Small town vibe in middle of LA.
Decent spot when it's a nice day
This is one of my all time fav places. Little oasis if LA and the homes are awesome! Text LKHOMES to 87778 to see for yourself! Its free!
Larchmont isn't Larchmont Village, a small shopping street within Windsor Square. Larchmont's borders are Arden, Melrose, Western, and Beverly. Don't report them as duplicates!
This street is now overrun with crass wannabes and white-collar criminals. I don't pass through anymore unless I have to.
Colin Marshall's look at the district
Cool spot to chill
it's probably best just to troll the surrounding neighborhood streets for parking. try north of Beverly.
Larchmont is not the same as Larchmont Village -- look a a map (Larchmont Village is south of these borders).
Sandwich from "all about the bread", but eaten on Larchmont
Awesome neighborhood vibe of mostly Mom and Pop shops with a smattering of chains. Low key atmosphere remains a local gathering spot instead of a tourist hangout. Sunday AM Farmers Market is nice too.
One of the best parts of LA, grab a sandwich at the Wine and Cheese store. You're welcome.
one of LA's hidden gems
Two decent spots to eat: Village Pizzeria & Larchmont Wine and Cheese
Definitely check out Larchmont Wine, Cheese & Spirits. Best Sandwiches around and a great selection of imported products!
great farmer's market
Park in the surrounding neighborhood it's free and you won't have to worry about hitting someone or someone hitting you!
Parking secret: underground city lot adjacent to Rite Aid. Always available spaces.
Sherlock, Jr. (Buster Keaton) encountered with traffic cop on Larchmont Blvd (near Beverly Blvd) in the film "Sherlock Jr." (1924).
Free 1 hr parking in the lot next to Rite Aid - just hit them up for validation when you're ready to get your car.
Great street for walking, shopping, dining, and people watching!
CA (Shop) - There's a great Everything-for-$15 women's clothing shop and a Crumbs cupcake shop - what more could you ask for?
Beware of the nutballs. There is always somebody trying to get you to sign or buy something. Some are cool, the others ...
Parking meters run on Sundays too! Always check the meter when you park.
Like living in an episode of "Cheers" - in this 'hood, everybody knows your name.
Molto carino con bei negozi