Words by Steven Kurutz, photos by Jake Michaels and production by Eve Lyons of The New York Times do an amazing job of capturing the beauty and essence of the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles.

Check out the article here to learn more about the iconic Sunset Strip.

There are so many things to explore along this 22 mile stretch.  The Box House, located in Laurel Canyon is located near the most historic part of the strip. 

Fun awaits with access to multiple entertainment venues, night clubs (music and comedy), shopping, and many infamous historical landmarks from yesteryear and the present.

The exciting new luxury shopping addition of Fred Segal on the Strip and access to a Soho House  (if you are a member or a friend of a member) for your business meetings and creative networking is the proverbial cherry on top.   


Dialogue |  1315 3rd Street Promenade | Santa Monica | DialogueRestaurant.com

Felix |  1023 Abbot Kinney Blvd  |  Venice  |  FelixLA.com

MTN |  1305 Abbot Kinney Blvd  |  Venice  |  MTNVenice.com

Kismet  |   4648 Hollywood Blvd |  Los Felix |  KismetLosAngeles.com

Rossoblu  |   1124 San Julian St  |  Downtown  |   RossobluLA.com

Vespertine |   3599 Hayden Ave  |  Culver City  |  Vespertine.LA

Rosaline  |  8479 Melrose Ave  |  West Hollywood |  RosalineLA.com

Botanica  |  1620 Silver Lake Blvd  |  Silver Lake  |  BotanicaRestaurant.com

Cosa Buona |  2100 W Sunset Blvd |  Echo Park |  CosaBuona.com 

Mh Zh  |  3536 Sunset Blvd  |  Silver Lake  |  323.636.7598

Honorable Mention:  Providence, Otium, Spago, Odys + Penelope, Petit Trois, Trois Mec, Republique, Wolf, Fishing with Dynamite, Lucques, Maude, Bastia, Cassia and The Cannibal.


We call the steps leading up to The Box House the stairway to heaven because once you walk in the house you feel a sense of privacy, peace, and relaxation - a zen state of mind.  Los Angelenos are crazy about stairs too. They flock to them for fitness and to enjoy the beauty of our City of Angels.  Here is a list of where they flock and you should too:

Music Box: In the Oscar-winning short, The Music Box, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy wrestled a piano up this flight of 133 steps in Silver Lake. 923-925 N Vendome St

Baxter: 231 steps straight up an Echo Park slope get steeper as they ascend, but downtown views at the summit are worth it the climb. A sunset Instagram is a must. 1501 Baxter St

Beachwood Canyon: 861-step network of staircases in the community originally known as Hollywoodland.  Most of the steps are cut from granite. 2800 Beachwood Dr

Culver City: 282 irregularly shaped risers, formed from recycled concrete, lead to a decommissioned hilltop reservoir at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Outlook.  The record sprint up is two minutes, nine seconds. 6300 Hetzler Rd

Santa Monica: Twin staircases - one wooden (170 steps), one concrete (199 steps) - have turned Santa Monica Canyon into the best people watching and celebrity spotting workout in town. 4th St and Adelaide Dr

Castellammare: 518-step chain of staircases rising from the Pacific Coast Highway crisscrosses up and down a bluff in the Pacific Palisades, offering ocean views at every turn. This beautiful hike ends on the beach. Breve Way and Castellammare Dr

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