The City of West Hollywood and the gracious and generous Norma Triangle Neighborhood Watch sponsors are providing quite a nice assortment of information (e.g., going green with cars & our Real Estate info at our Open House Table), raffle goodies like a gift basket from OLIANA, gift certificates for a massage & facial from SHAHR SALON and a $50 meal for two at LA CONVERSATION!
Even a full Mariachi Band with face painters will join us so please bring the children. We even have two massage therapists -- compliments of MERIDIAN DAY SPA.
There will be lots of food from our favorite local eateries, including La Conversation, The Palm, Flavor of India, The Abbey, Z Pizza, Café D’Etoile, Berri’s Café, Pi on Sunset, and others...
We also have SALSA dance instruction with an anticipated performance by two professional dancers.
All this festivity will be accommodated by a minor street closure from Lloyd Place extending east from Elevado to Norma Place!
Celebrating National Night Out has been a tradition in West Hollywood since 1984, when the City incorporated.
The Norma Triangle is a residential neighborhood in West Hollywood, California. It encompasses the area bound by Doheny Drive and Beverly Hills on the west, Sunset Blvd and Holloway Drive on the north, and Santa Monica Blvd on the south. The small district is carved into the shape of a right triangle.
The neighborhood is walkable and upscale with cafes and restaurants, shopping, nightclubs, parks, and bars in close proximity. The Norma Triangle includes a small portion of the Sunset Strip and a large portion of "Boys' Town" a popular gay district on Santa Monica Blvd. It is also home to the Ticketmaster corporate headquarters, the largest employer in West Hollywood; and IAC's CityGrid Media in the famous Frank Gehry building on Sunset.