Discovering hidden treasures in North Hollywood
[image border=”yes” alt=”” src=”http://www.bdci.tv/images/Metro%20Line.jpg” align=”left” ]NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA (BDCi) –A home to the NoHo Arts District and to talented thespians, North Hollywood is becoming a significant attraction for those curious in arts, music, trends, and food.
This versatile city belongs to a small district in the san Fernando Valley, region of Los Angeles, California where it is commonly known as a theatre district where the historical, El Portal Theatre resides on Lankershim blvd where plays, musicals and comedians such as Paul Rodriguez fill up monthly calendars .Adjacent to this theatre is ‘The Federal Bar’ known for its exclusive selection of beer and gourmet affordable appetizers.
But if you are in the mood for an authentic Italian meal, CA’Del Sole restaurant on Cahuenga Blvd offers what the Los Angeles Times has defined this place as, “the spirit of Italy”. North Hollywood caters to all different flavors of food which is why so many residents love to dine out in this area.
This community is home to many young aspiring artists and actors who attend either at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences or at The Art institute of California.
Paralegal, Evelyn Zamora who has been living in North Hollywood just over a year says she enjoys the different ambiance North Hollywood dining offers. Zamora says, “Just like the people that reside in North Hollywood, the dining experience is eclectic and unique. You can find anything from homemade Italian pizzerias to Middle Eastern flair within a 1-mile radius.” Ms. Zamora adds, “You can never get tired eating out just so that you can say that you’ve tried it all.”
Many North Hollywood residents and neighbors from all cities come to enjoy a good laugh to at the “Ha Ha Comedy club” where they offer all star comedy and are open seven days a week.
North Hollywood has its perks one being that it is 45 minutes to Ski Slopes and the Pacific Ocean beaches. It is significantly close to most turistical places such as Universal Studios, Runyon Canyon, and the Hollywood Bowl. If you walk along side of a pathway on Chandler Boulevard, you will find a mural demonstrating the history of the area where bike riders also love to enjoy this artistic view.
Whether your plan is to visit North Hollywood includes dining, business, fun, pleasure, or living, this friendly community of diverse artists and popular studio tours welcome everyone to engage in a place of rich heritage and culture.
Visitors can plan a full day that includes watching a play, eating a nice dinner, and taking the metro home where the orange line meets and the red line ends. NoHo in essence is a place for those that enjoy a nice walk near local galleries and who wish to be welcomed by friendly residents are live as they are stressed-free from traffic.
By Shayla Selva
June 8th, 2011
Photo by: Alex Valladares