Perhaps you recently inherited a ton of money, or maybe you just paid your 2019 income taxes and finally received your stimulus check in mail — but if you’re looking for something properly opulent, head to The Peninsula Beverly Hills. The five-star hotel has converted their outdoor garden terrace into a new concept called “Le Petite Belvedere,” which serves a variety of Very British dishes like scones, cucumber sandwiches, and a whole lot of champagne. Perfect for an afternoon tea, lunch, or recreating the less risque scenes of Bridgerton. Reservations can be made here.
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