3 Days in Burbank, For Outdoor Explorers and Adventure Seekers
Breakfast at Basecamp and High Horse Dinette
Start your day at this local favorite offering grab-and-go options for a quick meal or dining on the outdoor patio. Then explore the Rancho Equestrian District, where homes come with their own horse boxes.
Reward yourself after a successful hike with lunch at The Canyon Grill at DeBell. Taste great food and drinks on the restaurant’s outdoor patio that showcases beautiful views of Burbank and the golf course.
Enjoy breathtaking sunset views of the city at this newly-renovated venue situated above Burbank. Stop by for their weekday ‘Tappy Hours’ or simply enjoying dishes from Chef Perry Pollaci’s seasonally-inspired menu.
Chandler Bike Path: This popular urban treasure is a two-mile trail for biking, rollerblading, jogging or just plain strolling. The path weaves through the Magnolia Park neighborhood with its residential charm and lively street scene. It’s also a chance to take in art, with several installations scattered along the route. Plus, the Bikeway connects to several other metropolitan bike paths, including the Los Angeles River Trail. The Chandler Bike Path is a great way to spend your morning, but you could continue riding all afternoon!
Alternatively, switch gears and hike Wildwood Canyon Park. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city with this hike, where you’ll be rewarded at the top with a stunning view of the Los Angeles basin, from Downtown L.A. to Universal Studios, the Hollywood Hills and beyond.
Dinner at North End Pizzeria
This delicious pizzeria brings family recipes from the North End of Boston to its cozy location in Magnolia Park. Choose from a variety of pizza options, paired with a salad or their famous garlic bread. If you have enough room, walk over to Quenelle, a dessert shop offering a selection of housemade ice creams and pastries.