Dreaming of going to Los Angeles and its iconic Hollywood? If so, you might want to complete your awesome tour by visiting the beautiful city of Beverly Hills.
The travel experts recommend these top stunning spots you wouldn’t want to miss as you indulge in the city’s vibrant life and diverse culture.
According to travel experts, Beverly Hills provides a unique ambiance of village-like life despite being one of the most populous cities in the world. You can find a number of coffee shops and restaurants surrounded by evergreen trees and plants.
This village-like charm, as well as the local’s refined palate, provide a peaceful and relaxing ambiance in contrast to the busy, urban life.
One local named Cash Black also shared how Beverly Hills unique ambiance attracted him to move to this place.
According to him, this place offers the best when it comes to cars, jewelry, and wines. He started working as a valet until he became a head bartender at a high-end Scotch bar in one of the prestigious hotels in Beverly Hills.
After seven years of living in the city, he now presides over a five-table bar and also became a local tour guide to help the tourists have a wonderful experience in the city. Here are his top favorite tourist spots.
If you’re fond of drinking and partying, Mr. Black recommends you go to Wally’s bar scene which offers a rich and vibrant nightlife and thrill for you.
The bar’s striking bistro visual captivates your attention as soon as you come into this block. According to him, all the drinks in Wally are concocted with the finest ingredients suited to your tastes. Not only that, but the bartenders are also courteous and attentive to your needs.
For those who have a sweet tooth, Mr. Black recommends paying a visit to Urth Cafe. This sweet pastry shop offers delectable homemade desserts ranging from banana cream pie, to coconut royale, and matcha tiramisu.
Moreover, they also cater to orders for large groups or family sizes. Mr. Black once remembered how he brought his parents on this shop and his mom ordered seven appetizers at the same time.
His mom went crazy about their nut cakes. If you cannot find the time to visit this cafe in Beverly Hills, you can catch up in its other locations throughout Los Angeles City including its latest branch at the international airport.
Craving for some Mediterranean cuisines like creamy hummus and colorful Turkish muhammara? The Momed restaurant is your haven to sate your European taste.
The place is located on South Beverly Drive which offers a stunning outdoor seating view of the traffic. What’s more? Their entrees are relatively cheaper compared to those expensive restaurants. For only $5, you can enjoy a sumptuous meal for mezze plates.
Wallis Annenberg Center
If you’re an artist and interested to learn Beverly Hill’s arts and culture, you can head over to the Wallis Annenberg Center.
Formerly a post office, the building was repurposed to become a performing arts center which caters 500 seats in the main stage and 150 seats for a semi-production theater.
For those who aspire to be an actor or artist, you can visit this to understand the artistic community better. It’ll also trigger your creativity and imagination as you watch high-caliber art and theater productions.
According to Mr. Black, Beverly Hills also offers a rich creative culture too, especially since it’s located in the world’s creative capital.
If you want to gaze at expensive and stunning homes which get featured in famous films and tv series, then head north and go to Virginia Robinsons Gardens.
This six-acre real estate features an extravagant rose garden and a majestic Beaux-Arts mansion. You can fulfill your dream of becoming a royal or at least a high-profile guest as you visit this lavish real estate.