Carroll Ave is one of Los Angeles' oldest streets, full of restored Victorian mansions. Get a feel for the neighborhood by taking a stroll down here and back.
Some of the oldest victorian homes in one of the oldest neighborhoods in LA. Great street to walk and sightsee
Located across Sunset in Angelino Heights, Carroll Street is lined with amazing Victorians against a backdrop of modern skyscrapers.
If you love Victorian homes or you a fan of the tv show "Charmed" this is your spot, make sure to check it out! Here is located the Charmed house.
“I feels like Copenhagen in this cafe, that's why I like it. It's pricey and a bit precious, but now and then I always have a lovely time here.”
“Breakfast and paddleboats. A mini-version of the much loved Square One restaurant is hiding in the cute little boathouse of glorious Echo Park Lake! Get the grits with tomato confit and bacon or the breakfast sandwich. Good coffee, juice and homemade lemonade. They have little tables overlooking the lake, or spread out a blanket and picnic while gazing at iconic fountains, palm trees, paddle boaters. (Paddle boats can be rented for $10 per adult/hr)”
“Amazing draft beer selection. Also has coolers full of bottles and cans that you can drink in the bar or take to go.”
“Great local dive bar that has been hipsterfied. One of the essential dodger pregame watering holes. ”
“"Echo Park-based designer Kathryn Bentley's high-end costume jewelry, Dream Collective, is stocked at some of the best shops around town—Elyse Walker and Stark among them—and now, it's available at a boutique of her very own. The store, isn't just a jewelry box, though. Bentley's filled it with clothes, art, accessories and more from a roster of cool labels including Caitlin Wylde (whose collage work is pictured), Jesse Kamm, Lem Lem, Beatrice Valenzuel, Summer Bummer and her other (namesake) jewelry line, Kathryn Bentley."”