Where to Get the Best Waffle Fries You'll Ever Eat
1. Chaumont Café and Bakery143 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills
2. Viviane Restaurant9400 W Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills
3. Wally's Beverly Hills447 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills
4. Mulberry Street Pizzeria347 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills
5. Bar Bouchon235 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills
6. Nozawa Bar212 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills
7. Spice Affair50 N LA Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills
8. Nate 'n Al Delicatessen414 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills
9. Momed3245 Casitas Ave, Los Angeles
10. Maude212 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills
11. £10 (Ten Pound Bar)225 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills
12. Spago Beverly Hills176 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills
13. Freds at Barneys New York9570 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills
There are some morning where a generic breakfast will do, and other mornings where you need the best and most decadent sweets to start off your morning right. One those days, you need to venture to the Chaumont Bakery. Here you can enjoy you favorite breakfast items like omelettes and sandwiches, but you can also get some unbelievable pastries.
Viviane, a modern French restaurant with award-winning chef Michael Hung in the kitchen, revolves around the courtyard pool area inside the Avalon Hotel in Beverly Hills. The interior has a fashionable flair, including colorful geometric patterns on the walls and cushioned vine-framed cabanas and wood tables. On the menu, you can expect classic European and American cuisine- plus great brunch options.
You’ve just finished a decadent dinner (or lunch) of flavorful French cuisine with delightfully complementary wine pairings at Wally’s, and you just don’t think you can live any longer without a bottle of that one wine you tried -- and loved -- even though you’d never heard of it before. And what would that bottle of wine be without a wheel of that obscure Burgundian cheese you tasted on your way in? Wally’s is here for you. The Beverly Hills hybrid restaurant also serves as a fine wine, spirit, and specialty foods market. While the menu is decidedly French, the wines and cheeses (there are hundreds of both) are imported from all over the world, and the options are endless, so it’s probably best to think through your impending purchase over some steak frites… you don’t want to make the wrong decision.
Ask anyone who grew up in LA to name the pizza that makes them nostalgic for childhood, and they'll likely say the floppy pies from Mulberry Street. With two locations in Beverly Hills and two in the Valley, this checkered-tablecloth restaurant feels like a classic New York pizzeria, and it kind of is, given that the owner is from the Bronx. The flappy, thin-crust pies come in massive slices and are topped with the spot's signature marinara sauce, which is also available to buy.
Now open underneath Bouchon, this small, mirrored enclave's got a broad, semi-circle bar and indoor/outdoor seating, where Keller & Co.'re doling out fresh-made, classic cocktails (Sazeracs, Moscow Mules, etc) and inexpensive small plates like blue fin ta
This ten-seater only offers omakase, so just trust the chef -- an award-winning sushi master -- and let him deal you amazing raw bits picked up fresh from the local markets that morning.
Locals love Spice Affair because of their delicious Indian food cooked up with locally sourced ingredients. There are plenty of vegetarian and gluten-free options for those who need them or just want to try everything that Spice Affair has to offer.
One of two locations, Nate n' Al's one of the best delis in the Beverly Hills area. They've been family owned and operated since 1945 and their huge delicious sandwiches prove their dedication to quality.
The Atwater outpost of Alex Sarkissian’s modern Mediterranean concept rests along railroad tracks, which means you’ll get the occasional horn blast in your ear. It’s worth it to experience the outdoor setting at the creative Atwater Crossing compound, which has a concrete patio fronted by stylish white and grey tiles. Marble communal seating adjoins a covered patio with blonde wood tables and white wicker chairs. However, it's the avocado hummus that really completes the experience.
This intimate and stylish resto by Curtis Stone features a different monthly ingredient that is used in nine tasting plates for a truly unique culinary experience.
If you are looking to really impress someone and you have to cash to spare, Ten Pound Bar is the place to be. This fancy Scotch bar has an upscale dinner menu, a patio, a fireplace, and some of the oldest and finest Scotches available for you to buy.
Spago is the Wolfgang Puck restaurant that started it all. Synonymous with Southern Californian cuisine, the restaurant first opened in 1982 on the Sunset Strip before decamping to posher environs on Beverly Hill's North Canon Drive in 1997. Throughout the years and various chefs, Spago has consistently maintained Puck's brand of California cooking, which calls for the use of local ingredients in European- and Asian-inspired dishes. If you want to know what (upscale) Californian food tastes like, this is where you'll find out. And you might see some celebrities while you're at it.
This is the West Coast version of the famous New York City smoked fish institution. They serve innovative Italian-inspired and contemporary American dishes. on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.