Hancock Park is a historic neighborhood located in the central region of Los Angeles. The neighborhood was developed in the 1920s and feature architecturally distinctive residences that embody charm and affluence. It also features one of Los Angeles's most famous private golf clubs, Wilshire Country Club in which the neighborhood itself is built around. Being mainly a residential neighborhood, residents look to nearby Larchmont Village for their shopping and eating. Girasole, a neighborhood staple, features sidewalk tables where locals can be found during the weekend enjoying a relaxing Italian lunch or dinner. Hancock Park is also home to numerous schools including the highly regarded all-girls school, Marlborough School.
Osteria La Buca:
Modern Italian tavern serving up old-school favorites with California fresh ingredients.
French plates with a modern twist served to communal tables, complete with a cocktail bar and bakery.
Italian dishes taste like they’re straight from Northern Italy, stop by for a bite and a glass of wine, or bring your own bottle (corkage fee).
Tere’s Mexican Grill:
Small, strip mall eatery with Mexican dishes complete with handmade corn tortillas.
Stop in for quick California cuisine or glass of wine served up in this ultra chic space.
Upscale Italian cuisine from chefs Nancy Silverton & Mario Batali in a bustling atmosphere.
Wagon Wheel Elementary:
Rated 5 Stars on GreatSchool.org, highly coveted school.
Wilshire Private School:
Previously called the Wilshire School, the Hancock School, and the Los Angeles Hancock Academy, is a primary and secondary school located in Koreatown, Los Angeles. Situated in the Mid-City/Mid-Wilshire area.