Encino

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Encino is a city in the San Fernando Valley of Southern California.

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The town was named for the Rancho Los Encinos (Ranch of the Evergreens) that was founded in 1845.

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Encino is located along US-101 and I-405.

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Movies at the Encino Town Center.

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Mountain Biking - There are plenty of trails in the Santa Monica Mountains, Verdugo Hills and the various canyons. A great ride starts at the south end of Reseda, or stop part way up and begin at Caberello Canyon. Ride up to dirt Mulholland and go either north or south. If you go south you will see the Nike Site (missiles were stored there during the cold war) or north and ride over to Trippet Ranch, Will Rogers park, Eagle Rock or to the lookout point. Great riding - single track and fire roads.

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  • Bahar Cuisine Restaurant, [1].
  • Red Square Restaurant, 17209 Ventura Blvd. Encino, CA, (818)-783-6300. Tue-Sun 12:00PM+. Great food, Banquets and Parties, Free parking (34.160868,-118.507893)

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Routes through Encino
Santa BarbaraWoodland Hills  N noframe S  Sherman OaksLos Angeles


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