Located between Santa Monica and Westwood, Brentwood is one of L.A.’s most affluent neighborhoods. It’s also a historic, culturally active neighborhood with more than 75,000 square feet of eclectic boutiques, fine dining restaurants and entertainment. Here are some of things you should see while you’re here.
1. Deer Ridge Golf Club
Sharpen your swing at this picturesque course, featuring 6,400 yards of manicured greens, challenging holes and beautiful views of the valley and Mt. Diablo.
2. Hannah Nicole Vineyards
Sample unique blends at this landmark winery, where the century old heritage of winemaking is kept alive in one of state’s most celebrated farming communities.
3. The Streets of Brentwood
Explore this open-air, lifestyle shopping complex with over four dozen stores, restaurants and a 14-screen multiplex.
4. Los Vaqueros Reservoir & Watershed
Discover 20,000 acres of lovely land with an extensive trail system for hikers and a reservoir, stocked with catfish, largemouth bass and rainbow trout.
5. Downtown Brentwood
Enjoy great shopping, unique cafes and a year-round schedule of activities and events, including concerts, movies and one of California’s top-rated farmers markets.
6. Rockin’ Jump
Thrill the kids at this sprawling indoor trampoline park, featuring dodgeball, climbing walls, x-beam, a slam dunk zone and much more.
7. Enos Family Farms
Pick your own fresh, locally grown produce at this local family favorite, which showcases colorful strawberries, cherries and apricots. Mighty Molar: While they do contain healthy antioxidants, cherries, strawberries and apricots can be especially bad for teeth when dried.
8. Marsh Creek State Historic Park
Named for local pioneer John Marsh, this relatively new park includes 3,659 acres of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding.