Vinatero Wine Shop
Tastings are held daily. Along with a broad stock of varietals, you’ll find an eclectic array of beers, including some that are on tap. » 6531 Greenleaf Ave.
Handcrafted furniture designs include coffin-shaped coffee tables, spiderweb- and tattoo-accented dressers, and rocker-chic cribs. » 12909 Philadelphia St.
The no-frills restaurant makes L.A.’s best Burmese food. The ginger salad—coconut, fried garlic, peanuts, sesame seeds, pungent spice—is mandatory. » 7011 S. Greenleaf Ave.
Whittier Village Cinemas
The art deco landmark has survived the Great Depression, earthquakes, a turn as an adult theater, and Netflix. » 7038 Greenleaf Ave.
Setá Dine: Lounge
Not far from Nixon’s former law offices, chef Hugo Molina has opened a snazzy new dining room and lounge, with a menu that skews New American. » 13033 Philadelphia St.
Casita del Pueblo
Frida Kahlo’s image is everywhere in this shop, which showcases Latino art, jewelry, and handicrafts, including witty Day of the Dead figurines. » 6738 Greenleaf Ave.
Rattle ’n Roll
This is the place to go when you want to swaddle a neophyte hipster in Mötley Crüe T-shirts and punk-approved onesies, even Mini Me fedoras. » 6702 Greenleaf Ave.
The youth brigade comes here for a reasonably priced mix of new and vintage clothing (evening dresses, boots, blouses, tees) and accessories. » 6727 Greenleaf Ave.