Beverly Hills Neighborhood Guide
Discover Things to Do in Beverly Hills
Hollywood celebrities, movie producers, and travelers alike can be found in the high-end boutiques and upscale restaurants in Beverly Hills. The Getty Center overlooks the city from atop the hills, while the best shopping in the world awaits on famous Rodeo Drive. Discover the Los Angeles of international fantasies when you stay at AKA Beverly Hills.
Where to Eat in Beverly Hills
Sample locally-sourced Californian cuisine at Spago, celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck’s flagship buzzy bistro that serves up dishes like Handmade Cavatelli and Creamy Parmesan Polenta.
Dine with glamorous crowds at the plush Mastro’s Steakhouse, known for its cutting-edge menu of steaks and fresh seafood and supper-club setting with live music.
Upscale Italian restaurant Il Pastaio, where the kitchen is helmed by renowned chef Giacomino Drago, is known for celebrity sightings on its outdoor patio. At Mr. Chow, devoted clients in art, fashion, music, and entertainment have been going to this stylish Chinese restaurant in the heart of Beverly Hills since it opened in 1974.
Spago: 176 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
Mastro’s Steakhouse: 246 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
Il Pastaio: 400 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
Mr. Chow: 344 N. Camden Drive, Beverly Hills
Shopping in Beverly Hills
The shopping on famous Rodeo Drive is unbeatable. From Dior to Prada and Harry Winston to David Yurman, this stories street is the epicenter of luxury. The Grove is your one-stop destination for the best clothing, accessories, beauty, and more. With its fashion-forward collection of stores and ever-changing pop-up shops like Brandy Melville, Diane von Furstenberg, and Le Labo, The Grove is a dynamic shopping experience unlike any other in Los Angeles.
The Grove: 414 N. Camden Drive, Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills Museums and Art Galleries
As the largest art museum in the western United States, a trip to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is a must. Its permanent collection ranges from Greek and Roman to modern and contemporary art. Notable artists in the collection include Joan Miró, Jasper Johns, and Jeff Koons. Also see the Beverly Hills outpost of Gagosian Gallery, the preeminent contemporary art gallery, which was designed by famous architect Richard Meier.
There’s no better place than Los Angeles to explore the history of media. At The Paley Center for Media, uncover the cultural, creative, and social significance of television and radio.
LACMA: 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles
Gagosian Gallery: 456 N. Camden Drive, Beverly Hills
The Paley Center for Media: 465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills
Outdoor Activities in Beverly Hills
From fountain to fountain, explore Beverly Gardens, a 1.9 mile-long park starting at Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevard. Explore the various gardens, such
as the cactus garden and the rose garden, or enjoy a run on the decomposed granite jogging and walking path.
Beverly Gardens: 9439 Santa Monica Boulevard