Agoura Hills is a city in Los Angeles County, California. Its population was estimated to be at 20,843 in 2014, up from 20,537 at the 2000 census. It is in the eastern Conejo Valley between the Simi Hills and the Santa Monica Mountains. The city is on the border between the county of Los Angeles to the east and south, and Ventura County to the north and west. It is about 30 miles (48 km) northwest of Downtown Los Angeles and less than 10 miles (16 km) west of the Los Angeles city limits (Woodland Hills). Agoura Hills and unincorporated Agoura sit next to Calabasas, Oak Park, and Westlake Village.
Things to do in Agoura Hills
5 based on 88 reviews
We heard about Tifa from a friend, we went out on a sat afternoon with the kids. Ashley was very warm and friendly, and had the patience of a saint- while we asked for 'tastes' of all the wonderful choices of gelato they have. The waffle cones are made on the counter and everything feels very authentic and homely. We loved everything we got,and the kids had the homemade cookies and chocolates. I tried one of their cappuccinos. All good! Its nice to have family businesses like this who focus so hard on the quality of the product and have staff who offer genuine warm service. We will be back again... and again.... and again.. Enjoy!
4.5 based on 315 reviews
Dine-in at our Agoura Hills Restaurant Recognized for Superb Food at Moderate Prices Wood Ranch's Agoura Hills Restaurant is famous for highly praised, savory signature dishes such as: Premium Baby Back Pork Ribs, Certified Angus Beef(C) (steaks, prime rib, and burgers), USDA Choice (tri-tip, fresh fish, chicken), a nationally-recognized Kids' Menu, a broad selection of beautifully presented salads, and homemade desserts.
I hadn't been here in many years ( 15 +), but I remembered that the peanut coleslaw was amazing.
It still is.
However, the bbq itself was a bit of a letdown. The sauce was more bitter than I prefer, and the meat not as lean.
Super busy, and still super popular, so it obviously agrees with local tastes .
Get there early, or be prepared to wait a long time.
4.5 based on 526 reviews
Restaurant Hours: SUN-THUR 11:30am-9:30pm FRI-SAT 11:30am-10:00pm Happy Hour Sunday All day until 6:00 PM Monday - Friday 4:00 - 6:00 PM. Patio seating! Lure Fish House was created with the goal of providing you with a Top Tier Seafood Experience featuring fresh and sustainable seafood from trusted sources. Our restaurant strives to provide locally caught seafood, organically grown local produce, and wines from local vineyards whenever possible. We also feature a full bar with specialty cocktails, and an oyster bar serving a variety of fresh items that can vary daily. Lure specializes in Mesquite charbroiled seafood while also providing uniquely prepared selections by our chef. We print our menus daily to reflect availability and guarantee freshness. Our primary goal is to provide you, our guest, a fun and exciting seafood experience. So just remember, "if you are looking for a healthy and delicious dish...Eat more fish!"
Four of us dined and had some appetizers, the variety offered is staggering. Entrees this time were fish and chips, salmon, scallops and chiopini. Every entree was great. We even had some desert. Too bad it’s so far from Colorado!
5 based on 34 reviews
We were driving on the 101 Highway to Santa Barbara and I searched for bakeries. Just needed a little something sweet to enjoy. Was not disappointed and would frequent them often if I lived in the area. I am gluten free and there were a few pasteries that worked for me. Delicious and sweet but not overpoweringly sweet. Enjoyed our treats!!
4.5 based on 23 reviews
The best ice cream around. Love all the unique flavors and their super friendly staff.
Everything they serve is great here, even the coffee.
Some times they have a chocolate no sugar added ice cream that tastes really good for someone like me who loves dark chocolate. it's rich and creamy.
The fig and rose is one of my faves.
5 based on 90 reviews
Wonderful place. It can get a little bit crazy during rush hour, around lunch time, making the wait time quite long. Take advantage of calling in your order so that it's ready for lunch. Fresh ingredients and great portions. Love the crusty bread!
4.5 based on 203 reviews
Located in beautiful Westlake Village CA, Tuscany Il Ristorante invites you for an enticing dining experience. Chef/owner, Tommaso Barletta, has created a true upscale Italian menu with flavors that linger on your palette, bringing you back for more. Enjoy your evening as the experienced staff glides around the dining room, always ready with a smile. Whether you are interested in a quiet celebration, a business meeting, or out with your family Tuscany's versatile menu and award winning wine list can meet your needs.
We have dined at Tuscany for years and every visit is consistently good. The food preparation and Incredible flavors reminds me of my dining experiences in Italy. They put effort in to their dishes and its obvious. In my opinion there is no Italian restaurant in the area that compares and that extends to Los Angeles. I also want to mention that Kevin our waiter makes the dining experience a complete pleasure - thanks Kevin for your attentive service and personality.
4.5 based on 188 reviews
We were guided here by winding roads and hungry stomachs. My friend was an employee there and recommended we stop in and feel our hunger.
The sweet rolls were delicious. Some of the flakiest sweetest most delicious cinnamon rolls ever. I recommend them.
Next I had a delicious meat frittata. I'm guessing unit was a half dozen eggs, sausage, bacon and ham. There were a few potatoes in the bottom that were perfectly spiced.
One of my friends had the pancakes and loved them a bunch. Another friend had the biscuits and gravy and thought they were truly a blessing from the kitchen.
Great place to eat!
4.5 based on 255 reviews
Perhaps the first thing to know about the Stonehaus is that it has its own vineyards. Yes, actual vineyards you can walk through. I don't know that you can get actual wine made from the grapes, but what is offered is varied and excellent. The food offerings in the Stonehaus itself are light but varied. They often have very nice music as well. On top of this, the cafe/wine bar is part of a larger complex with other bars and restaurants and a lovely little miniature lake. So overall it's just a very sweet peaceful place to be, with just the right amount of sociability, if you want it, or places to sit comfortably alone. A rare spot in LA and worth seeking out.
4 based on 126 reviews
Great egg dishes, fresh salads, plentiful portions, friendly service--what's not to like? We eat at one or more of the Jinky's chain on every trip to L.A. It's like an old friend. The food is reliably good and they never rush you. We like the...More5 stars!!! Thank you!
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