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About Bouchon - Beverly Hills
Bouchon in Beverly Hills offers a vibrant setting that perfectly accents Chef Thomas Keller's authentic French country fare and exceptional service. Our wine bar, Bar Bouchon, is located on the garden level and serves small plates of French classics Monday through Saturday 11:30am - 9:00 pm.
Our Bouchon Bakery is located at the entrance to the bistro and is open Monday through Saturday from 7:00am-8:00pm.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm
Happy Hour, Monday through Friday, 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 6:00pm- 9:00pm
Friday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Monday through Saturday from 11:30am - 9:00pm
Bouchon Bakery: Monday through Saturday 7:00am - 8:00pm
$31 to $50
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We offer valet parking for $10.00. Parking Garage: Public Gardens Parking Garage at 235 N. Canon Dr. - First 2 hours free, then $3 per every 30 minutes thereafter. Street Parking: on N. Canon Dr - 1 hour parking from 8AM-6PM at $2.00 per hour; After 6PM and Sundays Free or on N. Beverly Dr - 1 hour parking from 8AM-6PM at $2.00 per hour; 15 min parking in front of Montage hotel $.25; After 6PM and Sundays Free.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Bouchon in Beverly Hills offers two private dining rooms, and Bar Bouchon on the ground level, all of which feature terraces overlooking the adjacent Beverly Canon Gardens. The entire restaurant and Bar Bouchon are available for private events or can brought to a location of your choosing.
Bouchon - Beverly Hills Ratings and Reviews
Unfortunately the food was not even close to the one in Napa Valley. It was inferior quality which was a bit of a disappointment for us.
We went there on our anniversary with our kids and the restaurant was packed and there were only a couple of waiters, so we waited exceptionally long for our food to get to us.
Although they were nice to offer us an extra drink for the wait time.
We have eaten here several times and the food has always been wonderful, this time was no exception. We generally eat early, this time we came later and there was quite a difference in noise level, early is better if you want quiet conversation, late is good if you want lots of energetic noise. The menu had changed a little since the last time we were here and choices seemed more limited, but we did not have any trouble finding good options.
Hurry in before they close at the end of 2017! Delicious, unpretentious, classic French bistro cuisine, excellently executed and fairly priced. Friendly, very knowledgeable servers and Sommelier. Comfortable, warm setting. I recommend sitting on the patio. Hate to see them go!
We have been dining at Bouchon since it opened. We’ve celebrated many birthdays and other special occasions. We wanted to go one last time before the restaurant closed. Service was good. The onion soup was delicious as always. Mussels were tasty. I have always loved the poulet rôtie but last night it was not up to par. No seasoning and the parsnips were not a good choice. I’m glad we went but it was a disappointing final meal.
Lovely setting and good food, but perhaps the restaurant was serverely understaffed the night we were there because it took an overly long time to put our order in. At least 30 minutes or more after the waitress came for drink orders. Again, a lovely setting.
We are so sad that Bouchon is closing their Beverly Hills Restaurant but hope that you will decide to make your last day NEW YEARS EVE 12/31...
IF SO, WE WANT TO BOOK A TABLE FOR 6 (SIX) AT 7 pm...(CELEBRATE NY NEW YEARS)
PLEASE LET US KNOW
ELAINE TREBEK KARES & PETER KARES AND ERIKA & BOB BRUNSON
PLUS ANOTHER COUPLE. 323.691.6442
For 9 years Bouchon has been my favorite restaurant in Beverly Hills. It compares well with the best Bistros and Brasseries in Paris. It has offered all the fine food items such as the great raw bar fares, escargot, and various pates and steak fritte that one expects to see in a first rate brasserie, and as special has offered imaginative and daring new dishes that one goes to the highly recommended bistros in France.
Unfortunately Bouchon will close its doors at the end of December, so my recent visit there was to say good bye to this wonderful establishment and it’s remaining great management and staff. Even though the menus had been paired down, from exotic items such as Caviar and truffles, the quality of what was offered was superb, and the service was as professional as ever. I am going to miss Bouchon!!
Sad that Bouchon is closing at the end of December 2017. Really enjoyed the Fried Chicken offered only on Mondays;...the sides are yummy and you just can't beat the refreshing bib salad as a starter. Shame on the City of BH for not finding a parking solution to keep this fantastic, world class restaurant in Beverly Hills.
This is a fabulous authentic French bistro beautifully transplanted to Beverly Hills. Authentic in every respect with a keen attention to detail and quality. The staff is exceptional. The decor is lovely. The dishes are extraordinary. The quiche is amazing. The creme brûlée platonic. Just examples. Why in the world would The Imperial City of Beverly Hills allow this restaurant to close over a rent dispute. SHAME.
We had a waiter with an attitude that resulted in poor service, not getting what we ordered and causing everyone in our party to comment that we shouldn't have wasted our time and money at this restaurant, especially with so many other fine restaurants within a block or two walking distance.
The restaurant is good; unfortunately they have created this weird maze, complex and getting to your table is not easy (two receptions, poor signage). But service was good and our waitress knowledgeable and attentive. Worth eating there after the initial hassle. But hurry - I think they close soon. (one wonders If they fix the layout/over expansion (three different "Bouchons" in the same location), could they save themselves?)...
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