Located in The Peninsula Beverly Hills, The Belvedere is what you would expect from a hotel restaurant with a four-dollar-sign rating: A gorgeous patio, freshly-shucked oysters, French limestone fountains, and - the ultimate status symbol - a hand-painted dessert made to look like a Fabergé egg. But one thing you might not expect? A bottomless brunch deal on Sundays.
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Mr Chow Restaurant
Mr Chow in Beverly Hills might not be as popular as it once was, but this Beverly Hills Chinese restaurant is a total institution.
Il Tramezzino Cafe
The menu at Il Tramezzino in Beverly Hills is big, but what you need is the chicken sandwich. It makes this cafe worth your time, for $10.
The Polo Lounge
The Polo Lounge seems like one of those classic Old Hollywood spots, but the food and the scene are awful. There are better places for star sightings.
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Sonny’s Hideaway is an old Hollywood-themed restaurant/bar in Highland Park that’s actually tolerable.
The Corner Door
Culver City’s The Corner Door has solid American food, good cocktails, and a laid-back atmosphere perfect for a casual date night.
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Margo’s is an all-day restaurant on Montana Ave. in Santa Monica that does a low-key brunch with $18 bottomless mimosas.
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