Qwil apartments for rent in Larchmont Village never runs low on excitement. Dining and shopping experiences are a walk away from your luxury apartments in LA. Since there are so many things to do in Larchmont Village, we thought we would help you out.
Dining in Larchmont Village
Whether you plan on having an entire day of shopping with the family or just a simple day out with friends, you’ll need some fuel.
Start with a cup of joe from Go Get Em Tiger. They have an iced almond-macadamia milk latte with house-made almond milk that we love. You can’t go wrong with their espresso milkshake either. Regardless of what you order, we suggest pairing it with a pastry.
On those days out with friends, a trip to the Larchmont Village Farmers Market is a must. Especially if you plan on cooking dinner together after your afternoon out and about. It is open every Sunday from 10 AM to 2 PM at the public parking lot on the boulevard’s west side. Vendors sell fresh produce, baked goods, tamales, and more.
Considering a night out on the town as well? Or maybe you’ll want to reminisce about your day on your Qwil balcony with a bottle of wine? Either way, the Larchmont Village Wine, Spirits & Cheese has everything you need. They are known for their gourmet sandwiches and have a variety of cheeses for a charcuterie plate. Their fine wine selection is predominantly from France, Italy, and the U.S. There is also a small spirits selection if you decide to mix up some cocktails.
You deserve a treat! Ice cream from the iconic Salt & Straw will fill your sweet tooth perfectly. Their classic flavors are outstanding, particularly the sea salt with caramel ribbons. Every item on the menu is a hit, but we typically order their monthly flavors.
Shopping in Larchmont Village
Now, onto the shopping!
If you have out-of-towners, you must take them to Chevalier’s Books. Not only is it Larchmont Village’s longest-standing business, but it is LA’s oldest bookstore. It opened in 1940 and features books for all ages and all genres.
Your out-of-towners may want to leave with some sort of trinket. In addition to Chevalier’s Books, there is Landis Gifts & Stationery. They come in handy for scrapbooks and personalized stationery.
Finally, make sure to update your summer wardrobe and stock up on wellness products from some of our favorite shops on the block: