On a clear day, one of the best views of Los Angeles skyline & view of the Hollywood sign.
If you are looking for an escape in the middle of the city head over to Kenneth Hahn Park early in the morning before they start charging for entry. Amenities ... BASEBALL FIELDS ... SOCCER FIELDS ... PICNIC TABLES ... CHILDREN'S PLAY AREAS ... COMMUNITY CENTERS ... RESTROOMS ... BARBECUE ..…
Great views and awesome trails nearby! This area, also known as the "Black Beverly Hills," is one of the top 5 most affluent black neighborhoods in the US. fun fact: the neighboring Ladera Heights is also on that list.
“Highly recommend for first timers to LA. On a clear day you can see the entire Westside from here. Drive to the top and park for a fee $10 or park on the street for free and take the stairs for a great workout. Views include the Hollywood sign, downtown, the ocean, Sony picture studios. Enjoy!”
“Great local brunch spot (1 mile away). Southern with a twist brunch menu with a bottomless option. I haven’t had anything I didn’t love from post and beam. ”
Light Rail Station
“La Cienega/Jefferson is an elevated light rail station in the Los Angeles County Metro Rail system. It is located at the intersection of La Cienega Boulevard and Jefferson Boulevard in Los Angeles. This station is served by the Expo Line and travels from Santa Monica to downtown LA. ”
“This is one of our favorite spots for breakfast. It is never crowded, and the food is delicious. Plus, they tolerate my four boys. Sometimes, they even bring us cookies!”