The 16 best Beverly Hills restaurants

Eating out in Beverly Hills can cost a pretty penny. From fine dining meccas like Tempura Endo and Nozawa Bar to Avra and Spago, the restaurants in this neighborhood reflect the monied tastes of residents and visitors alike. However, there are some more approachable places with excellent quality, like the return of tasting menu restaurant Maude from chef Curtis Stone, as well as the classic Jewish deli sandwiches at Nate n’ Al. For a swanky day in LA’s fanciest zip code, here now are the 16 essential restaurants in Beverly Hills.

Added: Matū, Tommy’s, Ella, Maude, Tatel, Sant’Olina

Removed: Pie Room by Gwen, Tempura Endo, Croft Alley, Matsuhisa, Grill on the Alley

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

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