A guide to North Hollywood

Get to know North Hollywood with the best bars, restaurants, shops and things to do in the Valley neighborhood

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Once a gritty suburb, North Hollywood has transformed into the Valley's go-to cultural hub over the last decade with an influx of dance studios, art galleries and acting workshops—and still no shortage of strip malls.

First off, you should know that North Hollywood and Hollywood are not next to each other; it's named in such a way so that you forget there's a mountain range separating the Valley neighborhood from Tinseltown. Instead you'll find the neighborhood between the 134 and 170 freeways, a couple of miles north of Toluca Lake and Universal Studios with Burbank to the east and San Fernando Valley suburbs like Valley Village and Valley Glen to the west.

You'll find most of the retail activity along the triangle of streets between Lankershim Boulevard and Vineland Avenue—otherwise known as the NoHo Arts District. That area is served by a Metro stop at its northern end. But you'll find bars, shops, restaurants and more things to do all over the neighborhood. Discover them all in our guide to North Hollywood.

The best of North Hollywood

The best North Hollywood bars
Bars

The best North Hollywood bars

The best North Hollywood restaurants
Restaurants

The best North Hollywood restaurants

Things to do in North Hollywood and the NoHo Arts District
Things to do

Things to do in North Hollywood and the NoHo Arts District

The best shops in North Hollywood
Shopping

The best shops in North Hollywood

The best coffee shops in North Hollywood & Valley Village
Restaurants

The best coffee shops in North Hollywood & Valley Village

Here's how to spend a perfect day in North Hollywood
News

Here's how to spend a perfect day in North Hollywood

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