A self-described urban village, West Hollywood is a collection of distinct neighborhoods, each with a rich history and character.  We invite you to explore West Hollywood’s unique neighborhood as you visit each of the dispensaries and lounges in the Emerald Village.


Sunset Strip

The most famous stretch of Sunset Boulevard, the Sunset Strip has been home to Los Angeles’ premier nightlife scene for nearly a century.  Founded in the roaring ‘20’s, the Sunset Strip has been Los Angeles’ playground, with a range of hotel options, fine dining and live music venues.

Stores on the Sunset Strip: Greenwolf


Design District

We invite you to explore West Hollywood’s Design District, along Melrose Avenue and Beverly Boulevard. Home to distinct interior design and fashion, West Hollywood’s Design District are where tomorrow’s trends can become your styles today.



World-renowned as a premier LGBTQ+ nightlife district, West Hollywood’s Historic Rainbow District stretches along Santa Monica Boulevard between Doheny Avenue and Holloway Drive. You can recognize it by the famous landmark Rainbow Crosswalk. Here in the Rainbow Village you’ll find historic nightclubs like Micky’s and The Abbey, as well as newcomers to the scene like Rocco’s and Stache. You can also run shoulders with reality TV stars at places like SUR Lounge, Pump and Tom Tom’s.

Stores in the Rainbow Village: Aeon, Artist Tree, Zen Healing



During the height of the Cold War, emigres from the Soviet Union found a home in West Hollywood’s Eastside, giving the neighborhood a distinct character.  Play a game of chess or tennis in Plummer Park, or fulfill your late-night munchies at nearby Astro Burger.

Stores on the Russian Eastside: AHHS, Calma, LAPCG, PleasureMed, OG Cafe



Home to West Hollywood City Hall, West Hollywood’s Center City stretches from Holloway Drive to Fairfax Avenue along Santa Monica Boulevard.  Grab a coffee at Miss Melbourne, Go Get ‘Em Tiger or the Conservatory, enjoy a meal at Hamburger Mary’s, Connie and Ted’s or Marco’s Trattoria and meet the locals who call West Hollywood home.

Members in Center City: MedMen, Monica’s House