Swanky London-bred Cantonese classes up the Hills of Beverly. Glamorous clientele, indigo and granite accents, and east-meets-west menu of dim sum, stir fry, and assorted Asian oddities. Signature ... read more
It feels like a speakeasy, only the highlight here is sushi. Weirdly, it's a secret sushi restaurant in the back room of an existing sushi restaurant but with its own chef, Osamu Fujita. There's on... read more
Signature restaurant and bar to Sirtaj Hotel, this buzzing joint is far from your typical white linen/fine china routine in Beverly Hills. The indoor/outdoor seating speaks more to cool cats and ur... read more
Extract bling and insert stylish minimalism to get a hotel that doesn't cost an arm and a leg in Beverly Hills. It's a no-frills, simple modern boutique that's luring travelers who need to justify ... read more
This men's club is the type of place metrosexuals, homosexuals and girlfriend's boyfriends crash for a manly makeover. It's all about the haircuts here (John Allan trained under Jean Louis David ba... read more
We scream for ice cream but hold us back when arriving at Ice Cream Lab. The made-to-order ice cream shop uses liquid nitrogen and local organic ingredients to produce some serious scoops of our wo... read more
The longtime LA restaurant Burns family helm this maritime-feeling spot next door to WME. Expect a relaxed, quiet evening with Chef Romeo Garcia dishing steaks, oysters in the half shell, and wood-... read more
This Beverly Hills supper club isn't doing anything new, but at least they're doing things right. A fat wine list, sleek modern dining room, live jazz, and serious cuts of meat are practically stan... read more
The legendary Mastro's steakhouse is moving up, expanding with a third-floor, rooftop dining lounge. Taking the whole penthouse thing seriously, you'll find waitresses in fishnets, nightly DJs, and... read more
The rustic-chic lodge interior of this Beverly Hills bar gives off a comfortable vibe better suited to Colorado, or at the very least, Los Feliz. Old fashioneds, sazeracs, and craft beer are paired... read more
This sleek, modern restaurant dishes up contemporary Japanese fare and sushi in a simple, yet elegant space. Duck under the leafy plants that hang over the entrance, stop to admire the wall simulat... read more
Bibigo, the Korean fast food outpost, has landed in Beverly Hills, bringing its bibimbap and savory rice bowls to the rich and famous. Aiming to to entice those who are still unsold on Korean food,... read more
This modern trattoria in the heart of Beverly Hills lets you swing both ways; take a seat in the casual and bright cafe portion of this Italian space, or get a little more serious in one of the t... read more
This authentic Austrian restaurant aims to woo Angelenos with its impressive selection of beer and sausages. This is not the newest idea, but with a real Austrian at the helm in the kitchen (who go... read more
As if you didn't have reason enough to want to swing by the L'Ermitage on any given night, now you've got several. Namely spaghetti carbonara with wagyu and soy mirin pork belly. Chef Joseph Elevad... read more
This restaurant inside the Thompson Hotel offers a sleek, modern take on a literary cafe. The heavy mahogany bar, striped floors, and murals depicting Hollywood legends all offer an inviting spac... read more
Caulfield’s, an homage to the irreverent J.D. Salinger character, is an appropriately unflashy place, with dark leather banquets, a mahogany bar, deco lighting fixtures and an almost tavern-l... read more
The LA outpost of this popular Parisian makeup line is only one of two actual boutiques in the US. Fitting that it's housed right across from celebrity-studded restaurant The Ivy, as this line of... read more
The chef at this Italian-with-a-Korean-twist restaurant comes straight from Seoul, where he did stints at several top-notch hotel restaurants like the Four Seasons. The clean, modern space proves... read more
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Chef Jeff Mahin's Hollywood pizza joint has some fan favorite pies ...