Pull up a chair and savor some of the best happy hour bites in town, find out which Italian restaurant lists 21 different pasta dishes on their menu, see where Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban and Neil Patrick Harris were spotted recapping their night after the 2015 Oscars and find out which restaurant is known as the top “power lunch” spot for Hollywood actors, agents, producers and power-brokers.
Discover the best Italian restaurants, Asian eateries, steakhouses, afternoon tea spots and more with our insider’s guide to Beverly Hills dining scene. Dine at a celebrity chef hot spot, like Curtis Stone’s Maude, which offers a different tasting menu each month. Or find the perfect outdoor dining patio to relax in as you soak up the warm weather and enjoy fare with locally sourced ingredients. Here in Beverly Hills, there is a dining experience to satisfy every craving.
The culinary scene in Beverly Hills continues to grow with the arrival of the first Jean-Georges restaurant on the West Coast, Gratitude Beverly Hills, the trendy Alfred Coffee and more. The retail realm has also expanded, welcoming internationally renowned hairstylist Jonathan Antin's namesake salon as well as the first U.S. boutique for OnlyRoses, a London-based florist. We invite you to explore Beverly Hills’ latest openings below.
When visiting Beverly Hills, you want to make the most of every waking moment—even when those waking moments are at 11pm. Fortunately, there are plenty of late night dining options to satisfy your night owl cravings. These restaurants, cafés, bars and lounges stay open until at least midnight, and offer something for everyone—no matter what the mood calls for.
Beverly Hills has long been recognized as a renowned culinary destination, from five star gourmet dinners and charming bistros, to some of the world’s most luxury and unique sweet shops. From Champagne Gummy Bears to a cupcake ATM which dispenses freshly baked goodies 24 hours a day, Beverly Hills is the perfect destination for sweet toothed fanatics.
While Rodeo Drive might get all the fame, the truth is, there are so many other amazing streets in Beverly Hills! Just below Wilshire Boulevard and a few blocks east of Rodeo Drive is the charming and vibrant South Beverly Drive. With an almost small-town feel, this eclectic street has both fine dining options and low-key eateries, high-end boutiques and affordable shops. South Beverly Drive is an essential stop for those wanting to discover another side of Beverly Hills. Fulfill all of your dining and shopping needs on one of Beverly Hills’ busiest and most exciting streets:
There’s nothing like a fresh cup of coffee to kick start your day or provide a boost when your afternoon starts to slow. From espresso and French press methods to organic and single-origin beans, these 8 coffee shops around Beverly Hills provide some of the best brews in town.
The culinary scene in Beverly Hills continues to grow with the arrival of Beverly Hills Beignet and two Geoffrey Zakarian restaurants, Georgie and The Garden Bar, and the newest to Beverly Hills, Citizen. The retail realm has also expanded, welcoming celebrity makeup artist, Bobbi Brown’s, first store on the west coast as well as flagship retail stores for ASKA footwear and the legendary European fashion house, Balenciaga. We invite you to explore Beverly Hills’ latest openings below.
This year, many Beverly Hills hotels, restaurants and retail stores are celebrating anniversaries by offering specials and items exclusive to their Beverly Hills locations. Book a stay at The Peninsula Beverly Hills, shop in style with an exclusive handbag from Bottega Veneta or enjoy La Dolce Vita’s anniversary menu while dining in Frank Sinatra’s favorite booth.
In Beverly Hills, you’ll find cuisines from around the world, with Italian being our specialty. Whether you’re searching for more traditional dishes or classics with a modern twist, a bustling family-style restaurant or something a bit more romantic, we promise you’ll find any of these six eateries a truly unforgettable experience.
Although it’s still warm and sunny in Beverly Hills, hints of autumn have made their way into the city in the form of wonderful seasonal treats and delectable dishes. With the holidays just around the corner, fall in love with the flavors of the season at these Beverly Hills locations.
Although Beverly Hills features perfect weather all year long, there’s something undeniably satisfying about heading inside and curling up by the fire when temperatures start to cool down. If you’re in need of a sophisticated, fireside respite, consider one of these five restaurants.