The City of Thousand Oaks is a beautiful community recognized for being one of the most desirable places in all of California to live, work, and raise a family. Located in between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara in Ventura County, 8 to 12 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, Thousand Oaks is nestled against the Santa Monica Mountains with over 15,000 acres of natural publicly owned open space located within the City’s boundaries.
Us here at The Mark Moskowitz Team want to show you some examples of the great restaurants, entertainment, and quality schools available in this area.
Handcrafted sandwiches with serious meat- we brine, baste and roast. Our ovens start early, scratch-made bread daily! Seasonal sides, lemonades and more..2626 Thousand Oaks Blvd.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Telephone: (805) 777-9222
Home to some of the greatest El Salvadorean cuisine in the area. La Caretta is a small, friendly establishment that has been serving authentic homestyle cuisine for quite a while. If you are looking to get some real papusas, tortas, or huevos rancheros, look no further.75 S. Rancho Rd.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Telephone: (805) 494-4624
One of the most exquisite gourmet steakhouses in the area. Mastros offers a variety of high quality, expertly prepared entrees on a daily basis. If you are looking to have a fancy dinner that you know will leave your friends jealous, Mastros is the place.2087 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Telephone: (805) 418-1811
P & L Burgers
If you are looking for a decently priced incredible burger from a local spot that is not a chain, P & L’s is where its at. Serving the community for many years, it is somewhat of a local secret. They also serve incredible breakfast burritos, gyros, and other delicious meals. This is a real conejo valley treasure.2000 E. Avenida De Los Arboles
Thousand Oaks, CA 91301
Telephone: (805) 493-5336
Thousand Oaks is home to many fun and educational recreational activities, from parks and movie theaters to dance studios and performing arts centers. There is something for everyone, so the next time you and your family are feeling bored on the weekend take a look at some of the exciting examples we have down below for an idea.
Civic Arts Center
The Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza was built by decision of the Thousand Oaks City Council and opened for their inaugural season in October 1994. Home to multiple massive theaters and multiple art galleries, the Civic Arts Plaza is the place to experience culture in the Conejo Valley. Famous performers and speakers are scheduled almost constantly so there is always something to look forward to.
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The Gardens of the World became a reality when Ed and Lynn Hogan, decided to build a striking monument to commemorate the various cultures of the world. Their motivation was simple: to give something back to the community where they live and conduct their highly successful business, and the desire to share with others their travel experiences and the beauty they have seen during their travels around the world. The Gardens of the World exist not only as a cultural contribution to the community, but as an educational tool.
Between the mall, the mountains, the freeway and the green way, lies one of the hidden gems of the Conejo Valley. The Conejo Valley Botanic Garden is 33-acres of natural terrain encircled by the city of Thousand Oaks. From the the sweeping vistas at the peak of the Garden through fifteen unique, hillside specialty gardens, and onto the hiking trail along the riparian steam, the Conejo Valley Botanic Garden is a destination not to be missed. The garden is open every day except holidays and is free to the public.
Located right outside the Oaks Shopping Mall, this cutting edge modern theater allows you to watch the newest films in the lap of luxury. Incredible VIP seating options, 4k Sony projectors, restaurant and bar upstairs, and a huge amount of snack options are just some of the incredible features of this theater.
The Chumash Indian Museum is a historical site and living history center. This museum is dedicated to restoring and preserving an awareness of the Chumash people and their historical, cultural, material, and present-day influence, as well as the natural environment and historical significance of this site. Through exhibits, events, and educational programs, the Chumash Indian Museum serves as a gathering place for a partnership with the native and non-native communities connecting the past with the present to continue our shared future.
Thousand Oaks is homes to many beautiful houses of worship from a variety of different denominations. Whatever your belief system may be, with so many churches and synagogues to choose from you are bound to find somewhere to celebrate your religion with like minded people. Here are a few examples of some of the great places to choose from.