Los Encinos State Historic Park features historic buildings, a small museum, and picnic grounds. Real estate in Encino offers you a chance to see some actual history in Los Angeles and remains a jewel to the community.
Encino Farmers Market is an excellent way for everyone in the family to spend time together for shopping, food and fun! Open year round, over 30 farms from all over Central and Southern California participate with donations and a portion of the proceeds each week go towards helping to support ONEgeneration and the services they provide to the community.
Encino is packed with fun vintage stores, inviting coffee shops, and fabulous new restaurants. Lakeside Cafe treats diners to a serene lake view and creates a unique dining experience in LA. Check out Scratch Bar & Kitchen. Phillip Frankland Lee is Encino’s star chef. He’s the highest-profile cook along this stretch of Ventura, making dishes and offering experiences that locals here aren’t used to enjoying this close to home. Chef Ryota Okumura brings some of the freshest most delicious sushi experiences in the area. Looking for a gem of a pizza place? Try Dough Girl - it will be your new favorite spot! Lastly, if you are looking for a place to warm your soul, Oh Man! Ramen will do just that.
Encino is the perfect setting to get away from the hustle and bustle of the main city and yet still be a stones throw from fabulous museums, a simple drive to the beach, a quick visit to Hollywood, and so many more attractions.
- Lanai Road Elementary School
- Encino Charter Elementary School
- Hesby Oaks Elementary School
- Academy For Enriched Sciences