33 "Beverly Hills"Restaurants in Los Angeles.
After several years and lots of hype, Beverly Hills' Sotto, one of LA’s great Italian restaurants is still warranting the praise.
Si Laa is an upscale neighborhood spot in Beverly Hills with some very delicious (and authentic) Thai food.
The classic Beverly Hills deli is straight up comfort food nirvana.
Wally's Beverly Hills is a wine shop and restaurant perfect for after-work drinks.
The French restaurant Bouchon couldn't be more Beverly Hills if it tried - except the food is actually good.
A Beverly Hills lunch staple, perfect for reality show power lunches.
It's not really about the food at The Polo Lounge - it's about the scene.
Momed is a Mediterranean spot on S. Beverly. It has some of the best (and cheapest) salads in Beverly Hills, and that’s saying something.
Yes, you can find crepes in Beverly Hills. Japanese style ones, for that matter. Just head to Harajuku.
You know Bouchon. Don’t forget about the bakery downstairs in the back. When you need macaroons at 2pm on Wednesday, it’s your life line.
Honor Bar is your spot for a cheap sandwich in Beverly Hills when you don’t have time for S. Beverly Grill. Go with the crispy chicken.
Cafe Modigliani is a tiny, affordable spot with the sort of vibes that Roxbury Boulevard needed. We’re partial to the teriyaki menu.