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About Georgie – Beverly Hills
Geoffrey Zakarian’s Los Angeles restaurant Georgie, located at Montage Beverly Hills, is a vibrant bustling restaurant with approachable Modern American fare and lush garden-inspired interiors that welcome from morning to night. The restaurant brings a new energy to the center of Beverly Hills and the much-loved Beverly Canon Gardens. Georgie is open for breakfast, coffee to-go, lunch, dinner and cocktails daily.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Contemporary American, Californian, Breakfast
Hours of Operation:
- Breakfast & Coffee Bar: 7am-11am
- Lunch: 11:30am- 2:30pm
- Monday-Saturday Dinner: 6pm-9:30pm
- Sunday Dinner: 6pm-9pm
- Georgie Bar: 11:00am-12am
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking is offered through the hotel. Public parking is available adjacent to the hotel.
Geoffrey Zakarian - Chef Partner
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Georgie is the ideal setting for breakfast gatherings, lunch meetings, late night parties and everything in between.
Georgie – Beverly Hills Ratings and Reviews
The restaurant is pretty and cool, classy and neutrality. I liked, but didn’t live the ambience. Went on valentine’s Day. Corkage was $65.00, which is too high. Wine was pretty pricy. My wife had Chilean sea bass, which was excellent. I had steak, which was well cooked, but tasteless and chewy. We were charged$129 per person. Meh!
The tables and chairs were too small. I'm only 170 lbs. Almost felt like they wanted you to be uncomfortable so that you would eat and leave. For as fine a place as it is and the hotel which it is in, you would think they would get better chairs than what they have. You can see the chair pictures in the images on this website.
The service is excellent. I really enjoyed spending time at Georgie (and the food was delicious too). Started with the Kabocha Squash Soup with Roasted Chestnuts and Pepitas; next, Crab Tagliatelle with Lobster and Coconut Milk Sauce. For dessert, Bourbon Vanilla Panna Cotta with Meyer Lemon Sherbet and Basil Mint Sauce. Lovely from start to finish. Will definitely return.
If it weren't for the nice choices and reasonable prices for Dine LA we would have truly been disappointed. As a party of 3, 2 of us ordered their "touted" $25 hamburger. For Dine LA, the salad choice was delightful. The hamburger was below ordinary with its mealy grind of meat, a bare teaspoon of carmelized onion and lackluster house sauce. The pana cotta dessert was excellent with a touch of basil oil, micro basil and sorbet. If we had paid the $25 just for the burger it truly would have been a terrible lunch. The service was pleasant and surroundings rather dull, for newly remodeled, other than being in the lovely Canon/Beverly courtyard.
The night was perfect. I took my girl friend out for her birthday. The food had a very unique organic taste. With great ambiance, and a great wine selection. We had a very great time the entire evening. The servers were very friendly, and the food was made very fancy with gourmet flavors that your wouldn't believe. I was very pleased with the entire experience that I was given during my stay. Thanks very much. Being in the culinary field, I discovered a balance in all the foods that were presented to me, and my girl friend. The entire menu was outstanding. Thanks!
Avoid, avoid, avoid!
Nice food but uninspired. Nice steak and duck, or salmon or oysters. For a top ranked chef, it was disappointing. But the high price mark-up was there. The biggest lack was the very poor wine cellar selection! Anyone can pick top-end, world renowned wines, which is all the person who collected this cellar did. If you want a wine over $1000, this is your place. The food, however tasty, did not demand this level wine. And as for the somm showing he knew wine and could find good bottles under $100, forget it. I went through the red list, which was many pages long, and could have counted all the wine available under $100 on two hands. And nothing, for some reason, for under $60. Really???
I don't plan on returning. The attitude of Zarcharian was screw the people in LA, I am not going to put any effort into this restaurant.
What a disappointment. W e have been here many times before and this was the worst experience. I ordered SPOT PRAWN & CRAB BUCATINI with Lobster & Coconut Milk Sauce, Thai Basil. There were no prawns and no basil, some pasta with a few pieces of celery and crab meat- no lobster or coconut sauce at all. I have had better pasta at Olive Garden! Never again
Georgie's is located in the Luxurious & elegant Montage Hotel and the restaurant is everything you would expect of a 5 star hotel. Georgie's has modern, yet comfortable décor and seating. This restaurant clearly sets itself apart from other restaurants in the area on three main grounds: food, customer service and ambience. As far as food goes, this is pretty clear: the menu was upscale New American fare and their cocktails were quite unique. Their menu was extensive, both in terms of ingredients, creativity and taste. Georgie's staff were very attentive but never invasive, and all the staff were extremely friendly & professional. As for the ambience of the restaurant, it was very chic & stylish, which sets the right kind of atmosphere for a very positive dining experience. I felt comfortable and enjoyed the experience at restaurant this restaurant and would highly recommend it.
The Burrata and fig appetizer consisted of a cup of tasteless cheese spread over with fig preserve and 3 or 4 thin slices of fresh fig. Main course King Salmon was served with a ruban of raw fennel and an orange sauce, the duck magret was nicely cooked . Both dishes were served luke warm and lagged seasoning, the veggie side dish was initially forgotten and brought when we were almost finished with our main course. The Pinot Noir we ordered was not available. On a Saturday night the room was more than half empty.
We were seated at a candle lite table on the patio overlooking the park. We ordered a five course tasting menu pricied at $85.00 per person and worth it. Our meal included an amuse bouche, delicious corn soup, crab salad, a beet risotto, a european fish we had never heard of served in a very nice cream sauce, beef cheeks and a rich but refreshing desert of berries and ice cream. We drank wine by the glass that was perhaps overpriced burt overall the meal was delicious, the service was professional and the experience was a very good one. Recommended and will be back
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