Welcome to Eagle Park
Forward-thinking alcove north of Downtown
Eagle Rock is situated northeast of Downtown Los Angeles between Glendale and Pasadena. This mid-size community is a favorite for families with an artistic flair. Eagle Rock’s surplus of vintage boutiques, cozy coffeehouses, and old-school record stores makes it popular with young professionals, and retirees will enjoy the convenience of amenities. A short drive from upscale shopping in Glendale, Downtown Los Angeles’ all-night entertainment, and Pasadena’s cultural facilities, this neighborhood is ideal for creative types, collegiate scholars, and growing families.
This ethnically diverse community has a warm, welcoming spirit and a lived-in, small-town feel. With tree-lined streets and a variety of architectural styles, you’ll find the tell-tale stucco exteriors of Spanish Revival villas near Craftsman bungalows and sleek contemporary condos. With a mix of renters and buyers, Eagle Rock meets you where you are.
What to Love
- Eclectic architecture
- Bohemian charisma
- Youthful ambiance
- Neighborhood eateries
- Cozy, artistic hub
People & Lifestyle
This tucked-away town boasts a quiet ambiance that keeps its finger on the pulse of all things trendy. Bustling York Boulevard is the heart of Eagle Rock, with its family-owned eateries and vintage shops, but Eagle Rock’s quiet neighborhood streets are a welcome reprieve from the all-hours activity found downtown. Perfect for young professionals, growing families, and retirees alike, Eagle Rock is made better for its broad diversity and eclectic community where everyone is welcome.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
Eagle Rock’s eccentric community fosters an equally diverse culinary catalog. Little Beast
is a cornerstone for Eagle Rock dining. Tucked inside a historic 1911 Craftsman-style home, this charming eatery is serving elegant takes on American favorites. Dive into Mediterranean street food at Spitz
. With a menu reminiscent of Turkish street carts, this fast-casual food stop is your go-to destination for doner kebabs and loaded fries. Max City BBQ
is a low-key, laid-back southern-style barbecue restaurant with a flair for bold flavors. On the edge of town near Highland Park, you’ll find the one-of-a-kind alehouse Block Party, Highland Park. This eclectic, upbeat bar has a spacious backyard patio with picnic tables, shuffleboard, and video game tournaments on the big screen. Eagle Rock Brewery Public House
is an upscale American eatery with a hybrid indoor-outdoor dining space and housemade beer.
Things to Do
Eagle Rock makes it simple to soak up the Southern California sunshine with a myriad of ways to get outdoors. The Eagle Rock Canyon Trail is a winding hike for avid explorers and amateur adventurers alike. If you’ve got a canine best friend, head over to Eagle Rock Dog Park
. The Bob Baker Marionette Theater is a hit for puppet performances that has been an area staple since opening in 1963 and has recently become a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument. Muddy Paw Coffee and Park Eagle Rock
is a charming coffeehouse that supports local animal shelters. For elegant events, The Fig House
is a unique, gorgeous indoor and outdoor celebration venue that’s perfect for weddings, corporate events, and parties.
Eagle Rock’s robust educational opportunities provide a wealth of knowledge to its students from their earliest learning to their highest education. A few of the community’s most notable academic facilities include:
- Eagle Rock Elementary School, K-6
- Eagle Rock High School, 7-12
- Eagle Rock Music Studio
- Occidental College, Higher Education