The charming area of Beverlywood is located just south of Beverly Hills. Much like other areas of California, Beverlywood is known for its incredible year-round weather and close proximity to Los Angeles’ premier area attractions, such as Rodeo Drive.
Along with the arts and culture available to the area, Beverlywood adds its own unique touch to the area. With the vast array of dining options available, here’s a list of the top restaurants in or near Beverlywood:
Picca | 9575 W. Pico, Los Angeles, CA 90035
Picca is a Peruvian cantina serving modern Peruvian cuisine with a Japanese flair. With over 50 refined dishes designed to be shared with your guest, it’s an experience to remember. Chef Ricardo Zarate was awarded with the title of the Best New Chef in America by Food & Wine Magazine in 2011. Don’t let the size of the dining room fool you, this place serves more than a thousand plates on some nights. Make a reservation today.
Sotto | 9575 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035
Sotto is known for its honest, market-driven menu filled with regionally-inspired Southern Italian dishes. From fresh housemade pastas to their Neapolitan pizza cooked in an artisan wood burning oven, you’re sure to find something you’ll enjoy here. Chefs Zach and Steve pride themselves on their dedication to local produce and sustainable, artisanally produced meat. They also offer an eclectic list of boutique wines from both Italy and California.
Pat’s Restaurant and Catering | 9233 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035
Pat’s Restaurant and Catering is known by many as the “reigning Queen” of Kosher. For locals and out-of-towners, Pat’s is one of the most desired restaurants to visit. They have delicious food, passionate chefs and a staff dedicated to providing a truly hospitable dining experience. It’s a home away from home. It’s all about “celebrating the flavors of life” at Pat’s and I bet you never knew Kosher could be so good. Reservations are highly recommended.
Shilo’s | 8939 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035
If you were to take the finest flavors from the European culinary cultures and fuse them together with classic American cuisines along with internationally renowned wines, you have just experienced what Shilo’s is all about. Shilo’s is a warm and classy French restaurant that serves a unique fusion of traditional Kosher foods and exotic flavors sure to spark interest on your palate. Shilo’s has also seen its fair share of celebrities.
Tuk Tuk Thai | 8875 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035
Described by its patrons as a favorite “hole-in-the-wall”, Tuk Tuk Thai offers a huge, health conscious menu. They are passionate about great tasting food from Thailand and will only use ingredients that are fresh, wholesome and safe to eat. Due to this commitment to only using the best, they often only have a limited supply of their popular dishes and once it’s gone, you’ll have to wait until next time. Take a look for yourself.
A Food Affair | 1513-1515 S. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035
A Food Affair is a BYOB establishment. That’s right, you can bring your own and they won’t even charge you a corkage fee. Chef Christian Royere is a native of France and began his relationship with food at a young age. A Food Affair features American cuisine with a French accent. Browse their menu and see what you think. If you are hosting a special event or dinner, A Food Affair is known for its catering services and private parties.
Beverlywood Bakery | 9128 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035
Whether you’re a visitor or a resident of Los Angeles, I’m sure you’ve heard of the famous Beverlywood Bakery. While Beverlywood Bakery is not a restaurant, it does deserve an honorable mention. Established in 1946, the Beverlywood Bakery has been servicing the Los Angeles community and surrounding areas for 68 years and counting. This non kosher Jewish bakery offers a variety of traditional Jewish baked good and plenty of other goodies as well. They even offer gluten free and sugar free options. Their twice baked rye bread, bread pudding, and black & white cookies are among the favorites for its patrons. Rain, shine or traffic, visitors are always waiting for a piece of it.
Top Places to Eat in Beverlywood
With so many dining options available in this vibrant area, it’s hard to pick just a handful, but here it is. Beverlywood has so much to offer its residents and visitors and I hope you’ll let me know what you think of these place if you decide to venture out. Who knows, maybe we’ll run into each other next time.