It got its name in 1927, since it was home to CBS Studio Center, but that’s not the only studio you’ll find in this town that borders Hollywood Hills. Universal Studios is in spitting distance, with its own subway stop and pedestrian bridge. Then there are those other kind of studios, of the healthy variety. There are 29 yoga and fitness studios in Studio City’s 6 square mile radius. When these indoor fitness fanatics want a little outdoors, they park their hybrids and bring their rescue dogs to Fryman Canyon for the stunning views, celebrity sightings, and the sweet smell of mulch from the environmental warriors at TreePeople.
Some of the best eats and drinks in the SFV can be found in Studio City. From Laurel Tavern’s pork belly skewers, to Sun Cafe’s raw zucchini lasagna, to Sugar Fish’s Trust Me omakase sushi, it’s no wonder the locals are so fond of their workouts.
GRV LOCAL EATS
FEU PHO KITCHEN (11310 VENTURA BLVD.)
Despite Pho being so trendy nowadays, it can be hard to find the perfect spot. Feu Pho Kitchen finds the perfect balance between delicious food and quality service. Their unique ingredients make for unique flavors you can’t get at any other pho place.
Fun, healthy, and delectably delicious, what more could you ask? This Thai restaurant brings the perfect spin to vegan dishes that make them enjoyable for everyone.
KATSU-YA (11680 VENTURA BLVD.)
Good sushi isn’t cheap, but at Katsu-Ya it is definitely worth the price. Every roll packs a punch of flavor and is hand crafted by the most talented and friendly sushi chefs in LA. Next time you’re craving sushi, feel the urge to splurge.
Studio City has a great combination of trendy and upscale lifestyles. Check it out if you can afford the lifestyle.