Consistently ranked one of the top neighborhoods in Los Angeles for young professionals and families alike, Beverly Grove offers a myriad of shopping, dining and entertainment destinations, most notably the mega Beverly Center and Caruso’s The Grove. This trendy, vibrant and incredibly walkable area is the home of the iconic “Melrose Place” and is centered in the cultural heart of Los Angeles. Beverly Grove is nestled between Beverly Hills on the west and West Hollywood on the North, and is centrally located in a coveted central pocket in the city that is brimming with style, luxury, and exceptional dining.
An air of relaxed luxury with trendy, vibrant spirit. High-end boutiques and some of the best dining in the city all centrally located makes Beverly Grove the perfect blend of bustling city living and breezy luxury living. The best of Beverly Hill and West Hollywood combined.
Young professionals, families, entertainment industry members.
Vibrant, trendy, city-feel mixed with California cool vibes.
High-end shopping and dining in a very walkable area. Vibrant nightlife mixed with a family atmosphere.
Hidden pockets of verdant, SoCal nature.
New developments mixed with classic architecture.
The versatility of the area!
The Grove is an LA institute in itself. Bustling with high end branded shopping stores, numerous popular restaurants, a movie theater with 14 screens and some of the best events in the city, The Grove is on everyone’s itinerary.
A famous Los Angeles landmark since it first opened in 1934, the Original Farmers Market is one of the most visited attractions in the City of Angels.
Beverly Center is Southern California’s premier fashion destination with more than 100 distinctive specialty boutiques, including a paramount portfolio of luxury retailers such as Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Saint Laurent and Salvatore Ferragamo.
Known for some of the longest running shows on Television, CBS Studios is an iconic landmark in Los Angeles. Home of the Young & The Restless, Bold & the Beautiful, The Price is Right, Dancing with the Stars, The X-Factor and more. Live tapings of shows attract fans and talent alike.
Since its inception in 1961, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has been devoted to collecting works of art that span both history and geography. LACMA is creating a truly modern lens through which to view its rich encyclopedic collection of more than 100,000 works. With this much to explore, they encourage you to spend an entire day with them.
Once upon a time, Rancho La Brea or La Brea Tar Pits was only a Mexican land grant. Now a park, the tar pits have been the world’s richest deposit of Ice Age fossils. More than 40,000 years ago mammoths, saber-toothed cats and dire wolves freely roamed the Los Angeles basin and became entrapped in the natural asphalt of the tar pits. During the summer months, visitors can observe the ongoing excavation from Pit 91.
Mexican food landmark, featured in a handful of Hollywood films, most notably Once Upon a Timein Hollywood.
Try: Nachos, The Fajitas
One of the most definitive restaurants in Los Angeles to find celebs grabbing a bite of their favorite sushi, Katsuya Hollywood appeals to all with its aesthetically done interiors, thanksto talented French designerPhilippe Starck.
Try: Spicy Tuna on top of Crispy Rice, Seared Albacore with Crispy Onion, Baked Crab Handroll
Chef Kamil believes in serving only the freshest food with the finest ingredients. You won’t find anything with corn syrup or artificial flavors, because if we can’t pronounce it, we won’t serve it.
Try: French Toast Churros, Salmon Hash, Burgundy Omelette
One of the hottest spots on the Los Angeles food scene, Mauro welcomes guests to taste the exquisite ItalianFare while stargazing on anygiven afternoon.
Try: The Tiger Shrimp Pasta, Bolognese, Pesto Pasta
Part of a Toronto chain, this roomy, bustling restaurant specializes in Southern Italian fare.
Try: Squash blossoms, Tagliatelle al Ragu, Linguine alle Vongole e Bottarga
As you enter The Little Door, you’ll discover a hidden paradise, colorful crowd, romantic courtyard, and elegant display of rustic Mediterranian cuisine.
Try: Mezze Platte and the Lamb
Toca madera, which translates to “knock on wood,” is an intimate 150-seat space in Los Angeles that features a creative take on Mexican cuisine.
Try: Carne Asada, Sea Bass Ensalada, Tamaples
1. The La Brea Tar Pits and Museum
2. Los Angeles County Museum of Art
3. Pan Pacific Park
4. Hancock Park
5. Poinsettia Recreation Center
6. The Grove
7. Beverly Center
8. Melrose Trading Post
9. CBS Studios International
10. The Original Farmer’s Market
11. Fred Segal
13. El Coyote
14. The Izaka-ya by Katsu-ya
15. Blu Jam Cafe
16. The Little Door
17. Toca Madera