Reseda is a neighborhood located in northwest Los Angeles. The area is primarily residential and has a quiet-town feel because there are no trains or major highways in the immediate vicinity. The population of Reseda is small, giving it a homey atmosphere. Those living in Reseda have a great view of the nearby mountains and the streets are lined with trees. The local bus system is the only public transit offering in the neighborhood.
The average weather in the LA area is warm and sunny with winter highs around 68 degrees Fahrenheit and summer highs at 88. It's the perfect weather to enjoy one of the many parks in Reseda by going for a jog, taking a hike, reading a book and more.
Reseda offers a mix of dining choices from authentic Mexican to Thai. Try a dish from one of the many seafood restaurants in the area. LA is right on the Pacific Ocean, so fresh fish is always available whether you like it cooked or raw in a sushi dish.
Reseda is near the Japanese Garden. The grounds feature native Japanese plants, oriental architecture and traditional landscaping. The staff hosts events and exhibits, such as Origami Day, where residents can learn more about traditional Japanese culture.