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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