A great community full of nice coffee shops and restaurants. Close to Highland Park, Pasadena, Glendale.
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Although this place has a large and wonderful variety of cheese, they make the Most tasty and delicious sandwiches. From time to time they will have special events where they have a wine and cheese night, craving the cheese demonstration. If I had the time I would definitely come here daily for lunch. Don't forget to get a stylish apron,... More
Food Trip in EagleRock and Sorrounding/s For breakfast, it's a tie between "Little Flower Cafe" Home of Sea Salt Caramel included in 99 Food To Eat Before You Die In LA) / Kristine has the Best Almond Croissant bar none(be there early bec. It's always sold out/& Olive oil flavored cake (baked goods /scones /pastries/cookies/Marshmallows) and/or "Auntie Emm's" featured... More
Center for the Arts Eagle Rock, formerly known as the Eagle Rock Branch Library and the Eagle Rock Community Cultural Center, is a historic Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival style building . It offers the community fine arts gallery space, art workshops, as well as screenings of music videos and music festivals. We attended an exhibition for "Friends of... More
It’s funny that this is listed as an attraction or thing to do in LA. It’s a neighborhood and quite a decent one at that. It is quaint with many hills. I know there are a lot of Armenians here and my friend lives but that’s about all I know of this place.
This is not a location, just a neighborhood but with some history. I understand it was the first neighborhood added to LA. It did not get a freeway enterance because Marlon Brando's mother was living here & wanted the place to remain peaceful. It worked as there are still lots of people who never heard of Eagle Rock around here.... More