18 Unique Brunches in Los Angeles

Whether you prefer a boozy breakfast or a more caffeinated morning, few weekend outings top a solid brunch experience.

L.A. always offers up a plethora of places to get your brunch on, but sometimes you want to switch things up from your tried-and-true favorites. That’s where this list comes in.

Do you want to try breakfast pizza in a West Adams party atmosphere with live music? Chilaquiles in a 1920s Spanish-style house in Toluca Lake? Share brunch with your pooch in Mid-City? Listen to live jazz at a luxury retreat surrounded by nature in Westlake Village? Imbibe a breakfast Old Fashioned paired up with duck hash in Playa del Rey? We’ve got choices.


1. The Mar Vista (Mar Vista)

This gorgeous space, opened in early 2017, is loaded with greenery and features a smartly designed Murphy bed-style stage that can be eased down the wall for frequent musical performances. Dedicated to using “ugly” produce, the Mar Vista’s menu is globally inspired and a refreshing addition to the up-and-coming neighborhood. This Sunday-only brunch is served in the company of chill DJ-spun tunes and live art. Food options include a beautiful “cranked bowl” of yogurt and shredded frozen fruit, chilaquiles, a smoked salmon-loaded baked potato, and a bacon & egg hotpot. Pair them with a bellini or a michelada for a boozy affair. -> More info here

2. Manuela (DTLA)

Located at Hauser & Wirth gallery, Manuela is an art-laden restaurant with a menu heavy on fermenting, pickling, preserving and in-house smoking. Many of the herbs, vegetables and fruit served here are grown right outside in Hauser & Wirth’s garden, while eggs come directly from the 12 rare-breed chickens in the adjacent chicken runs. Brunch offerings include hush puppies with molasses butter, grilled Texas quail with labne, a deer burger, Dungeness Crab Louie, and cinnamon churros with dulce de leche. -> More info here

3. Jane Q (Hollywood)

Located at the just-opened Everly Kimpton Hotel near the famous intersection of Hollywood and Vine, Jane Q. is a bright, airy, counter-style spot utilizing lots of fresh-off-the-farm produce. For brunch, try the Savannah B.E.L.T. sandwich (pickled green tomato, pimento cheese, bacon candy and a fried egg),  the roasted sweet potato with spiced walnuts, yogurt and pickled Fresno chiles, duck confit monkey bread enrobed in mushrooms and melted teleggio cheese, or the avocado parfait. Pair these dishes with an Aperol spritz, Smog City coffee porter, or Sicilian coffee. -> More info here


4. The Ponte (Beverly Grove)

If the idea of pasta for breakfast appeals to you, check out this casually elegant Italian eatery that’s drawing crowds for its excellent Italian cuisine and superior cocktail list. At brunch, standout dishes include spaghetti pomodoro, which The Ponte’s chef Scott Conant perfected during his years with Scarpetta, and Eggs in Purgatory. A scrumptious take on shakshuka, it features eggs poached in house-made puttanesca sauce atop creamy polenta. Sip on a Lucano Correcto (composed of coffee-infused amaro, rum, coffee liqueur, coffee, chocolate bitters and cream) or the Bloody Mary made with green chile vodka. -> More info here

5. Herringbone (Santa Monica)

This seafood-focused eatery in Santa Monica offers a gorgeous, beachy decor, lush greenery, a playful vibe, and extremely fresh and delicious fish. Oyster fans will want to check out the Salt & Brine Bar’s fresh oysters with kimchi mignonette. At brunch, try the lobster scramble with Maine lobster and caviar, or the crab cake benedict with sriracha hollandaise. You can enjoy endless rose at brunch for $25. -> More info here

6. Friends & Family (East Hollywood)

Located in East Hollywood’s Thai Town, Friends & Family’s brunch is exceptional, offering dishes like olive oil fried eggs topped with chickpeas, harisa & yogurt with olive toast; baked pancake with rhubarb/blood orange house-made preserves; and duck in the hole (an egg fried within a slice of crusty bread, with a duck drumstick on the side). All the jams, breads and pastries served here are made in house, while heritage grains are used for the baked goods. Standout baked options include summer corn hand pie, spinach breakfast galette, and bacon leek quiche. Cool off with the agua fresca of the day. And who says you can’t finish your meal with a meringue ice cream sandwich? -> More info here

7. Delicious Pizza (West Adams)

Delicious Pizza — from the guys who started Delicious Vinyl — is home to one of the most delicious and unique brunch options in Los Angeles. At their West Adams location, it’s a friendly, multicultural scene that frequently offers live hip hop and jazz on Sundays. Check out the current exhibit at the location’s art gallery, then settle yourself on the spacious back patio to savor brunch selections like the Pick Me Up Pizza (topped with ricotta, mozzarella, homemade sausage and eggs), the Lean Green Pizza (laden with pesto, mozzarella, mushrooms, roasted peppers, pureed eggplant, basil and eggs), fluffy ricotta-heavy pancakes and some very tasty sangria. -> More info here

8. Aroha (Westlake Village)

The only New Zealand eatery in L.A., Aroha is a beautiful, romantic space that’s great for anyone eating gluten-free, as every item on the brunch menu can be made sans gluten. Top brunch dishes include banana pancakes with rum caramel, caramelized pineapple pancakes, and New Zealand venison sausage and eggs. Try a brunch cocktail like the Hamilton (sparkling Sauvignon Blanc, lavender and lemon) or the Aroha Nui (Mount Gay Rum with butterfly pea flower).  -> More info here

9. Baltaire (Brentwood)

A beautifully sprawling dining room, a huge patio with a retractable roof, a ridiculously good-looking clientele and a cut-above wine list help make this ultra-glamorous Brentwood steakhouse a superior place for brunch (or any meal, for that matter). Try a glass of rosé with a globally inspired dish like the albacore and salmon poké bowl with yuzu ponzu, avocado, and house-pickled vegetables, Eggs Sardou with artichoke hearts, spinach, and hollandaise on a housemade cheddar-scallion biscuit, roasted cauliflower steak with lentil chimichurri and sunny-side-up egg, or an ahi nicoise with banyuls vinaigrette & peewee potatoes. -> More info here

10. mar’sel at Terranea Resort (Rancho Palos Verdes)

At mar’sel, enjoy stunning ocean views, exquisite food, and unique drink offerings like the Pacific Granita (a cocktail served tableside and cooled with liquid nitrogen until frozen), seasonal mocktails, and a sangria basket for two. The aforementioned basket offers your choices of three unusual sangrias, including a Pinot Grigio-based sangria with St. Germain, apricot, peach, lavender, gooseberries and a carafe of Prosecco for topping up. Notable brunch dishes include grilled wagyu with roasted bone marrow rice, bok choy, yuzu aioli, and a 65-degree egg; buttermilk fried chicken with a green juice shooter, kimchee, and wild arugula; and black-ink flatbread served with a soft scrambled eggs, diced pancetta, shaved pepato cheese and red chili. -> More info here

11. The Bellwether (Studio City)

How do you improve on a Bloody Mary? Find out at The Bellwether in Studio City, where Mama Betty’s Bloody Mary is not only made from vodka infused in-house with habanero, but is also garnished with an adorable mini BLT. This Studio City eatery also features Pimm’s Cups, cocktails on tap, and brunch dishes like Eggs in Purgatory (baked in spicy tomato sauce with Calabrian chili, ciabatta bread and pecorino), the Ploughman’s Burger with Branston pickle and clothbound cheddar, or a vanilla kouign-amann. -> More info here

12. Sawyer (Silver Lake)

Serving up seasonal California cuisine with a nod to Southern U.S. influences, this Silver Lake eatery, inspired by Mark Twain’s classic Tom Sawyer, is a beautiful, airy space offering superior cocktails and seafood-centric fare. Try brunch on their lovely patio, enclosed with birch trees, olive trees and vibrant bougainvillea on chilly days the roaring fireplace can be seen put to use.  Standouts include smoked trout salad with horseradish creme fraiche, Maine lobster roll, the catfish po’ boy, pork loin breakfast sandwich and cornmeal blueberry pancakes. -> More info here


13. Ray’s & Stark Bar (Mid-Wilshire)

Situated next to LACMA behind one of L.A.’s most iconic photo sites/artworks —- Chris Burden’s Urban Light — Ray’s recently instituted its “Barky Brunch,” with a menu of canine-friendly dishes, including a chicken liver and brown rice cookie, a steamed chicken and broccoli bowl or a giant bone shaped pizza crust. Their human companions can brunch on dishes like a crispy pork belly sandwich with scrambled eggs and arugula; Croque Madame with béchamel, pistachio ham, aged gruyere, fried egg, and rosemary; or eggs tartine with Maitake mushrooms. -> More info here

14. The Tripel or Playa Provisions (Playa del Rey)

Brooke Willamson’s two Playa del Rey restaurants both offer great brunch experiences. Like the idea of a beer-centric brunch? Then visit The Tripel, known for its amazing beer flights. Here you can savor unique brunchy fare like the sweet carrot farrow with wilted kale, linguica, poached egg, and truffle pecorino, or duck hash with lobster-salted peewee potatoes, duck confit, fried egg, pancetta, and vinegar-cooked greens. At Playa Provisions, you can gaze upon the beach, listen to live jazz, sip the Breakfast Old Fashioned (bourbon, cold brewed coffee, Frangelico, and chocolate bitters) and partake in a coconut chia seed pudding, a bagel topped with beet-cured salmon, or Nutella and banana French toast. -> More info here and here

15. Cascabel (Toluca Lake)

This unique Mexican restaurant is housed within a beautiful 1920s Spanish house with original details. Exposed beams, wooden floors, windows made of leaded or stained glass, seating made of turquoise velvet or burnished leather, and an enormous snake painted on one of the walls all contribute to the very cool decor at Cascabel. Serving Mexican food with a strong L.A. influence, you’ll want to sip on a rosewater margarita, a michelada or a jamaica sangria while enjoying dishes like smoked bacon guacamole, chile relleno with chorizo, shrimp and chile soup, toast topped with anchovies, or chilaquiles with sesame salsa. To really enliven an already festive scene, Cascabel will soon feature live Latin Rock bands during Sunday brunch. -> More info here

16. The Raymond (Pasadena)

Housed within a 19th-century Craftsman house, The Raymond is a gorgeous spot to get your brunch on. Tucked away off Fair Oaks Avenue the location transports guests into a serine hideaway from the bustling streets of Pasadena. At 1886, The Raymond’s bar, talented mixologists painstakingly create some of the best cocktails in Los Angeles. A perfect brunch libation is the gin-based Ramos Fizz, lightly fragranced with orange-flower water and topped with frothy egg white. Or you may want to try a whimsically named cocktail such as the Foghorn Leghorn (made with peach black tea-infused bourbon) or the mezcal-based Woody Woodpecker from the new Cartoons & Cocktails menu. Brunch-time standouts include grapefruit brûlée, apple fritters with maple syrup, avocado eggs benedict topped with chipotle hollandaise, and savory breakfast tacos stuffed with lightly gamey house-made lamb bacon, avocado, black beans and fried eggs. -> More info here

17. Four Seasons (Westlake Village)

Located in Westlake Village, the verdant Four Seasons Hotel is an outstanding place to get away from it all. Lushly landscaped and surrounded by mountains, the resort offers a Jazz and Champagne Brunch every Sunday on its gorgeous Waterfall Lawn. Listen to live jazz as you sip champagne and enjoy the farm-to-table buffet featuring freshly made sushi, crab legs and other seafood, fresh-baked bread, organic produce and much more. -> More info here

18. Valerie Confections (Echo Park)

Valerie Confections offers up tea and dishes that pair well with it, their recently expanded tea program includes small-batch artisanal tea brands offering robust flavors like velvet cacao, blood orange, and smoky green akinomori houjicha. Settle in on the shaded patio with a hot, aromatic cup as you enjoy dishes like kale and goat cheese bread pudding with a fried egg, the croque madame with onion marmalade, or an herb-and-goat-cheese scone. -> More info here

Article courtesy of We Like LA.

The Best Jewish Delis in Los Angeles

New York may be the Jewish deli capital of the world, but Los Angeles is no slouch when it comes to putting together a nice spread. 

With Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur coming up, there’s no better time to familiarize yourself with the best of Los Angeles’ Jewish deli options.

Canters (Photo by Terry Olsen via the LAist Featured Photos Flickr pool)


An oldie but a goodie, Canter’s has been a beacon of fine delicatessen since it first opened in 1931. Painted a distinctive shade of Creamsicle orange, Canter’s is open 24 hours, a true gift when you find yourself wandering the desolate streets of the Fairfax district at 3:47 a.m. and longing for a steaming-hot cup of matzoh ball soup. (If you’ve never found yourself in this predicament, you haven’t lived in L.A. long enough.) There’s a certain gloomy glamour to Canter’s Deli; the Pfefferman family on Transparent, the “most Jewish show on television“, has a standing order there. And in her 2009 essay “Ten Notes on Oscar Season,” author Zadie Smith describes repairing to Canter’s—a “sprawling Jewish diner where you can get good chicken soup at two in the morning”—with a handful of celebrities after the Vanity Fair Oscar party. Canter’s is also home to The Kibitz Room, a wonderfully grubby dive bar that’s seen appearances from Guns N’ Roses, Joni Mitchell and other legendary musicians.

Canter’s Delicatessen is located at 419 N Fairfax Ave, Fairfax. (323) 651-2030

Pastrami and fries at Nate ‘n Al. (Photo by Celestine A. via Yelp.)


New York, you can keep your Katz’s and your Barney Greengrass; for us Angelenos, nothing hits the spot quite like a languorous Sunday-afternoon feast of matzo brei and cinnamon French toast at Nate ‘n Al. After you’ve finished digesting your brunch and perusing the “Arts & Leisure” section, order half a grapefruit to go and take a slow drive over to the Beverly Hills Athletic Club for an invigorating game of tennis. Then, ease yourself into a schvitz while complaining loudly about your lower back pain. Congratulations, you’ve just reached peak Affluent L.A. Jewish Grandfather.

Nate ‘n Al is located at 414 N Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills. (310) 274-0101

Langer’s Delicatessen on Alvarado Street. (Photo by Jasmine N. via Yelp.)


We’ve written before about Langer’s legendary pastrami sandwich, which no less a food authority than Nora Ephron famously deemed the best in the world. The 70-year-old Westlake deli is no one-hit wonder, though; Norm Langer, who inherited the business from his father Al, can often be spotted at the restaurant, doling out corned beef and cheese blintzes with a side of Borscht Belt humor. Sadly, Langer’s closes at 4 p.m. daily—if you’re in a rush, avail yourself of their “curb service” and get an order to go, but be warned that the famous #19 Hot Pastrami Sandwich is best enjoyed at one of Langer’s signature brown booths.

Langer’s is located at 704 S Alvarado Street, Westlake. (213) 483-8050

Black-and-white cookie goodness. (Photo courtesy of Wexler’s Deli, via Instagram)


While some Jewish delis refuse to stray from tradition (insert Fiddler On The Roof reference here), Wexler’s isn’t afraid to try new things. The downtown L.A. deli opened just three years ago in Grand Central Market, but its hearty, applewood-smoked fish and meats landed it on our most recent list of L.A.’s best breakfast spots. When it comes to a Jewish deli, so much depends on a pickle; while some establishments that shall remain nameless are content to serve up sad, soggy specimens alongside your entree, chef Micah Wexler brings the crunch with barrel-fermented pickles made in a salt brine. If you’re dining at Wexler’s Santa Monica location en route to the beach, pick up a “Big Poppa” (pastrami, egg and cheddar cheese on a bagel) to go, and don’t sleep on the chocolate babka.

Wexler’s is located at 616 Santa Monica Blvd in Santa Monica, (424) 744-8671. And at 317 S. Broadway in downtown L.A. (213) 620-0633

The lox plate at New York Famous Deli. (Photo via New York Famous Deli)


In a city teeming with high-concept “eateries”, there’s something wonderfully simple about New York Famous Deli. Nestled between a cheese shop and a hair salon on Colorado Boulevard in Eagle Rock, the restaurant offers an impressive Northeast L.A. counterpart to Langer’s famous pastrami sandwich, plus some New York-inspired offerings all its own. The eggplant parm really holds its own, and you haven’t lived until you’ve tried the “Rachel’s Belly Fries”, which come piled with cheese, grilled peppers, onions and roast beef. (Not exactly what they ate in the old country, but hey, it’s okay to get a little Reform at lunchtime.) In New York terms, NYFD is less of a Katz’s Deli and more of a random-place-next-to-your-subway-stop”: you drop in unexpectedly, and you don’t regret ending up there. Plus, you don’t really want to wait in that never-ending weekend line for Belle’s Bagels, do you?

New York Famous Deli is located at 2108 Colorado Blvd, Eagle Rock. (323) 255-3354

Chicken noodle soup at Brent’s. (Photo by Alan B. via Yelp)


Next time you’ve got a hankering for Jewish deli in the San Fernando Valley, drive directly to Brent’s. Even if it were located in the Fairfax district, this Northridge spot would hold its own in the matzo-ball department, and the kreplach—meat or potato dumplings in soup—is the perfect comfort food. (We would have included a picture of Brent’s kreplach up top, but it is a cruel fact of life that all kreplach looks disgusting in photos. We don’t know why, that’s just the way it is.) The portions at Brent’s are staggeringly massive, so come with an appetite or be prepared to leave with a doggy bag. To that end, Brent’s is a great place to take your Jewish grandma to lunch if you want to give her a built-in subject to complain about: “Why do the portions need to be so big? Back in my day…” et cetera, et cetera.

Brent’s is located at 19565 Parthenia Street, Northridge. (818) 886-5679

Fleishik’s sign on Beverly Boulevard. (Photo via Fleishik’s.)


While many of the delis on this list are as old as Moses, Fleishik’s just opened in March. Still, the deli is already attracting a cult following to its location near the Grove. Fleishik’s is in the mold of New York’s updated Russ & Daughters Cafe, offering cheeky modern interpretations of old-school deli favorites. Sandwich-wise, you can’t go wrong with the “Bubbe” (brisket, raw red onion and horseradish on a challah roll) or the “Zayde” (grilled salami, pickles and caramelized onion.) In an extremely L.A. update on a New York deli classic, Fleishik’s offers an “almond milk egg cream”, as well as a host of liquors with which to wash down your nosh. The menu might be playful, but Fleishik’s does not play when it comes to Jewish dietary law—the restaurant keeps kosher, with an on-site rabbi supervising the food’s preparation, and observes shabbat on Saturdays.

Fleishik’s is located at 7563 Beverly Blvd, Fairfax. (323)-746-5750

Complimentary pickles at Factor’s. (Photo by Winnie L. via Yelp)


There are restaurants that perform wild gastronomical feats to get your attention, and then there are restaurants like Factor’s. Occupying the same space on Pico Boulevard since 1948, Factor’s shines brightest when it comes to the simple things—smoked fish, matzo brei, corned beef. While Canter’s may attract more star power, Factor’s does a brisk, no-frills business just fifteen minutes away, serving up food that can best be described as “delightfully predictable.” Just to clarify, there’s zero shade in that description; the best Jewish delis are marked by their predictability, serving up the same menu standbys—smoked salmon, whitefish, matzo ball soup—in a way that makes you feel at home, no matter what corner of the world you’re noshing in.

Factor’s is located at 9420 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles. (310) 278-9175

Story courtesy of LAist. 

Dog Haus Becomes First Outside Vendor To Set Up Shop At The Rose Bowl

It’s the 21st century, and the experience of watching sports live is something of an immersive affair. Arenas and stadiums come replete with shopping centers and cineplexes. As for the food, hot dogs and peanuts are now accompanied with honey lavender biscuits and quinoa salads (per Staples Center).

So it’s perhaps overdue that, for the first time ever, the Rose Bowl is bringing in an outside vendor to provide a new dining option. Dog Haus, that purveyor of tots and outsized dogs, announced Thursday that they will start plying their wares on September 3 at the start of the UCLA football season. There’s a bit of shared fraternity here, as Dog Haus opened its first shop in 2010 in the Pasadena area (where, obviously, the Rose Bowl has resided for 95 years).

Those who are familiar with Dog Haus know the drill: the dogs come in a toasted and pillowy fold of King’s Hawaiian rolls. The selling point is pretty self-evident here, but the joint takes it up a notch by making the dogs unique. Menu items will include the “Oktoberwürst,” which includes a Cajun-spiced, Emmentaler cheese-stuffed Bierwürst that’s topped with mustard aioli and chopped green onions. There’s also the “Long Snap,” which is a marriage of the house chili, cheddar, and green onions. Dog Haus will also be bringing their crispy tots, as well as a rotating roster of beers (though this will only be for concerts, and not UCLA football games, for the obvious reasons).

As stated in a release, “The Rose Bowl is now looking to improve the dining experience with Dog Haus leading the way,” which suggests that we may see other options popping up in the future. The stadium may be following in the steps of the Staples Center, which currently has, among other things, a BS Taqueria and Ludo Lefebvre’s pet project LudoBird.

Story courtesy of LAist.

Rodeo Realty's 2017 Summer Picnic

It was a beautiful day for Rodeo Realty’s 2017 Summer Picnic! The event was held Thursday at the Roxbury Memorial Park in Beverly Hills.

Rodeo Realty agents enjoyed a day filled with great food, water balloons, and softball! Oh, and let’s not forget about that delicious banana bread pudding–thanks Kerry Gelbard!

To view more photos of the picnic, visit our Facebook page:

It was a great day for a summer picnic!

Posted by Rodeo Realty on Thursday, August 17, 2017




DTLA’s newest food hall opening soon

Downtown Los Angeles’ newest food hall is expected to open soon!

Corporation Food Hall will be located down the street from the Spring Street Arcade and Grand Central Market. The new food hall announced its lineup last week.

Coming to the food hall is Tacos Tu Madre, Poke 2 Go, Pig Pen Delicacy, On the Thirty, Bardonna, Soom Soom, Buddha Belly, and Funculo.

The hall has nine stalls in total with communal seating down the middle. No word on when Corporation Food Hall will open, but it should be soon!

The address to Corporation Food Hall is 724 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles.

Rodeo Realty helps OPCC feed the homeless


On Monday, December 12, several Rodeo Realty agents took the day to feed the homeless.

Beverly Hills, Pacific Palisades and Sunset agents showed up to the Cloverfield Services Center in Santa Monica and helped OPCC prepare and serve food to some of the community’s most vulnerable residents—homeless individuals and families, survivors of domestic violence, challenged youth, indigent Veterans, and other who have nowhere else to turn.

In addition to volunteering, Rodeo Realty also donated $3,000 to the organization. The monetary donation will help OPCC provide almost 4,500 meals to individuals in need.

The non-profit organization relies on the generosity of volunteers and Rodeo Realty is happy to help and make a difference in the lives of others!

Last Tuesday, Brentwood agents volunteered and helped the organization feed the homeless as well.

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Rodeo Realty collecting donations to help West Valley Food Pantry


The West Valley Food Pantry is preparing for its annual Holiday Toy Drive. This year’s drive will be Saturday, December 17.

To help with donations, all Rodeo Realty offices have become drop off locations. From now until December 14, donations to help the Pantry can be dropped off at any Rodeo Realty office.

The Pantry is asking for donations of gift cards, toys, board games, electronics, sports equipment and bags, cologne, makeup, costume jewelry, perfume, face/body lotions, nail products, clothing, etc.

Donations of unwrapped, new gifts can also be dropped off at the Pantry (5700 Rudnick Ave in Woodland Hills) before December 15. The organization receives many toys for young children, but few are received for older boys and girls. Please consider bringing a gift for a teenage child. Gift cards of $20-$30 amounts are especially popular with this age.

Rodeo Realty is also helping the Pantry with food donations. The organization feeds the hungry, helps unemployed residents, the working poor, the homeless, and those living on fixed incomes. In order to continue their work of feeding almost 3,000 people per month, the Pantry also needs food donations. To view preferred and needed food items, view the flyer below.

For information on the Pantry, you can visit their website at westvalleyfoodpantry.org.

Toy and food donations can be dropped off at the following Rodeo Realty locations:

17501 Ventura Blvd.
Encino, CA 91316

9338 Reseda Blvd., Suite 102
Northridge, CA 91324

Woodland Hills
21031 Ventura Blvd., Suite 100
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

23901 Calabasas Rd., Suite 1050
Calabasas, CA 91302

Beverly Hills
202 N. Canon Dr.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

11940 San Vicente Blvd., Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90049

Pacific Palisades
839 Via De La Paz
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Sherman Oaks
15300 Ventura Blvd. #101
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

Studio City
12345 Ventura Blvd., #A
Studio City, CA 91604

West Hollywood
9200 Sunset Blvd., #200
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Westlake Village
100 N. Westlake Blvd., #100A
Westlake Village, CA 91362


Rodeo Realty offices enjoy Thanksgiving luncheon


This week, Rodeo Realty offices had their very own Thanksgiving luncheon. Agents enjoyed a complete Thanksgiving meal with all the fixings!

Below are a few photos of agents enjoying their luncheon:

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Sherman Oaks' staff cook breakfast for agents


On Wednesday, November 16, Rodeo Realty’s Sherman Oaks manager Jason Katzman and staff from the office cooked breakfast for the agents. The staff put together the early event to thank all of the agents in the office for their hard work and dedication. Agents enjoyed a breakfast that included, eggs, bacon, sausage, waffles, and hash browns–all cooked by the staff!

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Rodeo Realty sponsoring Thanksgiving event to help feed homeless and hungry

On Wednesday, November 23, Hope of the Valley will provide the largest Thanksgiving meal in the Valley at their Help Center in Van Nuys.

Several Rodeo Realty agents will be in attendance helping serve more than 1,000 traditional Thanksgiving meals to the homeless and hungry.


In order to help the ministry offset the cost of feeding so many hungry people, Rodeo Realty is also sponsoring several tables for the event. The company cares about the less fortunate and is happy to be able to continue sponsoring the event and also volunteer.


For the Thanksgiving banquet, homeless individuals and people in need will be bused to the center from all over the Valley to enjoy a gourmet Thanksgiving meal. In addition to enjoying a meal with all the fixings, guests will also be able to participate in the fourth annual street fair where community partners will give away blankets, socks, tooth brushes, sleeping bags, medical exams, and much more! Hope of the Valley will also give away two cars.