The Highland Park Guide

Restaurants, Shops, and Organizations

Find out what's open and changed during the coronavirus pandemic

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Welcome to the sweetest Spanish home and detached casita in the highly coveted Mount Angelus neighborhood of Highland Park.

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Welcome to this 1916 Craftsman located on a quiet street just south of York Ave.

Highland Park - A new Planned Parenthood health center opened on Figueroa Street - and has managed to treat more than 500 patients (virtually and in-person) within the first month, according to the organization.

Walk into this 1892 Craftsman treasure and you are surrounded by rich history and timeless architecture lovingly maintained and enhanced with sensitive care, style and grace.

Highland Park - A new furnishings and decor store on Monte Vista Street has brought a modern Moroccan look to the neighborhood.

Sayida carries one of a kind furniture, vintage decor, original art, and many clothes and accessories the owner Tamarra Younis collected during her travel through the U.S. She also custom designed much of the furniture featured at the store.

Highland Park -- A house fire was extinguished in about 20 minutes tonight, and no injuries were reported.

City Terrace -- An ephemeral art installation by a fledgling City Terrace art collective, meant to show solidarity with Black Lives Matter, had a shorter life than expected: It was destroyed by an unidentified man less than 24 hours after it was put up.

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It’s not easy running a restaurant—but just try opening one during a pandemic. That’s exactly what three local businesses are doing, even as the Los Angeles dining industry reels from the shockwaves of COVID-19 and national policy debates around aid packages continue to rage.

Though still open as an essential business, auto repair shops are facing the same tough times as other businesses - though with factors unique to service stations, such as the business cycle, and the personal nature of cars. 

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