West Hollywood Neighborhood Guide
Discover Things to Do in WeHo
It may be part of Los Angeles, but West Hollywood (WeHo) is an independent city in its own right. There’s no better place to stay than right on the iconic Sunset Strip, situated perfectly between famous Beverly Hills and the equally-famous Hollywood theaters. Upscale and chic, stay at AKA West Hollywood to experience the trendiest side of Los Angeles.
Where to Eat in West Hollywood
For thin-crust pizza and homemade pasta, head to Serafina Sunset. Take one of the popular sidewalk seats to take in the sights and feel like a WeHo local. At Eveleigh Restaurant, a menu of farm-to-table plates are inspired by European country cooking. Don’t miss the fresh heirloom tomatoes and burrata, spinach and feta, or crispy farro salad. In Sunset Plaza, Obicà Mozzarella Bar offers the freshest buffalo mozzarella and traditional Italian dishes.
Serafina Sunset: 8768 Sunset Boulevard
Eveleigh Restaurant: 8752 Sunset Boulevard
Obicà Mozzarella Bar: 8630 Sunset Boulevard
Shopping in West Hollywood
The low-slung buildings of Sunset Plaza is a unique place in the urban fabric of West Hollywood. Spend an afternoon shopping at Badgley Mischka, Oliver Peoples, and Zadig & Voltaire. Fred Segal’s flagship store is located just steps from AKA West Hollywood, as is popular streetwear brand KITH.
Sunset Plaza: 8623 Sunset Boulevard
Fred Segal: 8500 Sunset Boulevard
KITH: 8500 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood Museums and Art Galleries
The expansive Pacific Design Center (PDC) is the epicenter of the design community in West Hollywood. Explore lectures, screenings, and exhibitions. Enjoy a self-guided tour of the Greystone Mansion, a Tudor Revival mansion built in 1928. Considered to be one of California’s most luxurious residences after the Hearst Castle, the mansion’s staircase is one of the most famous sets in Hollywood.
Pacific Design Center: 8687 Melrose Avenue
Greystone Mansion: 905 Loma Vista Drive
Outdoor Activities in West Hollywood
Don’t miss the views from Runyon Canyon Park, famous for its landmark hiking trails and sweeping Los Angeles city views.
Runyon Canyon Park: 2000 N. Fuller Avenue