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Don't know what we ended up doing most, shopping or just watching people shopping and walking around. the stretch after Fairfax to roughly Silverlake was fenomenal. Now I finally know where the hiphoppers in the videoclips find their clothes;-)
Don’t like to shop but have a camera? This is a great stretch of eclectic shops and restaurants to visit.
The variety of stores are available for all tastes and for the camera buff in your life, photo ops abound.
Don’t miss it.
This is a very busy street but I went to a great place to eat LA LA restaurant on Melrose Ave. I had a great salad and drink. The staff was very friendly and nice. You have to find parking and this street is very...More
I shopped at Workmen"s outlet been through many of the shops with Rosie's niece,and cousin the scene is a little overrated.I would never live there if I had the money.It's somewhere to visit or to put on your schedule to browse everything is done by...More
Melrose is a hodgepodge of bars, restaurants, quirky shops -- even a shop that specializes only in shaping eyebrows. It's not "pretty," but it is full of life. I particularly love the felafel at Shefa -- the best I've had -- and very, very fresh....More
Melrose is like Soho before it was popular...Hidden away for people in the know. There are great stores Maxfield, Alexander McQueen, Carolina Herrera, Paper Bag Princess, Ron Herman Fred Segal, Resurrection, Decades, Paul Smith, Revolve, Monique Lhuillier, Vivienne Westwood to name a few. Melrose Place...More