Brunch in Beverly Hills

Brunch in Beverly Hills

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If there’s one thing we Angelenos thrive on, it’s leisurely dining. The one constant observation from guests during our private Beverly Hills and L.A. tours is, “Does anyone work in this town?” All the cafés are jam-packed with people enjoying their downtime. Just drive down 3rd Street with the tons of afternoon hotspots, or go by Urth Caffe on Melrose Avenue….morning, noon, or night, and see the throngs of L.A. folks having salads, lattes, or pastries at this see-and-be-seen corner location in West Hollywood.

Peninsula Hotel Beverly Hills

Peninsula Hotel Beverly Hills

Brunch in Beverly Hills on the weekends is really something special. We just had the champagne and seafood-heavy brunch at The Peninsula, and it was AMAZING. ***NOTE: The service here is phenomenal, and the waiters come by nearly every ½ minute to check on your glass. Be careful, for the bubbly can really sneak up on you. Just ask the one of us that dropped our brand new iPhone off a nearby rooftop while attempting to capture the incredible views of the hills and famous landmarks.***

The Belvedere Restaurant at The Peninsula Hotel in Bevelry Hills  brunch is truly incredible. Anytime one can eat their body weight in chilled jumbo shrimp with cocktail sauce, it’s a very special occasion.

Brunch in Beverly Hills at Jean-Georges

Brunch in Beverly Hills at Jean-Georges

A recent addition in Beverly Hills is Jean-Georges at The Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Check this out Saturday and Sunday between 1030AM and 3PM. The cost is $68 per person. (You’re in Beverly Hills, and it’s well worth it). Start with your choice of a vanilla chia bowl, a market fruit plate or smoked salmon. Move on to your choice of Eggs Benedict, a sunny side up frittata, skirt steak and eggs, or organic soft scrambled eggs and toast. Of course, make sure to have a mimosa, Bloody Mary, or a raspberry lychee Bellini to accompany your meal. (***See Above).

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