Fairfax Avenue is a street on north central Los Angeles. It runs from La Cienega Boulevard to Hollywood Boulevard, in Hollywood, on its northern end. Since World War II, the Fairfax District has been a heavily Jewish neighborhood. Fairfax High School, on the corner of Fairfax and Melrose Avenue, was known as the alma mater of many entertainment industry personalities. Canter's Deli has been a late night hangout in Los Angeles since the 1940s. World-famous recording studio, Cherokee Studios, home to over 250 gold and platinum recorders, is just above Melrose Avenue. The Grove is based off 3rd Street and Fairfax. Due to the volume of high density attractions, Fairfax is one of the most congested streets in Los Angeles.
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