Restaurants in Beverly Hills Hotels
Beverly Hills hotels don’t stop at world-class accommodations and service! Many house restaurants that are destinations in their own right and a must-try on your next visit.
L’ Restaurant at L’Ermitage Beverly Hills
In an intimate light-filled setting of neutral tones, black-and-white fine art photography, modern gold chandeliers and a fireplace central to the dining room, L' Restaurant at L’Ermitage Beverly Hills highlights signature dishes and local-first ingredients. L’ Restaurant is a beloved culinary institution serving delectable dining in an elegant, relaxed setting. The Forbes Travel Guide and the Michelin Guide have recently recommended the restaurant for its well-prepared dishes and luxurious atmosphere.
The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills
An experience at The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills is a feast for the senses. This elegant European Brasserie offers a blend of art and cuisine in a classic French-country aesthetic steeped in Southern California luxury. Diners are immersed in a creative experience surrounded by magnificent museum-quality artwork while relishing the artistically plated cuisine created by Michelin-starred, Executive Chef Ralf Schlegel.
In addition to serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Belvedere offers a vibrant Naturally Peninsula 5-course Plant-Based Menu prepared with hyper-local ingredients highlighted by herbs and vegetables from the on-site garden. Hotel guests and Beverly Hills’ residents alike enjoy weekend revelry with the Bubbles & Bells Champagne Brunch.
Ella at SIXTY Beverly Hills
On the ground floor of SIXTY Beverly Hills, Ella offers a new neighborhood restaurant featuring flavors from all over the world. Serving up local ingredients, Ella’s bold menu celebrates the Mediterranean, Asian and Italian flavors that permeate the Southern California region. Noteworthy dishes include hangar steak with tamari, garlic, ginger, Asian pear, scallion and spicy soy cucumber, as well as dry aged grilled branzino with ginger relish, herb salad, shaved radish and mustard frill. And Ella doesn’t stop with delicious dishes. Paying homage to the history of the post-prohibition era, the restaurant's masterfully crafted beverages, served in a setting with artistic black-and-white photography interspersed with palm fronds, showcase the rebirth of the cocktail as what many consider to be the greatest culinary contribution to American cuisine.
Sant'olina at The Beverly Hilton
Sant’olina is a melting pot of Mediterranean cuisine with a Southern California spin located atop The Beverly Hilton. Chefs Michael Teich and Burt Bakman combine vibrant herbs and spices to create a healthy menu packed with flavor. Each dish, everything from juicy chicken kebabs to lamb burger laced with caramelized curry onions, marinated feta, pickles and harissa aioli, tells a different story, from the traditional recipes straight out of the Tel Aviv shuks to the modern Californian touches. With its timeless Mediterranean color palette and open-air views of Beverly Hills and beyond, Sant’olina captures the essence of a seaside escape.
CUT by Wolfgang Puck at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel
Set next to Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel's grand lobby facing Wilshire Boulevard is Wolfgang Puck’s CUT. Since opening more than a decade ago, CUT regularly makes the list for best restaurants in Los Angeles and top steakhouses in the United States. The sleek modern design with light wood and white walls, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Richard Meier, the acclaimed architect of Los Angeles’ Getty Center, positions CUT a world away from a traditional steakhouse. Consider creative appetizers to start like Maine lobster rolls or Wagyu sliders with caramelized onions and cheddar truffle cheese sauce on a brioche bun. Delve into main courses like Snake River Farms filet mignon cooked to perfection or California white seabass with sungold tomato fennel chutney.
The Rooftop by JG at Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
With dozens of restaurants in cities from New York to São Paulo to Tokyo, Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten has opened one of his first California restaurants at Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills called The Rooftop by JG. The restaurant by the famous chef serves mouthwatering dishes in a setting offering panoramic views of Beverly Hills and Hollywood from 12 stories aloft. An assortment of flavors from Latin America and Southeast Asia, combined with New York flare and California’s local treasures, make up the menu. Lunch and dinner dishes are market driven and feature light and bright small plates to be enjoyed and shared.
The Terrace at The Maybourne Beverly Hills
Overlooking the lawns of Beverly Cañon Gardens, The Terrace at The Maybourne Beverly Hills has a unique setting with the charm of a European piazza, with white parasols, all-day dining and a cascading fountain within earshot. Seasonal menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner have a Mediterranean feel, offering an abundance of choice as they celebrate the very finest produce from California’s sea and shores, valleys and vines. House-made pastas sit alongside lighter dishes and an array of entrees to suit every palate. Each day, meats and fish are assiduously well-sourced and fruit and vegetables are always farmers’ market fresh.
The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel
The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel 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 horseradish-pistachio-crusted salmon, with spaetzle, brussels sprout, 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.
Cafe Amici in Hotel Beverly Terrace
Tucked away in the Hotel Beverly Terrace, at the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Doheny Drive, Cafe Amici is conveniently located where Beverly Hills and West Hollywood intersect. Stroll in from the surrounding neighborhood for a glass of wine or make the trek for a special occasion. From white tablecloths and personalized service to terracotta tiles and rustic decor, Cafe Amici's dining experience is distinctly private and European, serving classic Italian dishes, robust wines and regionally inspired cocktails with a modern California twist. Whether dining al fresco in the cafe's Mediterranean-inspired garden or indoors next to the fireplace, the cozy neighborhood eatery charms you with its intimate ambiance, Italian cuisine and warm hospitality.
Nua at Crescent Hotel
Modern Mediterranean cuisine is prepared by Chef Yoav Schverd at Nua at the Crescent Hotel in the heart of Beverly Hills, with delicious dishes ranging from herb roasted salmon served with green salad and shakshuka with tomatoes, garlic, spices and poached eggs served with Jerusalem bagel to ribeye marinated in olive oil and thyme with grilled onion and falafel wrap with hummus, tomatoes, pickles and tahini in a tortilla. The setting is outdoors in a shaded patio, perfect to enjoy the temperate Beverly Hills weather. There are also cushy indoor seats amid many pieces of artwork.
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Revised January 18, 2024