighborhood. Los Angeles can feel overwhelming. However, Los Feliz is located at the foothills of the Hollywood and Los Feliz Hills, so it feels separated from the rest of the busy city. Griffith Park gives the neighborhood a nice relaxing vibe. There aren't any huge attractions, which keeps it calmer than other neighborhoods, relatively speaking. There is a vintage movie theater, a few bars, an amazing bookshop and of course plenty of coffee. There's still plenty of side-street traffic-- that's the nature of living in the city. But overall, a wonderful area (and my favorite) in Los Angeles proper.
Great Neighborhood but this site got it wrong. Los Feliz is very safe and nice and definitely shouldn’t only be 32nd on best neighborhoods in LA. I think its the best!
It is a very peaceful and nice place. I sometimes go to see a movie in Los Feliz theater, a very cheap and nice theater. It has many restaurants, but they are a bit expensive. So, I usually go eat somewhere else.
I've lived in Los Feliz my whole life, it's 'my little bubble'. It feels like a safe oasis within the big, hectic city of Los Angeles. I can feel safe going out with my friends in Los Feliz. I love that there's always somewhere to go or something to do. I especially enjoy the people of Los Feliz; the baristas at my favorite coffee spot, the families who live in the area, and especially the friends I've made. If there is one thing I could change it would be the homelessness problem. Los Feliz has a lot of homelessness because it is a nice area with lots of sympathetic people and places people feel safe. Since the city doesn't do a great job of trying to solve this issue, I think community members need to take on the responsibility of finding the solution.
Lived in this area since the early eighties, it has cleaned up a lot but really nothing encridibly special about it. Theres a lot of bars and restaurants full of want to be actors that have moved in from other states. Everyone trys to look fashionable/different but everyone looks the same. Traffic is a mess and parking sucks. The soul has been robbed from this part of the city, there are very few true Angelinos left in the area.
It's awesome. Great food, nice restaurants. The city is very walkable and good amenities in surrounding areas. I like the area and people and businesses are out at night and create a great place to live.
Walking friendly environment. Many shops and stores nearby. Plenty of activities that are free and/or low-cost. Easy to get around with mass-transit, bus and metro. Great location to neighboring towns with close high-way access. Schools, hospitals, and fire department are all here, and many services anyone could need without having to look elsewhere. Griffith Park has plenty of trails for outdoor activities and there are many places to go that are pet friendly. So many cafe's for coffee lovers and historic movie theaters that are cheap and comfy! Rent prices are consistently growing and are probably a bit more expensive than average. Like much of LA, there's a number of homeless people. Overall, very safe and enjoyable location for all different walks of life.
Most Fun neighborhood in LA. Always something to go see, do, or eat. Great shops, great coffee, Barnsdall park is a simple, perfect Sunday if you stop by Homestate first for the best breakfast tacos in town. Lil Dom's is a low- pressure celeb haunt and Go Get 'em tiger is excellent people watching around brunch time everyday. Affordability continues to nose dive, due to this becoming the most desirable neighborhood east of Hollywood.
It is a wonderful community opened to a local theater, many shops and restaurants, a book store, the post office, an elementary school and a church.
Los Feliz is a beautiful residential neighborhood. Cute restaurants and shops, and walking distance to Griffith Park! A small town feel within an enormous bustling city.
The location was bonkers Los Felix Blvd, Riverside Drive and I-5 all in the same area. You have people trying to get to Griffith Park, the Observatory, the Zoo and The Greek Theater ask oh the same vicinity.
Los Feliz is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles. It has stayed contemporary and thriving despite attempts at Gentrification. Family restaurants and shops within walking distance.
Close to Griffith Park hiking, great movie theater and shopping, plus two completely vegan restaurants and more vegan options available.