Deemed Los Angeles’ hottest real estate neighborhood in 2014 by L.A. Curbed, Silver Lake is consistently in high demand for homebuyers. Situated between Los Feliz and Echo Park, Sunset Junction, commonly referred to as Silver Lake, is among the hippest of neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The local food scene is thriving with multiple Farmers markets, food trucks and well-known local favorites like Black Hogg. Take a stroll through the city to find it’s many hidden hotspots for those who love the outdoors. The Silver Lake reservoir and stairways are a must visit. Have a family? Don't worry, Silver Lake is home to some of the highest rated schools, including Ivanhoe Elementary. This neighborhood is booming and just right for those craving a trendy, hip and eclectic lifestyle. Trust us, Silver Lake is a property investment you can’t miss.
Known for their unique Thai dishes, NIGHT+MARKET is continuously featured on “best of” lists throughout Los Angeles. It was most recently named the 24th best restaurant out of 101 in the Los Angeles Times by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, Jonathan Gold.
Forage: Family-owned and locally run, Forage aims to make high-quality food that is seasonal, sustainable, most of all, affordable.
L&E Oyster Bar:
L&E serves the most coveted oysters thanks to the restaurant's deep rooted relationships up and down the west and east coast. The executive chef, Spencer Bezaire, developed a seafood driven menu that pairs with the freshest of oysters to create a local and seasonal cuisine for the Silverlake area.
Inspired by French, Mexican & California cooking, Trois Familia is the third restaurant in a lineage created by the three founding chefs, Ludo Lefebvre, Jon Shook & Vinny Dotolo. The neighborhood cafe serves a French/Mexican brunch and smoothies derived from celebrity chef recipes daily from 9am-2pm.
Sqirl is a delight for both omnivores and vegans alike. market-driven menu features everything from classics to unique dishes that you may have never heard of before.
Chef Alex McWilliams focuses on large dishes and shared plates. The seafood-driven menu includes everything from raw seafood and clam chowder to fried chicken. Stop in for dinner, weekend brunch or just to try out Sawyer’s extensive cocktail menu or wine list.
Held on the second Saturday of each month from 12-5pm. It’s considered L.A.’s best flea market with independent vendors of handmade items, vintage, home furnishings decor, crafts, art, antiques, and collectibles.
Silverlake Farmer's Market:
Stop by the Farmer’s Market on a Tuesday afternoon or a Saturday morning in Silver Lake's Sunset Triangle. This trendy market is home to vintage clothing racks and jewelry stands one corner of the market. There's tons of food, coffee or a fresh-squeezed OJ. Standout vendors fresh-baked bread from Atwater's Village Bakery, mason-jarred goat cheese, citrus fruit, farm-fresh eggs and a plethora of veggies.
33 Taps Silverlake:
The number 33 signifies the end of Prohibition in 1933 and to honor this milestone, they keep 33 rotating beers on tap. This is not your average sports bar, but a restaurant that focuses on their customers, food, and quality of beverages. 33 Taps their customers the best product at the best price!
Stop in seven days a week, 365 days a year. Every Saturday and Sunday you will find Richard T. on the grill barbecuing a wide range of is famous BBQ and smoked meat options.
This intimate, dimly lit space, offers the best of Southeast Asian. It’s home to plate, and and beer list.
Minutes from the Greek Theatre and Dodger Stadium, Barbrix restaurant and wine bar located in the quiet Silver Lake Hills. Set in a 1940s house, it gives diners a homey feel.
Ivanhoe Elementary School:
Silverlake is home to the highly sought-after Ivanhoe School district.