Wondering what to do after hitting up the SLGC dispensary? The Silver Lake neighborhood has its own history, charm and attractions that provide a nice counter point to the more well known neighborhoods of LA. Where Santa Monica and Sunset Boulevard cross at “Sunset Junction” has a unique history of its own, from old railway lines to gay rights actions that preceded Stonewall in New York.

In this lengthy write up from GQ, you can find a long list of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops to visit after you’ve taken care of business at the dispensary. Casting a slightly wider net, Griffith Park with the famous observatory is a few minutes away to the north, and to the south just a couple miles is Dodger Stadium if baseball is your thing. Or just have a nice meander and find your fill of good coffee, vinyl, food, cocktails and clothing.

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