• 4 of the Best Outdoor Dining Locations in Beverly Hills

    02/06/2019




Get to know these can’t-miss outdoor dining spots in Beverly Hills.

Thanks to California’s great climate, outdoor dining is a luxury that can be enjoyed year-round in Beverly Hills. Whether you want to satisfy an inner foodie craving, you’re just jonesing for a quick afternoon bite, or you’re in the mood for some great people-watching, this list of restaurants is perfect for outdoor dining all year long.

The Front Yard (4222 Vineland Ave)

If you ask around, you’ll likely hear that The Front Yard is a unique local gathering place in Studio City. This restaurant, with its outdoor dining area and distinctive neighborhood feel, will immediately put you at ease. Enjoy brunch, savory bites, shareable salads and more in a setting as casual and comfortable as an evening at a close friend’s house. 

Spago Beverly Hills (176 N Canon Dr)

Located in the very heart of Beverly Hills on Canon Drive, Spago is the flagship restaurant of the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group. Spago features a simple design that stands in stark contrast to the iconic, market-driven menus and exceptional levels of service for which the restaurant is most well known. Guests can enjoy lunch and dinner outdoors, choosing from a seasonal a la carte menu or exploring the best of the West Coast with the chefs’ multi-course California Tasting Menu.

Cattle & Claw (8555 Beverly Blvd)

If you haven’t yet tried Cattle & Claw, you’re missing out. Located at Sofitel Los Angeles in Beverly Hills, this sizzling SoCal eatery prides itself on a single purpose: to give in-the-know omnivores a place to really enjoy two of the world’s most perfect foods—lobster and burgers. This eclectic and charming restaurant is easy to love and conveniently located in Los Angeles’ ultimate foodie destination. Cattle & Claw features seasonally sourced menus and a signature Sunday Boozy Brunch complete with a live DJ set. 

The Belvedere Terrace at The Peninsula Beverly Hills (9882 S Santa Monica Blvd)

When you think of fine dining, The Belvedere Terrace at The Peninsula Beverly Hills probably comes to mind. For more than 20 consecutive years, The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills has been the only AAA Five Diamond-rated restaurant in all of Los Angeles. Now, guests and visitors can enjoy the newly opened terrace, giving The Belvedere even more to offer along with its Mediterranean-themed menu. Whether you’re looking for an intimate evening out or a group birthday dinner, dining at The Belvedere can meet your needs. Don’t miss their lobster paella entree and the complimentary homemade focaccia bread.


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