Unforgettable Brunches in Beverly Hills
With many of the finest restaurants and hotels in the country located in Beverly Hills, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to hear that the city’s brunch offerings are not only delectable, but very popular among A-list celebrities and local foodies alike. From classic dishes and famous salads to bottomless beverages in unforgettable settings, brunch in Beverly Hills is a culinary experience that shouldn’t be missed!
What’s your Flavor?
Undoubtedly, the popularity of brunch in Beverly Hills is due to the variety of incredible menus. Brunch lovers will find dishes ranging from classic crowd pleasers, such as Belgian Waffles and Eggs Benedict to popular hometown favorites like Chicken & Waffles and Steak & Eggs.
For diners hoping to soak up the beautiful Beverly Hills sunshine while enjoying their meal, CIRCA 55 at The Beverly Hilton allows guests to dine outside on the patio, alongside the hotel’s famous pool, and offers a Sunday Brunch buffet with an array of breakfast, salad and dessert selections such as made-to-order Omelets, Vanilla French Toast, Tuscan Kale and Quinoa salad, a house made assortment of cookies, tarts, truffles and more. Serving breakfast all day, guests dining at the Cabana Café at The Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalows can enjoy a poolside brunch with house favorites, Tuna Tartare or a Buttermilk Blueberry Pancakes, topped with Greek honey yogurt and maple syrup.
The Farm of Beverly Hills serves up innovative American cuisine with an emphasis on simple, farm fresh ingredients. Located on the bustling North Beverly Drive, those enjoying brunch at The Farm can choose from a variety of options such as the California Omelet with egg whites, corn, black beans, pico de gallo and Ranchero sauce, or the Maple Baked Salmon Salad, with organic greens, apples, candied walnuts, cherry tomatoes, grapes and maple honey mustard vinaigrette. The “M” in M Café represents the restaurant’s Contemporary Macrobiotic Cuisine which focuses on creating each item fresh each day, without any refined sugars, eggs, dairy, red meat or poultry. Weekend brunch selections include five brunch dishes in addition to the weekly breakfast menu. Go for the M Benedict, made with scrambled organic tofu, kale, sliced tomatoes, hollandaise and chives with tempeh bacon atop grilled ciabatta, or the Breakfast Enchilada, a brown rice tortilla filled with scrambled tofu, tempeh bacon, spicy pinto beans, avocado and soy cheese.
Raise a Glass
Over at The Rooftop Grill at Montage Beverly Hills, brunch-goers can enjoy signature cocktails, such as the Pineapple Crush, with tequila, ginger beer, pineapple, mint and lime. Serving their meals with fresh air and a view of the hills, The Rooftop Grill offers menu items such as Roasted Cauliflower and Burrata Salad. Of course, those looking for a traditional breakfast dish will find happiness with the Traditional Eggs Benedict, with ham, asparagus and dijon hollandaise. If you'd prefer to build your own mimosa, the Bottomless Champagne Bar at THE Blvd at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel is just what you’re looking for. Serving Moet & Chandon Champagne, peach nectar and freshly squeezed orange juice, guests are sure to enjoy the bottomless station as well as the wide array of menu options like the Norwegian which includes smoked salmon and poached eggs or the Truffle Brothers, a two-egg frittata with peas and black truffle.
Those dining al fresco will enjoy their three-course brunch menu with dishes like the famed McCarthy Salad and warm cinnamon bread pudding for dessert, while sharing the patio with a talented jazz ensemble who not only plays traditional jazz, but also puts a twist on more current hits by artists like Justin Timberlake.
Whether you’re looking for a quiet and relaxing brunch or a meal with bottomless drinks to enjoy with friends, we guarantee you’ll find what you want in Beverly Hills. To see a full list of all dining options in Beverly Hills, click here.
Updated: April 12, 2018