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.
Visitors will arguably find no better shopping and dining in the world than within the nearly six-square-miles that make up Beverly Hills. In a city synonymous with wealth, parking is surprisingly affordable and plentiful in the Golden Triangle, with several parking lots offering free 2-hour parking.
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:
One of the best places to enjoy a Sunday in Beverly Hills is at the city’s farmers’ market, which boasts over 60 certified farmers and vendors. With California-grown produce, made-to-order meals and exciting, year-round events, the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market is a weekly event not to miss.
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.
World renowned for its exclusive, high-end stores and retail experiences, Beverly Hills has long been an iconic destination for serious shoppers. Whether stopping by the fashion houses on Rodeo Drive, perusing the upscale stores on Department Store Row, or finding one-of-a-kind accessories in the countless boutiques on Brighton Way, Canon Drive and South Beverly Drive, fashion seekers will find the freshest runway releases, coveted designer capsule collections and bespoke pieces in a setting of unparalleled luxury. Luxury doesn’t simply come from what you buy, though—it stems from a...
Whether you have a day off during a business trip or conference, are passing through Beverly Hills as part of a larger California adventure or simply have a free day to fill on your Beverly Hills vacation, deciding between the many local sites, tastes, activities and attractions can be a challenge. After all: there’s something new to discover each time you make a trip to the world’s most famous zip code, and you could spend an entire day just people watching and celebrity spotting alone! With careful planning and a well-mapped itinerary, however, you can fit an impressive amount int...
From Caramel Apple Cupcakes and Spooky Sours to haunted house baskets, see which sweet shops you must visit for Halloween-themed treats. Additionally, remember to snap a photo in front of The Witch’s House and purchase your tickets to attend Bow Wow Beverly Hills, the annual pet-friendly Halloween event at Two Rodeo Drive.
Though school has started for many students, it’s never too late to help your child prepare for a successful academic year. Explore our unique list of back to school gear which is not only fashionable, but functional, and can be found here in beautiful Beverly Hills.
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.