This bar is in a very prestigious hotel in Beverly Hiills. It was a Friday night and there wasn't another person in this bar for most of the time we were there. That changed when an over served group came in and were served yet even more alcohol which changed the whole environment to extremely obnoxious. The drinks are extremely overpriced and the bartenders could not mix a martini to save their life. As an added bonus, you get to pay an obnoxious amount of money to pay to park for this privilege. Don't bother, you won't see stars either.
A beautiful place to watch the sunset and enjoy cocktails and light bites on the way to the theater. Great service and ambience. We have also hosted a brunch in this room for 80 people and it was outstanding!
Thanks for having Luca Ellis entertaining us! I will be back again.
Thank you, Bar Nineteen 12 for another outstanding experience! My girlfriend, who is a long time client of the hotel, thoroughly enjoyed her return to the property after a long interval on what was a very special date for us! Thanks to everyone on the team for their great service and professionalism. Time and time again, we can always count on the staff to deliver the best experience and warm hospitality that makes the Beverly Hills Hotel so special, and distinguished, from its peers.
Love this place
Very good food
Not cheap but worthit
One of the most amazing accommodating teams I have ever worked with. A truly fantastic team.
My favorite place
We are Beverly Hills locals and live around the corner. When we need someplace to meet a friend for a drink this is the spot - quiet, private with a feel like a private home. And the service is great,
I was there with my friend. We were sorry to notice that this place has changed and not for good.. Panna Cotta is no longer on dessert menue, wine didn't taste the same, tartar has changed, too.. They used to have live music on Saturday nights - not anymore..
The wrong place to go to on a Saturday night, it was empty so we didn't even stay. The atmosphere was quite depressing and literally nobody there.