Studio City, just over the hill from the Hollywood bustle, is a quaint neighborhood with tree-lined residential streets and trendy dining. Lively Ventura Boulevard offers several classic sushi restaurants, unique cafes, trendy gastropubs. Locals hit Wilacre Park for woodsy hiking trails with panoramic Valley views. Studio City is less a city and more a neighborhood itself. It spans just 5.6 miles in the north part of Los Angeles, bordered by Sherman Oaks, Valley Village and Toluca Lake. It’s an excellent choice for people who want to be near Downtown LA, but enjoy a quieter lifestyle. There are almost 50,000 people living in Studio City. The median age is 42.5, and about 39% of folks in Studio City have kids under the age of 18. Studio City is based around, shopping, food, and drink.
In fact, one can spend an entire day walking up and down the city’s famous Ventura Boulevard exploring the countless boutiques and enjoying a fabulous lunch at one of the neighborhood’s locally-owned eateries. Whether you are looking for fine dining, a gastropub, or sushi, you’ll find it in Studio City. Naturally, Studio City is close to most of the major Hollywood studios, so the entertainment industry also makes up a good portion of this area’s culture.