Glendale (California)

Glendale is a city located at the southeastern corner of the San Fernando Valley of Southern California, situated between Burbank and Downtown Los Angeles.

Get in

By plane

Bob Hope Airport, located in neighboring Burbank, is the closest airport to Glendale.

By rail

Metrolink trains connect Glendale to Bob Hope Airport and Los Angeles Union Station.

Get around

Glendale's Beeline bus service connects with the Los Angeles Metro line. You can purchase a 31-day pass for $36 or a ten-ride pass for $9.

See

Buy

Books

Eat

Being home to a large number of recent immigrants of Armenian, Middle Eastern, and Korean backgrounds, Glendale has some of the finest authentic restaurants.

Armenian

Chinese

Cuban

Deli

Iranian

Korean

Famous HK market. hankook market the biggest foreign market in Glendale

Paris Bakery a fusion between Korean-French style pastries. They are really beautiful pastries and cheap too. One of the top bakeries in Glendale.

Lebanese

Mexican

Peruvian

Mamita Peruvian Restaurant, 714 South Brand Blvd (Exit Brand Blvd from the 134 Freeway),  +1 818 243-5121. Open Mon-Thu 11:30AM-9:30PM; Fri-Sat 11:30AM-10PM; Sun 11:30AM-9PM. low.

Sleep

Go next

Routes through Glendale

Sacramento Burbank  N  S  Northwest L.A. Downtown L.A.
Northwest L.A. Northeast L.A.  S  N  La Cañada Flintridge Wrightwood
North Hollywood Griffith Park  W  E  Northeast L.A. Pasadena
Santa Barbara Burbank  N  S  Los Angeles San Diego


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