The housewife lunch scene in Beverly Hills is frankly an attraction in and of itself. And the best ticket in town is at The Farm. The longtime lunch staple serves solid American comfort food, and for as many reality show power lunches you see happening here, it remains pretty casual and easy to get in and out of. A cup of that housemade turkey chili plus the lamb burger for $15 is never something we’ll complain about
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The Rooftop Grill
Beverly Hills has no shortage of hotel rooftop pool bars, but The Rooftop Grill at The Montage is far and away the best one.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib
Lawry’s might be a bonafide chain, but its original Beverly Hills location still has lots of magic.
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The food at Forage is fresh. The recipes are amazing. And they will plate you a nasty-good plate of baked mac n’ cheese that is definitely not Whole30 Diet approved. Damn you, farm-to-table morons. You got this one right.
Otium is the crowded restaurant next to the Broad in Downtown LA that tries a little too hard to be something for everyone.
The Hart and The Hunter
The Hart and the Hunter, the all-day restaurant at the PaliHotel on Melrose, serves some very good Southern food. Go for a hangover-curing brunch.
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La Scala is red sauce Italian in Beverly Hills - but you're really here for the chopped salad.
Chaumont Café and Bakery
The pastries at Chaumont in Beverly Hills often steal the spotlight, but don’t forget about lunch. We’re fans of the spicy tuna sandwich.
Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ
Gyu-Kaku remains one of our favorite Japanese BBQ places in Beverly Hills. It’s great anytime of day, but especially at happy hour.
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