Littlerock is a census-designated place in Los Angeles County, California, United States. The population was 1,377 at the 2010 census, down from 1,402 at the 2000 census. The Littlerock, and Sun Village community, which is typically referred to as Littlerock, has a population around 15,000. According to the Greater Antelope Valley Economic Alliance report of 2009, the Palmdale / Lancaster urban area has a population of 483,998, which Littlerock is a part of.
Things to do in Littlerock
4 based on 75 reviews
We were driving along highway 138 in beautiful downtown Little Rock at Charlie Brown market for a quick bite we got buffalo burgers ostrich burgers pretty delicious and shakes that are out of this world. It's a pretty cool place to stop and check all the knickknacks there's a lot of antiques very interesting place. If you're passing through Little Rock on the highway 138 you need to stop and check this place out.
4 based on 7 reviews
My outdoor studio is sort of just round the corner, so I was always looking for a classic local place I can take my artists, staff and workshop attendants to.
Right now, unfortunately, this place is only open for breakfast and lunch, as the - very kind - new owner is waiting for his alcohol license. Still, he opened for my workshop attendants for dinner - and we all throughly enjoyed their burgers - once they got over the crazy facts: there is no Malcolm - and they do not sell steaks. The burgers and salads are very good though :-)
4.5 based on 79 reviews
At In-N-Out Burger, quality is everything. Stop by to enjoy our menu of hamburgers, cheeseburgers, french fries and shakes. In-N-Out makes fast food the old fashioned way.
Every time I visit Cali, I'm always coming here. I wish there was an in-n-out Burger in Alabama where I live now since the food is so good here. There is five guys, but they are overly priced and a knock off of in-n-out burger.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Happened to be traveling CA138 and it was time for breakfast. I will always choose a local place over a chain restaurant. Sometimes that works out well, sometimes not so much. Today was a winner.
Good basic home style food served fast and hot. The waitress was friendly and never let my coffee cup hit empty. I had the chili and cheese omelet with hash browns. Very satisfying. Note should be made that toast or biscuits and gravy were also part of the platter but I declined. If I was again in the area and hungry, I would not hesitate to stop in again.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Big selection of yogurt and toppings. Place is always clean and the staff courteous and friendly. Straight yogurt is not so expen$ive but some toppings jack the cost up because one buys the order by the pound. (1 ounce = $xyz) Additionally, location is great; lots of decent places to enjoy a meal then grab a frozen yogurt for desert at Froggy's (my granddaughter's name for them lol!) before or after shopping.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
The key question should be, "Why would anyone open a Hungarian sausage restaurant In Littlerock?" After considering that, just be grateful that they did. Located about a block east of Charlie Brown's it leaves it behind by a mile. A small restaurant with only three tables inside and some outside seating, you will marvel at what they sell. They have a counter with over 30 kinds of sausages which you will find nowhere within 50 miles. They will prepare a sandwich plate for you to eat there or provide meals to take home. This is not fast food, so don't expect to walk up and then be handed your food. But the short wait is worth it. Parking easy, prices not bad. Service friendly.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
This little place has been around a long time but I just recently was in the area (strip mall) and ordered a pizza because it was convenient. Surprisingly good with generous toppings and good quality cheese. Crust has a nice chew to it and doesn't get soggy as so many others do. Haven't had anything else but saw the calzone which looked great.
5 based on 1 reviews
Great portions, and decently priced. They serve chips and salsa (salsa has a good taste, slightly spicy*, but bearable- *depends on your spicy tolerance). Coke won the fountain drinks selection, but there are other refreshing drinks like Horchata. The meat was slightly over seasoned, but not too much. Fresh ingredients used in my Torta. Mostly booths for the seating area.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
worst starbucks I have been to...ever. i have been going to this place for the last 5 years because it is on my way to work and they have always been bad: frequently forget to get your drink, poor attitudes, lids are not on all the way etc. today was the last straw. we ordered 2 Turkey bacon sandwiches and my wifes was luke warm out of the oven. mine was half frozen. they don't care. for $4 each it is just insulting.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
Went for lunch. This is a local, family owned sit down restaurant situated in a location where the restaurants never seem to work out.
This one has lasted for awhile and you have to wonder why. We were handed menus when we walked in and told to let them know when we wanted to order.
We wanted to order a long time before the waitress peeked from behnd the counter in the back of the restaurant shouting out to ask if we were ready. Then she said she'd be right there and we had to wait again while we could hear her talking and laughiing out of sight.
We were the only people in the restaurant, by the way.
She finally came out to take our order. Then she put down some napkins and told us to put all our trash in there.
Finally the food came. Dreadful...I should have stayed home and heated up a microwave dinner.
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