Restaurants in Beverly Hills Hotels
Beverly Hills hotels don’t stop at world-class accommodations and service! Many house restaurants are destinations in their own right and a must-try on your next visit.
Avec Nous at Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills
Offering both indoor and al fresco patio seating, Avec Nous at Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills boasts ornate decorations and a hip St. Tropez vibe, perfect for any occasion. Led by Executive Chef, Roger Thomas, the restaurant’s dishes are prepared with classic French techniques, incorporating Mediterranean, Italian and Spanish flavors and spices. Standouts from the menu include the irresistible lobster BLT flatbread, lamb rack dressed in port sauce, harissa and garbanzo and the whole roasted cauliflower, served with Vadouvan curry and Marcona almonds.
The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills
Under the direction of Executive Chef David Codney, The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills features Mediterranean-inspired dishes with a focus on locally sourced ingredients and wild-caught seafood. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, guests will enjoy plates such as Nutella french toast with banana for breakfast, prosciutto flatbread with arugula pesto and duck egg for lunch and grass-fed lamb tagine with golden raisin couscous and cumin yogurt for dinner.
Caulfield’s Bar and Dining Room at SIXTY Beverly Hills
On the ground floor of SIXTY Beverly Hills, Caulfield’s Bar & Dining Room dishes up contemporary American cuisine with French Mediterranean influences. Head in for upscale twists on classics and comfort foods, like the Whole Grilled Branzino with rosemary, thyme, brussels sprout hash and fresno chiles and Fried Calamari with gremolata crumble and spicy honey cream sauce. Other menu highlights include crispy duck breast, a beet and butternut squash salad and the Caulfield's Burger. An airy sunroom, marble-topped communal tables and soft custom leather armchairs fill different sections of the restaurant, making it the perfect spot for an intimate business lunch or a night out with a group of friends.
Circa 55 at The Beverly Hilton
Aptly named for the year in which the hotel was founded, CIRCA 55 pays tribute to its mid-century roots in both atmosphere and cuisine. Offering pool views with sweeping walls of glass and chic décor, CIRCA 55 reinterprets California classics with a menu that is market-fresh and locally sourced. Whether you’re seeking an upscale dinner for two or a casual meal overlooking the pool, the enduring glamour of The Beverly Hilton is never far away at CIRCA 55.
CUT by Wolfgang Puck at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel
Set next to Beverly Wilshire’s grand lobby facing Wilshire Boulevard is Wolfgang Puck’s CUT. Since receiving the James Beard Foundation’s Best New Restaurant Award in 2006, CUT regularly makes the list for best restaurants in Los Angeles and top steakhouses in the country. The sleek modern design with light wood and white walls, designed by Richard Meier, the acclaimed architect of Los Angeles’ Getty Center Museum, positions CUT a world away from a traditional steakhouse. Consider creative appetizers to start like Maple Glazed Pork Belly with ten-spice, sesame-orange dressing and persimmon and Roasted Bone Marrow with salsify, agrodolce, parsley and toasted brioche.
Jean-Georges Beverly Hills
With establishments that adorn the global landscape from New York City to Japan, Beverly Hills welcomed the opening of Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, which include Jean-Georges Beverly Hills. The fine dining restaurant is the first West Coast venture by the acclaimed Michelin star chef and serves as the luxury property’s signature restaurant offering plush indoor seating, a 25-seat private dining room and a sprawling passionfruit vine-covered outdoor terrace. Featuring opulent French-American cuisine, the restaurant’s menu is available for In-Room Dining for guests of the hotel and are inspired by popular dishes of other Jean-Georges restaurants from around the world.
The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel
The Polo Lounge has been the favorite breakfast spot and watering hole for generations of stars and Hollywood deal-makers. The menu features many healthy salads, including the famous McCarthy Salad, as well as heartier fare, like gourmet burgers and steak frites. The name sprang from the lounge’s early regulars, including Will Rogers, who would stop in for a drink following a polo game. This historic restaurant continues to attract entertainment industry executives and celebrities, making it the ultimate afternoon power-dining spot.
Viviane at Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills
Tucked away inside Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills is the elegant eatery, Viviane, where you can indulge in a modern Californian interpretation of classic European and American cuisine. Guests can sit inside the chic restaurant, located just off the hotel’s main entrance, or alfresco at a poolside table or private cabana. Here, plates are served family-style, which allows guests to share multiple dishes, such as crab avocado toast, with hard boiled egg, chili, onion and herbs or hoseradish-pistachio-crusted salmon, with spaetzel, burssel sprouts, green apple dill purée and herbs. The indoor-outdoor eatery, which was designed by the internationally-renowned Kelly Wearstler, also features an impressive wine list of California and French varietals and a cocktail menu with a well-polished take on classic drinks, like the Moscow Mule and Vespertine.