Myra Nourmand on the Best Spots to Dine Out in Los Angeles

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Porta Via

Fine Dining

The Churrascaria Plataforma–The Belvedere

The Churrascaria Plataforma–The Belvedere

When it comes to fine dining, Beverly Hills is definitely a high-class destination. The world renown hotels in Beverly Hills also boast amazing restaurants, including The Belvedere on the the peninsula, The Four Seasons Los Angeles, Culina in Beverly Hills, and Wolfgang Puck’s Cut in Beverly Wilshire. Mastro’s and Mr. Chow offer luxurious settings to match their impeccable food.

Porta Via

Porta Via

When you dine with friends and family at La Scala, make sure you order its famous chopped salad. Xi’an’s warm atmosphere and great Chinese food are perfect for large groups. Porta Via is favorite among locals, and the California-inspired cuisine is fantastic. The location is great and the space is lively, ready to accommodate your next dining event.

Italian and Pizza

Il Tramezzino

Il Tramezzino

For amazing pizza, eat at Mulberry Street Pizzeria. It’s casual and so popular that you’ll find two in Beverly Hills: one on North Canon Drive and another on South Beverly Drive. For the best New York-style pizza in Los Angeles, your search is over. Il Tramezzino is charming, laid back, and delicious. Come as you are, and enjoy great Italian food.

Casual Eats

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Nate ‘n Als

Say “deli” in Beverly Hills and the response is always the same: Nate ‘n Als. Matzo ball soup, corned beef, brisket…the list of deli-comfort food is as long as the restaurant’s history in 90210.

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