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About 208 Rodeo
This highly regarded restaurant has the most coveted terrace in town, perched atop the steps of Via Rodeo. 208 Rodeo offers casual dining, attentive service and a newly launched breakfast menu that is sure to satisfy. With a new General Manager and Executive Chef, 208 Rodeo is certainly aimed at becoming one of the most sought after dining destinations in town. Whether if it's relaxing on our sun soaked patio for breakfast or a romantic dinner for two on our balcony, 208 Rodeo delivers the perfect experience to meet your Beverly Hills dining expectations!
Open for full hours of operation on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's!
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Californian, Bistro, Contemporary French / American
Hours of Operation:
Daily 9:00 am–11:30 am
Daily 11:30 am–5:30 pm
Daily 5:30 pm–9:30 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
2 Hours Free Before 6pm
Valet Parking is available. From Wilshire, head north on Rodeo Drive and take your first right at Dayton Way. The entrance to the parking garage is on your right.
After 6pm, $5 with validation
Banquet, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Live Music Friday and Saturday Nights from 5:30- 9pm
Happy Hour Monday- Friday 4-7 pm
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208 Rodeo Ratings and Reviews
Tomahawk steak was the best steak I've had. Great flavor and size! A bit pricey but it was a one time visit since we live out of state. Wife had the Gluten Fee pasta which she loved. Atmosphere was wonderful. We sat at an outside table and enjoyed the ambianc even though it got a little chilly for my wife but the staff gave her a blanket so all was good! Service was excellent. Could not have asked for a better dining experience! Will definitely go back next time we're in the area!
One of our fav restaurants around LA, but not on this occasion.
Jack Hammers on Wilshire blvd ruined the ambiance on Sunday after our church service.
Anthony, our server, was extraordinary and most expeditious and engaging.
Unfortunately, he could not control the fly that flew directly into my glass of wine...
nor five minutes later when the second fly followed into my wife's Prosecco.
Check the street, if no jack hammers....go for it
We were first seated in a congested area near a passage way inspire of the fact that there were many available tables, the hostess said we can not move, we then asked a waiter to move us which he promptly did. I ordered a drink which Never came, I cancelled with waiter and made sure to tell him to take it off the bill, the bill came with the drink on it
Still my favorite restaurant !!!!!!! Yes, it's simple and the menu isn't large but that's the reason why it's so good. The specials are always amazing and knock your socks off. The location is the best and the waiters are always top notch. Worth the money and wait!
Made a last-minute lunch reservation for 208 Rodeo and was overall very satisfied with my experience. I got the seafood salad, which was delicious. The burrata appetizer was also very good. It was a bit pricey for lunch (salad was almost $40), but given the location, I suppose that's to be expected. It's a good people-watching spot since the outdoor seating is on Rodeo Drive, but the quarters are extremely close, so we had to sit just inches away from other diners.
Hello! Such a good location, i.e., the vibe alone is worth a visit! And somebody is a great cook back there. Although the dishes tend to be pricey, they are large portions so the price point isn't bad. Really enjoyed our little Pre-Labor Day dinner summit here. Thank you.
We were disappointed that the beef was overcooked and we ordered seared foie Gras as a side on the beef. The foie gras was also heavily overcooked. I know it's a tourist venue but we still expect your meal to be what we ordered - when we mentioned to the waiter he agreed it was overcooked and not normal but there was no reduction on the bill and an automatic 15% tip. They could have really turned the situation around, but didn't.
My wife and moi have been going to this wonderful place for the last few years , for one good reason the food and service is great, the location is perfect for shopping and dining. And 208 Rodeo drive is the place to be for a beautiful lunch or dinner. We head back as often as we can even though we come from Quebec we are always in Santa Monica.
I don't like how they include a "service fee." I'm guessing it is for foreigners who don't usually pay tip unless service is the best thing ever, but I'm no foreigner and this made me upset which I why I didn't tip. They also didn't return all of the change. Our total was $97 (including service fee) and something cents and they only ended up giving us $2. I know that's not a lot of change and I can live without it, but I believe it's unprofessional to do so. Also the portions were a bit smaller than I expected it to be for the price I was paying, but I guess this is how all the niche places are like these days. The servers seemed nice but weren't really on top of their game as much as I'd hoped them to be. I wouldn't go to Beverly Hills just for this place, but if I'm in the area, I may consider dining there again.
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