The 90210: this picturesque area is arguably the most famous within the greater L.A. area. One of the most affluent cities in the world, Beverly Hills is immaculately maintained, lined with palm trees, and home to a plethora of celebrities and moguls. Bordered by Mulholland Drive, West Hollywood, Century City, and Pico-Robertson, it is an amazing place to live, boasting numerous parks, top-rated restaurants, and some of the best primary schools in the US. Residential streets are elegant, ranging from the flats south of Sunset to the hills and canyons of the Santa Monica Mountains. Rodeo Drive is the premier shopping destination of the west coast and attracts peopleom all over the world who come to see its panache.
This upscale chophouse serves mouth-watering plates & drinks to the most glamorous crowds in the city.
Don’t surprised if you run into a celeb while dining at Il Pastaio. This Italian joint is known for its celebrity clientele who stop by to enjoy fare by renowned chef Giacomino Drago.
Looking for a light yet delicious lunch? Stop by for its signature pizzas, sandwiches, and other light options.
High-end sandwiches & French desserts are offered in a counter-serve nook with parkside patio seats.
The Grill on the Alley:
A go-to for an American quick, power-lunches with a diverse menu including steaks & seafood.
This casual bar & grill is serving up New American fare along with sushi in rustic, sleek surrounds.
The Garden Bar:
Located inside the Beverly Hills Hotel, The Garden Bar is the place to come for a quick bite or an affair. Chill at the bar for a cocktail, or dine in for a shrimp cocktail or burger.