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Perched atop Gucci’s Los Angeles boutique is the Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Beverly Hills.
Perched atop Gucci’s Los Angeles boutique is the Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Beverly Hills. Under the care of the award-winning three-Michelin-starred Chef Massimo Bottura, with collaborative dishes executed by Chef Mattia Agazzi, the intimate eatery serves Italian-centric fare with the inclusion of California influenced dishes, to be enjoyed alongside sweeping views of Beverly Hills and design details like herringbone wood floors, red velvet banquettes, and Gucci Décor wallpaper.
Whitewaller recommends: Ordering one of Chef Massimo’s signature dishes like the Emilia burger or tortellini with parmigiano reggiano cream.
Led by Chef John Fraser, Ardor offers vegetable-focused California cuisine.
Located inside of Hotel June, Caravan Swim Club is a poolside Baha-inspired spot with menu offerings for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
From restaurateur Reika Alexander, the creator of EN Japanese Brasserie in New York, Chateau Hanare presents a unique Japanese concept to Los Angeles dining.
Opened in January 2018, majordōmo hit Los Angeles with large-format dishes, table-side components, and plenty of noodles.
The cool, sophisticated restaurant Harlowe illuminates the elegance and decadence of the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Husband and wife chefs Ori Menashe and Genevieve Gergis opened Bestia—their first restaurant focused on a multi-regional Italian cuisine with a “from scratch” approach.
Husband and wife chefs Ori Menashe and Genevieve Gergis opened Bavel to showcase their Middle Eastern roots in Israel, Morocco, Turkey, and Egypt.
Zach Pollack opened Alimento, his first solo project, in 2014, drawing inspiration from Italy’s regional traditions.