Whether you are looking to make a power deal in Century City or take a stroll down Rodeo Drive, West Los Angeles contains some of the most iconic hoods in the city.
West Los Angeles encompasses the neighborhoods of Westwood, Beverly Hills, Century City and Brentwood and Culver City. Westwood is home to UCLA, the largest of the UC campus. You will see Bruins lining up at Diddy Riese for ice cream sandwiches and movie stars lining up at Westwood Village Theatre. Beverly Hills is the shopping mecca for the rich and famous Angelenos. Rodeo Drive has every designer store you can imagine from Gucci and Prada, to Cartier and Harry Winston. Brentwood has more of a family friendly neighborhood feel - the main drag is along San Vicente with shops, restaurants and cafes, including Katsuya, Coral Tree Cafe and Susie Cakes. Century City is known as little downtown, this hood is mostly business. Home to the massive CAA complex and the Fox Studio lot many movie stars and agents pass through the high rise lined strip along Avenue of the Stars. The newly renovated Westfield Mall with Eataly, Shake Shake and Din Tai Fung will certainly turn Century City into a destination for all.