There are now two Restaurant Rows in Beverly Hills. One is in the Platinum Triangle area (near Rodeo Drive), although the original Restaurant Row in Beverly Hills is located on La Cienega Boulevard, between Wilshire Boulevard and San Vicente Boulevard. This small section on the eastern edge of Beverly Hills still hosts some of the area's finest restaurants. Nearby tourist attractions are Beverly Center shopping mall, The Grove, Original Farmers Market, Miracle Mile museums and Beverly Hills hotspots.
Features traditional cuisine of India highlighted by numerous vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. Open every day for lunch and dinner.
Address: 50 N La Cienega Blvd #120, Beverly Hills
Phone: (310) 400-6800
Capital Seafood Beverly Hills
Authentic Chinese cuisine, including Dim Sum, authentic Chinese meat, seafood, poultry and vegetable dishes. Open daily for lunch and dinner.
Address: 50 N La Cienega Blvd #130, Beverly Hills
Phone: (310) 855-1234
The Stinking Rose
[August 2021 update - Temporarily closed]
Californian-Italian cuisine featuring garlic-based dishes, such as Forty Clove Garlic Chicken, Garlic Braised Boneless Short Rib and Italian Garlic Meatloaf. Patrons can decide how much garlic is to be included in the meal. Garlic memorabilia and souvenirs are also available, including clothing, gifts and more. Open every day for lunch and dinner.
Addr: 55 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills
Phone: (310) 652-7673
Lawry's the Prime Rib
Prime rib and rib roast selections and dinners. The restaurant also serves seafood and offers a vegetarian plate. Open every day for dinner.
Address: 100 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills
Phone: (310) 652-2827
Japanese specialty ds by famed chef Nobu Matsuhisa, including sushi, tempura, kushiyaki and other special dishes. There is also a selection of premium sushi and signature dishes available. Open Monday through Friday for lunch and every day for dinner.
Address: 129 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills
Phone: (310) 659-9639
Fogo de Chao
Southern Brazilian steakhouse that serves traditional and new menu creations rooted in the Brazilian churrasco experience. The menu includes steak, pork, chicken, lamb, seafood and other fares. Open daily for lunch and dinner (no lunch on Saturday).
Addr: 133 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills
Phone: (310) 289-7755
Shan Social House
Japanese and modern Chinese dishes, with Far East ambience including koi ponds and zen gardens, and authentic Japanese architecture. Open every day for dinner.
Address: 138 N La Cienega Blvd,
Phone: (310) 659-8887
An authentic Japanese Yakiniku (barbeque) dining experience where customers share premium cooked meats over a flaming charcoal grill. Gyu-Kaku offers a wide range of meats including the bestseller Harami Skirt Steak in Miso marinade, Certified Angus Kalbi Short Rib in Tare Soy marinade. Other popular items include pork, lamb, duck, chicken, shrimp garlic and a variety of vegetables. Open every day for lunch and dinner.
Address: 163 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills
Phone: (310) 659-5760
Angler Restaurant at the Beverly Center
The restaurant is located on the ground level of Beverly Center mall, near the main entrance on La Cienega Blvd.
Address: 8500 Beverly Blvd Suite 117, Los Angeles
Phone: (424) 332-4082
ABSteak Restaurant at the Beverly Center
[August 2021 update - Temporarily closed]
ABSteak by Chef Akira Back is a modern Korean Steakhouse, combing the elements of a Korean BBQ and an American steakhouse. The restaurant is located on the ground level of Beverly Center mall, on 3rd Street.
Address: 8500 Beverly Blvd Suite 111, Los Angeles
Phone: (424) 323-3880
Riviera 31 at the Sofitel
Mahogany floors lead guests toward mustard-colored semi-circle high-backed booths that frame the restaurant. Patrons can view the exhibition kitchen and watch food being prepared in a wood-burning oven. Private dining rooms are available for groups of all sizes, and a patio sections offers luxurious dining in an outdoor setting. Open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Address: 8555 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles
Phone: (310) 278-5444
The following establishments were once on Restaurant Row in Beverly Hills, but have closed or moved to another location.