If you are considering purchasing glasses (or any sort of optical aid) from this business, I would highly suggest against doing so. The service is beyond shocking, and the owner behaves inappropriately, raising the voice and acting in a clearly irritated manner. It is evident that the business' mindset is set on maximizing profit, with little care for the customers themselves. Please, do yourself a favor and find a business that respects you.
5. Lux Eyewear
Lux Eyewear by far outdoes any of it's competition. Their prices on eyeglasses and sunglasses are way beyond less expensive than any of the big cha…
8500 Beverly BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90048
From Business: SEE, voted Best Eyewear in Readers' Polls from coast to coast, is a gouge-free environment for people who appreciate luxury eyewear without the absurd price tag. …
11. Oakley Store
6801 Hollywood Blvd Ste 277Los Angeles, CA 90028
From Business: Experience the innovative design of Oakley at the Oakley Store at Hollywood & Highland Center. Oakley redefines products by disrupting what's expected in our eyew…
They have served our need for glasses several times. Out standing quality and great customer service. My husband's glasses are perfect. Thank you so much, James and Dee Hung
Dr. Boudaie is very knowledgeable and explained everything clearly. I highly recommend her for anyone looking for a reliable optometrist
This is a busy LensCrafters location, be prepared to wait. If your insurance covers it that's great! If you're paying out-of-pocket it can be expensive so be prepared. Selection can be good and they carry all major brands.
Looked for glass here and find the find any that I liked. They had good kids frames and reading glasses. low prices are a plus.
Rowena optical is a nice local Optomitrist. Limited selection of sunglasses. Quick turn around time to complete my glasses.
This place is kind of small but they have a good collection of different glasses and sunglasses. The optometrist is very nice and honest. Parking is always available too.
Just had lasik, Dr. Soroudi is the best, thank you Dr.
Sevan, who runs the store, is great.
December 12, 2013 I went to lenscrafter at the downtown (at the basement of Target) to buy Oakley sunglasses. The $160 Oakley would only be $60 after a discount of $100 from vision insurance (for frame). Long story short, I had to undergo eye exam as suggested by their staff to avail it. Well, after almost 2 hours of wait plus eye exam, I had to know the bill. This lady staff priced the holbrook oakley (which is regularly priced at $160 at a ridiculously high price of $524 or something. Hello? Are you ok? Instead of feeling bad, I kept laughing. I don't recommend this store to others. The guy staff are good- professional, accommodating. The Asian lady doctor was amazing. But the lady staff wanted to rip me off my money big time. She acted like a street robber. Two hours after I left one of their staff called me and asked what happened. I told him everything. He asked me to come back if I need something. Really? Why would I do that? Suggestion to lenscrafters: Don't drive away customers by luring them to have their eyes checked for a free or discounted price of eyeglasses or sunglasses, and then charged them with ridiculously high price- an oakley holbrook which originally is only $160 for $500+. I can't be stupid to buy it, and more stupid to go back to your outlet.