This is a great boutique hotel located in the heart of Beverly Hills. i have to immediately say that it is my go-to choice for the future based on quality and especially service. The service level is excellent, personal and will just leave you smiling. The rooms are well appointed with every possible amenity and the art work, original and ...
Restaurants near The Crescent
- 10.1 mi0.1 mi from The Crescent
Amazing food and crazy martini concoctions. Really fun place for a good group of friends. Sit back relax enjoy the food and atmosphere. But the real star of the show is the vodka freezer box! Not ur typical grey goose on the rocks. This is where real vodka drinkers come to taste a sip on the good stuff. Put on ...Popular withTrendstersLuxuryNightlife
- 20.19 mi0.19 mi from The Crescent19 reviews
Mastro's is exactly what a steakhouse should be: classy, exciting, and serves up some delicious food. Our server, Daniel, and his crew delivered incredible service from the very beginning. Constant attention and friendly demeanor, Daniel was great. ------------------------ FOOD: Seafood Tower w/ Oysters, Lobster Tails, & Shrimp Cocktail = - Some of the freshest seafood I've had in California. The ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryBusiness
- 30.12 mi0.12 mi from The Crescent8 reviews
Harajuku Crepe is a fantastic place to take a break from all the Rodeo Drive window shopping ;) Crepes here are A-MA-ZING! The owner developed his skills at a creperie in Japan, and invented his own recipe for this venture. The not-so-secret ingredient that makes the crepes here extra special is MOCHI powder! It makes the crepe itself slightly thicker ...Popular withFoodiesLocalTrendsters
- 40.19 mi
- 50.23 mi0.23 mi from The Crescent5 reviews
A great dining experience. Beautiful, sleek interior with tall ceilings, although, it was a tad on the dark side on a Friday night. House bread was incredible - particularly the stromboli. They refilled our bread basket three times! For mains, we tried the house specialty spaghetti that everyone raves about, and thought it was good but not mind blowing. We ...
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- 70.03 mi0.03 mi from The Crescent4 reviews
#BeOut For an equally "Industry" luncheon experience that's more in your price range, head west for a "power-lunch" in Beverly Hills at La Scala. The only thing more legendary than the movie deals that have been brokered in the restaurant's red leather booths is the original Jean Leon Chopped Salad, which was invented here and remains deliciously superior to any ...
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- 90.21 mi0.21 mi from The Crescent8 reviews
Atmosphere is great here. I love that they do special events now, like their Ad Hoc fried chicken night, although it usually gets booked solid during those nights. Starting the meal off with their epi bread and butter, with jam...always a good start. I admit I've gotten just ok main courses - but I will always go back for their ...Popular withLuxuryFoodiesBusiness
- 100.19 mi0.19 mi from The Crescent
Was surprised at the quality of the food. Real food - not those tiny portions from fancy restaurants. This is solid Italian food at reasonable prices considering you are in Beverly Hills. Service is also very efficient and the ambiance good.
- 110.24 mi0.24 mi from The Crescent3 reviews
Let's talk serious sushi. SUGARFISH is, by far, the best I've ever tasted (so far), and what I base all my opinions of other restaurants on. TRUST ME. Or, if you're not that hungry, Trust Me Lite. Or if you're starving, go one up from Trust Me and indulge yourself in the best melange of nigiri you'll ever have. Melt ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLuxury
- 120.23 mi0.23 mi from The Crescent4 reviews
What the hell just happened? I came with slavishly inherent mid-level expectations (reasonable for fancy franchise). It is as if you know that you are about to eat 4 dollar signs, but you don't expect 4 dollar sign service. I spoil myself more often than never, but a recent push in promotional advertisement brings me here to this very specific ...Popular withFoodiesLuxury
- 130.14 mi0.14 mi from The Crescent
If you love cheese, this store will blow you away. As soon as you walk in the door you can smell all the aged cheese. There are literally hundreds of cheeses for you to choose from. If you don't know much, the staff is very helpful and willing to educate. Make sure to also get at least a few slices ...Popular withTrendstersWellness
- 140.13 mi0.13 mi from The Crescent
A Beverly Hills staple - this unassuming (but huge) deli is a block over from Rodeo Drive - but they have done nothing to make it match the other stores and restaurants around them - and that's what makes them awesome. The food is solid and the service has real personality. Each server has a different, yet mostly equally entertaining ...
- 150.19 mi0.19 mi from The Crescent
Crumbs has really great cupcakes. They are big and delicious. The red velvet and mint chip ones are my favorite. Parking is tough around the area, but get dropped off and you'll be in and out in no time. The few times I have been here, there have not been long lines, like some other cupcake shops have.Popular withTrendstersWellnessLuxury
- 160.06 mi0.06 mi from The Crescent
It may not look like much from the outside but this Beverly Hills restaurant has been a favourite for Hollywood's power lunches since it first opened its doors in 2006. While many of its competitors have eroded much of their original charm and identity by being taken over by corporates, owner Edoardo Baldi continues to preside over both the kitchen ...
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- 180.23 mi0.23 mi from The Crescent2 reviews
**SUNSET HOUR AT THE MONTAGE HOTEL** Decided to change it up and did HH at the Montage instead. PARKING ========= Garage. First 2 hours free, $3 additional hour. AMBIANCE ========= 9th Floor. Tuscany Villa feel. Quiet. Mature (think people in their 40-50's). Nice views of Beverly Hills and Hollywood Hills. Highest rooftop pool and bar in Beverly Hills. SUNSET HOUR ...Popular withTrendstersLuxury
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- 200.6 mi0.6 mi from The Crescent
My boyfriend agreed to stop by Urth Caffe after taking me out for my birthday dinner at Fogo de Chao. I know, more food after all you can eat Brazilian barbecue? Yes, I'm a lucky girl. :D It's pretty close by to Fogo and Lawry's, located near small shops on Hewitt Street. You need to find street parking, so if ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLocal