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Silverlake & Echo Park

Silverlake & Echo Park
Welcome to the hipster paradise neighborhoods on the Eastside of Silverlake and Echo Park. You will find an endless selection of trendy boutiques, restaurants, and coffee shops along Sunset Blvd. If you're new to LA, this is a great area to explore on foot.
Located in the middle of Silverlake, Intelligentsia is a coffee roaster and coffee shop. There's indoor and outdoor seating and it's a nice spot to hang out if you need a place to work. The coffee shop is always busy though. Cafe Stella is located next door. Pick up organic roasted, fair trade coffee beans if you want to brew at home. Try the iced Angeleno if you need a strong caffeine jolt.
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Intelligentsia Coffee Silver Lake Coffeebar
3922 Sunset Boulevard
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Located in the middle of Silverlake, Intelligentsia is a coffee roaster and coffee shop. There's indoor and outdoor seating and it's a nice spot to hang out if you need a place to work. The coffee shop is always busy though. Cafe Stella is located next door. Pick up organic roasted, fair trade coffee beans if you want to brew at home. Try the iced Angeleno if you need a strong caffeine jolt.
It's a wonder how Burrito King has survived the gentrification of Echo Park so far. This no nonsense Mexican takeout spot is located on the busy intersection of Sunset and Alvarado. They serve food till 3 AM.
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Burrito King
2109 Sunset Boulevard
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It's a wonder how Burrito King has survived the gentrification of Echo Park so far. This no nonsense Mexican takeout spot is located on the busy intersection of Sunset and Alvarado. They serve food till 3 AM.
Located within walking distance of the Silverlake Resevoir and dog park. This busy coffee shop has lots of indoor seating and has a pleasant ambiance.
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LAMILL COFFEE Boutique
1636 Silver Lake Boulevard
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Located within walking distance of the Silverlake Resevoir and dog park. This busy coffee shop has lots of indoor seating and has a pleasant ambiance.
There are two large reservoirs with a walking/jogging path, park, and dog park. It's really beautiful at sunset and the area is very safe and residential. It's a nice place to relax or go on a run at any time of day or night.
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Silver Lake Reservoir
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There are two large reservoirs with a walking/jogging path, park, and dog park. It's really beautiful at sunset and the area is very safe and residential. It's a nice place to relax or go on a run at any time of day or night.
This is a smaller park in Echo Park with fountains and swan shaped paddle boats. It was completely renovated several years ago.
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Echo Park Lake
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This is a smaller park in Echo Park with fountains and swan shaped paddle boats. It was completely renovated several years ago.
Lassens is a large organic grocery store similiar to Whole Foods in price and quality.
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Lassens Natural Food and Vitamins
1631 Sunset Boulevard
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Lassens is a large organic grocery store similiar to Whole Foods in price and quality.
Located next to Intelligentsia Cafe, Cafe Stella serves a classic French bistro menu. There is also a bar that gets busy at night.
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Cafe Stella
3932 Sunset Blvd
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Located next to Intelligentsia Cafe, Cafe Stella serves a classic French bistro menu. There is also a bar that gets busy at night.
Mohawk General Store features curated collections from SMOCK, Dries Van Noten, Mansur Gavriel, Engineered Garments, Acne, Nonative, Kathleen Whitaker, MNZ, etc. There's a mens and womens store.
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Mohawk General Store
4011 Sunset Boulevard
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Mohawk General Store features curated collections from SMOCK, Dries Van Noten, Mansur Gavriel, Engineered Garments, Acne, Nonative, Kathleen Whitaker, MNZ, etc. There's a mens and womens store.
The space—all high ceilings, blonde wood, and Moroccan tile—is so comfortable you feel like you’re hanging out in a very cool friend’s living room. Chef Peter Macias has designed a Southern-inflected menu of catfish po’boys, shrimp and grits, and especially good Carolina fried chicken. If you can’t make dinner, take a seat at the very pretty bar or in the even prettier outdoor terrace at happy hour (daily 4 to 6 p.m.) and start ordering anything that appeals—you can’t go wrong.
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Sawyer
3709 Sunset Blvd
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The space—all high ceilings, blonde wood, and Moroccan tile—is so comfortable you feel like you’re hanging out in a very cool friend’s living room. Chef Peter Macias has designed a Southern-inflected menu of catfish po’boys, shrimp and grits, and especially good Carolina fried chicken. If you can’t make dinner, take a seat at the very pretty bar or in the even prettier outdoor terrace at happy hour (daily 4 to 6 p.m.) and start ordering anything that appeals—you can’t go wrong.
You’ll find the best ramen on the east side at this extremely well-priced strip mall-esque spot. Silverlake Ramen boils their broth for 16 hours, and you can tell. Get the pork buns, too—they are similarly out of this world. (Side note: they serve beer and sake until 10pm.)
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Silverlake Ramen
2927 Sunset Boulevard
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You’ll find the best ramen on the east side at this extremely well-priced strip mall-esque spot. Silverlake Ramen boils their broth for 16 hours, and you can tell. Get the pork buns, too—they are similarly out of this world. (Side note: they serve beer and sake until 10pm.)
Rather than adopting one specific credo (vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free), Silver Lake’s Jewel simply characterizes itself as plant-based. Everything’s good here, but we’re especially big fans of the pizza, which uses Jewel’s own house-made gluten-free activated-charcoal crust. Our favorite pie is the Black + Gold, topped with squash blossoms, basil pesto, almond milk ricotta, and Fresno chili. And the cozy leather booths and subway-tiled bar give it a chic modern diner vibe.
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Jewel
654 N Hoover St
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Rather than adopting one specific credo (vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free), Silver Lake’s Jewel simply characterizes itself as plant-based. Everything’s good here, but we’re especially big fans of the pizza, which uses Jewel’s own house-made gluten-free activated-charcoal crust. Our favorite pie is the Black + Gold, topped with squash blossoms, basil pesto, almond milk ricotta, and Fresno chili. And the cozy leather booths and subway-tiled bar give it a chic modern diner vibe.
You’ve probably driven past this nondescript, redbrick building on a residential corner of Silver Lake a hundred times. The only thing that gives it away is a flashing arrow sign. Blair’s is the kind of neighborhood spot where the chef’s wife takes your order and the tables are taken up by locals. The menu is Italian-inspired, but you’d do well to scan it quickly and then just order the gnocchi. Also every meal here should end with the tiramisu. No need to reserve on weeknights—stroll in and take a seat at the dimly lit bar.
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Blair's Restaurant
2901 Rowena Avenue
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You’ve probably driven past this nondescript, redbrick building on a residential corner of Silver Lake a hundred times. The only thing that gives it away is a flashing arrow sign. Blair’s is the kind of neighborhood spot where the chef’s wife takes your order and the tables are taken up by locals. The menu is Italian-inspired, but you’d do well to scan it quickly and then just order the gnocchi. Also every meal here should end with the tiramisu. No need to reserve on weeknights—stroll in and take a seat at the dimly lit bar.
Botanica sits on a stretch of Silver Lake that feels like a real neighborhood (a rarity in LA). It’s both a restaurant and a market—pop in to re-up on local eggs, fruit, vegetables, and house-made specials like the Aleppo-Urfa butter and thick labneh. There are few prettier spots for a healthy breakfast of Mediterranean-inspired dishes, the freshest orange juice, and really good espresso. We go for the soft scramble (creamy soft-scrambled eggs with a side of lemony greens); the crunchy, garlicky bread; and the entire pastry case. (Bear in mind that portions are on the light side, so order with abandon.) Whether you’re alone, with a friend, or coming with kids, the space is comfortable and inviting, with high ceilings and airy décor. Sit on the terrace out back and work your way through the biodynamic wine list (we’ve moved on to lunch now), and snack on one of the epic seasonal vegetable boards. The selection of wine and cookbooks is a godsend for last-minute gifts.
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Botanica Restaurant and Market
1620 Silver Lake Blvd
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Botanica sits on a stretch of Silver Lake that feels like a real neighborhood (a rarity in LA). It’s both a restaurant and a market—pop in to re-up on local eggs, fruit, vegetables, and house-made specials like the Aleppo-Urfa butter and thick labneh. There are few prettier spots for a healthy breakfast of Mediterranean-inspired dishes, the freshest orange juice, and really good espresso. We go for the soft scramble (creamy soft-scrambled eggs with a side of lemony greens); the crunchy, garlicky bread; and the entire pastry case. (Bear in mind that portions are on the light side, so order with abandon.) Whether you’re alone, with a friend, or coming with kids, the space is comfortable and inviting, with high ceilings and airy décor. Sit on the terrace out back and work your way through the biodynamic wine list (we’ve moved on to lunch now), and snack on one of the epic seasonal vegetable boards. The selection of wine and cookbooks is a godsend for last-minute gifts.
In addition to the delicious lattes, homemade sandwiches, and old-fashioned candies and trinkets, this general store stocks an equally excellent selection of homewares, including perfectly minimal white ceramic bowls, gardening tools, kitchen supplies, and more.
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Broome St. General Store
2912 Rowena Avenue
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In addition to the delicious lattes, homemade sandwiches, and old-fashioned candies and trinkets, this general store stocks an equally excellent selection of homewares, including perfectly minimal white ceramic bowls, gardening tools, kitchen supplies, and more.
Local, sustainable, and fresh ingredients are the focus at this rustic-meets-modern spot, so much so that if you bring your own home-grown produce, they’ll exchange it for credit. And the credit is worth it: The roasted salmon bowl is particularly excellent, though there are very few misses on Forage’s constantly changing chalkboard menu.
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Forage
3823 Sunset Boulevard
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Local, sustainable, and fresh ingredients are the focus at this rustic-meets-modern spot, so much so that if you bring your own home-grown produce, they’ll exchange it for credit. And the credit is worth it: The roasted salmon bowl is particularly excellent, though there are very few misses on Forage’s constantly changing chalkboard menu.
What started out as a toast and jam pop-up now commands long weekend lines: A quick scan of the outdoor tables reveals that most people are digging into their signature Kokuho Rose Brown Rice Bowl, complete with nut-free pesto, preserved Meyer lemon, feta, black radish, and a poached egg. Don’t leave without picking up a bottle of the jam that made Sqirl famous.
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Sqirl Does Breakfast For Dinner With Kellogg's Sept 21ST – Sept 23RD
720 N Virgil Ave
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What started out as a toast and jam pop-up now commands long weekend lines: A quick scan of the outdoor tables reveals that most people are digging into their signature Kokuho Rose Brown Rice Bowl, complete with nut-free pesto, preserved Meyer lemon, feta, black radish, and a poached egg. Don’t leave without picking up a bottle of the jam that made Sqirl famous.
Inarguably the best wine shop on the East side, Silver Lake Wine is quickly becoming an institution. The no-frills shop brings all of the benefits of an upscale wine shop (read: a world-class buy) with none of the fuss as you’ll find the staff to be knowledgeable, but friendly and down-to-earth. It’s also an important community asset—they host wine tastings all week long, meaning that the community of East-side oenophiles is growing quickly. Everyone’s excited to try the restaurant that’s rumored to be connected with their just-opened second location in the Arts District.
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Silverlake Wine
2395 Glendale Boulevard
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Inarguably the best wine shop on the East side, Silver Lake Wine is quickly becoming an institution. The no-frills shop brings all of the benefits of an upscale wine shop (read: a world-class buy) with none of the fuss as you’ll find the staff to be knowledgeable, but friendly and down-to-earth. It’s also an important community asset—they host wine tastings all week long, meaning that the community of East-side oenophiles is growing quickly. Everyone’s excited to try the restaurant that’s rumored to be connected with their just-opened second location in the Arts District.
Dinette is a sidewalk eatery by Café Stella owner, Gareth Kantner. There’s a walk-up window and tiny interior showcasing Dinette’s pastry treats. Also on the (changing) menu: heartier options like smoked salmon toast, Kobe beef burger, ricotta frittata, skirt steak with chimichurri, and an all-day breakfast pizza. And of course, coffee. You can take your food to go, or find a spot at one of the small tables outside the café.
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Dinette
1608 1/2 Sunset Boulevard
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Dinette is a sidewalk eatery by Café Stella owner, Gareth Kantner. There’s a walk-up window and tiny interior showcasing Dinette’s pastry treats. Also on the (changing) menu: heartier options like smoked salmon toast, Kobe beef burger, ricotta frittata, skirt steak with chimichurri, and an all-day breakfast pizza. And of course, coffee. You can take your food to go, or find a spot at one of the small tables outside the café.