A Beverly Hills relic that’s somehow dodged the next-big-thing wrecking ball all these years, Brighton Coffee Shop is an old-school, NYC-style coffee shop and a solid place to pick up some bacon or eggs, or a quick sandwich before heading to Century City for that 11:30am meeting you have. The food isn’t going to blow anyone anyway (except that meatloaf), and that’s fine. You come here to drink some coffee, study all the weird people, and realize that at 86 years old, this is the oldest anything’s ever admitted being in Beverly Hills.
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