Welcome to Brentwood and West L.A.
Secluded luxury homes, world-class dining, and L.A.’s iconic nightlife
Brentwood is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Los Angeles, bordered by Pacific Palisades and the even ritzier Bel-Air neighborhood. Brentwood is a quiet community full of modern, luxurious homes hidden behind tall, ornate gates and lush gardens. It’s not as densely populated as the rest of the metropolitan area. You’ll have quick access to the freeways, the beaches, and the Santa Monica Mountains.
West L.A. sits in the middle of the beaches and downtown. You’ll find single-family homes and resort-style condominiums closer to Los Angeles’s most iconic nightlife. Sunset Strip is full of historic music venues and famed hotel lounges. Lively sports bars and nightclubs line Santa Monica Boulevard. Melrose Avenue is dotted with boutique shops, bohemian cafes, and chic eateries.
What to Love
Quick access to the beaches, downtown, and LAX
Boutique shops and trendy restaurants
Secluded luxury homes in Brentwood
The vibrant and famous nightlife of West L.A.
Though it’s next to the hustle and bustle of West L.A., Brentwood retains much of its residential charm. It’s a quieter and more laid-back neighborhood where long-time residents know each other. West L.A. gives a mix of professional and social appeal. Residents are more active, spend more time outdoors, and stay out late into the night.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Brentwood’s main thoroughfare is San Vicente Boulevard, which is lined with cafes, restaurants, and shops. Baltaire Restaurant
is a fine-dining restaurant specializing in prime steaks and seafood. A.O.C. Wine Bar
serves New American cuisine and an indulgent wine list from James Beard Award-winning chefs.
Coral Tree Café
serves breakfast all day and has farm-to-table dishes, vegan options, meals-to-go, and organic, fair trade coffee and teas. For healthy options, Sweetgreen
has counter-served organic salads and bowls.
San Vicente Plaza
, Brentwood Place Shopping Center, and Granville Plaza are the closest retail centers with boutique shops and services.
In West Hollywood, Melrose Avenue, Santa Monica, La Cienega, and Sunset Boulevard are lined with shops, eateries, bars, and entertainment venues. The Sunset Strip is famous for iconic music lounges, such as the Whiskey a Go Go
, The Roxy Theatre
, and the Viper Room
is a fine Japanese steakhouse, and Hyde Sunset Kitchen
serves New American cuisine and signature cocktails in a trendy setting. Craig’s
has an eclectic menu with vegan options served in a white table setting. It is a popular choice for area celebrities. Nobu
is another celebrity hotspot known for its Peruvian-Japanese fusion fare.
Things to Do
West L.A. is known for comedy clubs, as it is where some comedy legends were discovered. The Comedy Store
and Laugh Factory
are both L.A. landmarks and have shows almost nightly.
On Halloween, the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval draws in 200,000-300,000 people every year.
The Brentwood Country Club
is an exclusive, members-only club. It features an award-winning golf course, an outdoor pool, tennis courts, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.