Restaurants in Beverly Hills, CA


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Benihana

Benihana

Beverly Hills, CA

Everyone already loves the onion volcano and the flipping shrimp... But if you want a really unique experience, try their "be the chef" program!

Sushi Sushi

Sushi Sushi

Beverly Hills, CA

Sorry, no California rolls. This traditional sushi spot is all about huge omakase portions of nigiri and sashimi.

Sprinkles Cupcakes

Sprinkles Cupcakes

Beverly Hills, CA

Right next door to their ice cream shop, Sprinkles has come a long way since it first opened its Beverly Hills store. The red velvet, cinnamon sugar and seasonal pumpkin flavors are still some of the best I've ever had!

Bouchon Bistro

Bouchon Bistro

Beverly Hills, CA

Thomas Keller elevates classic bistro food at Bouchon. The dining room evokes some of the haute cuisine restaurants in Paris from days past. I recommend the steak frites with the New York steak, but make sure to check out the daily three-course prix fixe menu for $45. Either way, don't skip desert. Bar Bouchon downstairs has a great Happy Hour, too.

Top Restaurants in Beverly Hills, CA



Restaurants in Beverly Hills, CA
La Dolce Vita

La Dolce Vita

9785 Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills


Old-school Rat Pack hangout for red sauce Italian fare with a few modern twists. Food is hearty. New cocktails show promise. Good happy hour
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Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Dining

Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Dining

163 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills


For sure our favorite place in town. There is a grill in the middle of the table and you cook your own food. Takes about 5min, it is super cool. Service is awesome, very…
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Sushi Dokoro Ki Ra La

Sushi Dokoro Ki Ra La

9777 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills


Everything about this place is minimalist, but pleasant -- concrete block walls, white-on-white decor. The dishes are the same way -- I've seen more artfully presented sushi in my…
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Natalee Thai Cuisine

Natalee Thai Cuisine

998 S. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills


The pork meat is cut small and is very caramelized to were it has some crusty edges. Its comes wrapped in a flour tortilla and with key lime (Mex lemon) wedges on the side. Not…
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Mastro's Steakhouse

Mastro's Steakhouse

246 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills


The best steakhouse in Los Angeles, and you better have a deep wallet because everything is pricey. Make sure you get the seafood tower and the lobster mac and cheese.
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Spago Beverly Hills

Spago Beverly Hills

176 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills


Wolfgang Puck's legendary industry spot gets a makeover that both offers a throwback to classic L.A. (tuna popsicles anyone?) and a modern Asian-influenced menu.
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Sprinkles Cupcakes

Sprinkles Cupcakes

9635 Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills


Right next door to their ice cream shop, Sprinkles has come a long way since it first opened its Beverly Hills store. The red velvet, cinnamon sugar and seasonal pumpkin flavors…
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Porterhouse Bistro

Porterhouse Bistro

8635 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills


The price fixe menu is about 45 dollars, and you get an appetizer, two drinks (house wines are pretty great), an entree and dessert. I love coming here. I particularly love the…
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Nic's Restaurant

Nic's Restaurant

453 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills


Happy Hour: All night Monday, 5-7pm Every Night (includes $7 Special-tini, $7 Wine Dujour, $7 appetizers). The weekends are crazy with a live band so make sure you get there…
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Urasawa

Urasawa

218 N Rodeo Dr, Beverly Hills


The absolute pinnacle of Japanese food and sushi in L.A., and worth every pretty penny of its $395 baseline price tag. A meal here should be on the bucket list of every serious…
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Benihana. Everyone already loves the onion volcano and the flipping shrimp... But if you want a really unique experience, try their "be the chef" program!… read more


Urasawa. The absolute pinnacle of Japanese food and sushi in L.A., and worth every pretty penny of its $395 baseline price tag. A meal here should be on the bucket list of every serious sushi lover in the city. … read more


Chakra. Super sleek decor to match the elegant and fragrant Indian cuisine. Delectable menu items like lobster curry only adds to the upscale ambiance. Perfect for a date night. … read more