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About THE Blvd - Beverly Wilshire Hotel
With prime views overlooking Wilshire Boulevard and Rodeo Drive, THE Blvd at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, features local California fare with modern Mediterranean influences. With lofty ceilings and art deco touches reminiscent of when the Hotel opened in 1928, the bustling and convivial atmosphere welcomes local guests and world travelers to enjoy a leisurely breakfast, a power lunch, post shopping break, or an exciting night out on the town.
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Mediterranean, American, International
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily, 6:30am - 11:30am.
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday, 11:30am - 5:00pm.
Lunch: Daily, 11:30am - 5:00pm.
Dinner: Sunday - Friday, 5:00pm - 11:00pm; Saturday, 5:00pm - 11:00pm.
Bar: Sunday - Thursday 11:00am - 12:00am; Friday - Saturday 11:00am - 1:30am.
Rodeo Dr. & Wilshire Blvd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
LIVE MUIC - Thursday, Friday, Saturday evenings!
Hotel Valet Parking, discounted with restaurant validation.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
THE Blvd - Beverly Wilshire Hotel Ratings and Reviews
Terrific location with great views of Rodeo Drive and Wilshire. Waitstaff looked sharp in white shirts. Excellent presentation with the salad on a rectangular plate, pomegranate with beets and grapefruit. Fries were served in a mini fryer basket. Condiments were in single user containers.
A very pricey restaurant in a very pricey hotel in a very pricey neighborhood. But you can do lot better. Why not seek out a restaurant that is doing something exciting and inventive?
The food at THE Blvd is good but not great, the service is sometimes great and sometimes not good. The ambience is upscale-dull with lots of fine mahogany wood and uninspiring decor that is expensive. Overall, this is a hotel restaurant that fits the bill. But nothing awesome about it. Expect a very good meal that you will soon forget if you have had your share of good meals.
A complete rip off. They advertised a very special Christmas Eve menu at very high price. Every one of the four courses was consistantly tasteless. Only remarkable for how awful it was. Very pretty presentations of incredibly overpriced drek. The service was also terrible. The staff was friendly but not informed at all about their menu, fine dining service expectations. I will never go there again. I felt like I should have called the police to report a fraud.
Stopped in for lunch after a bit of Holiday shopping. My spouse and I shared the Blvd Cheeseburger. What an amazing burger! Cooked to perfection with all the condiments and our own little basket of French fries (since we split most of our meals - for dietary reasons, we expected fries on each of our plates as opposed to our own individual fry basket) so it added that extra special personal touch that only a Four Seasons can do. Thank you for yet another great meal experience!
Thank you The Blvd for accommodating our request. All the staff from checking in to our waiter to the servers, managers and even the personnel at the lobby were friendly and were happy to assist us. The food was great! Loved the appetizers and my rack of lamb! I always enjoy the doughnuts here. All in all a superb experience!
Have been there many times before but this visit was a disappointment. We sat outside, which was enjoyable. Reuben our waiter was very attentive. Other waiters seemed bored. We asked for bread and got those cracker things. No bread basket. Crab cake appetiver was good but expensive for the size of the serving. The ravioli was awful. I only ate a few bites. Too much tomato and round onions. My companion enjoyed the lamb meatballs. Been to Waldorf Astoria and food there much better. Very expensive and no Christmas decorations.
The breakfast brunch was great. Even though the price was a little high, with their outstanding customer service and the delicious food worth it. We felt welcome the minute we entered. we were greeted and got our sit immediately. The servers here are just wonderfu, friendly and attentive. Especially, Afendi was very personable, very efficient, kids friendly and took good care of us.
Thank you for an amazing experience, and looking forward to visiting again
Truly our best dining experience in years. Each member of the staff from the host at check-in to the waiter and each server, were absolutely impeccable in their appropriate approach to us. Further, the food is simply spectacular, with an excellent selection of beverages.
We eat at many fine restaurants in major cities. The BLVD at the Beverly Wilshire simply ranks among the best.
Brunch was amazing! My spouse had the Thousand Count (waffles) and I had the Mi Rancho ( sunny-side up eggs, corn tortillas, avocado, chorizo). The service is impeccable (as per usual) and the orange juice was sweet to perfection. One of those meals you can do again and again!
Celebrating my birthday at Beverly Hills infamous restaurant The Blvd, 2nd year in a row😊 was amazing. From the carefully prepared pan grilled Salmon to the amazing Live Band, ( 🎼Music by Adam Jackson) who sang Happy Birthday to me. Each Waiter were detail to attention. Perfect atmosphere for any occasion. Thank you🎤Mr. Adam Jackson and many Thanks to The Blvd for helping to make my birthday dinner unforgettable. 🍸🍸🍸🎉❤️👄
I never leave bad reviews, but feel compelled after our visit here for breakfast. We were able to sit on the patio and enjoy the surrounding fancy cars/shops, but the food was sub-par at best and the service even worst. We seemed a major inconvenience to our server who rushed us along to get the massive check paid. I knew this was going to be expensive, and thought for sure we would get what we paid for, but instead the meat/eggs seemed fresh off a buffet line I wouldn't touch at a motel let alone a nice restaurant. $150 for 2 entrees/coffee and disappointed taste buds later we went to a nearby cafe for 2nd breakfast, excellently prepared at 1/4 the cost.
My wife and I were looking for a "class restaurant where we could have a calm dinner". Food was excellent and served properly. Quiet environment so we could talk without screaming. Elegant service in a very proper restaurant which made me very happy. Thank you.
I was once at the Blvd for New Year's Eve and the food was absolutely awful. Cold, tasteless and the entree inedible. But this past weekend I went back mostly because Tony Galla was playing and we were looking for live music and dancing. The Blvd redeemed itself with its food, the music and the dancing. It was a lovely evening.
The service was amazing as was the food. We were never rushed and sat people and sights watching for two hours. A wonderful time and I highly recommend it. Lunch with wine and dessert ran about 100+ each but it's to be expected in this area, I think. Our server was amazing and it seemed as though service was key here. I am going back!
We were very disappointed. Service was lacking, never checked on us once during the meal, we had to remind them to bring one of our drinks, we had to track them down to get the check. Food was delicious but the poor service overshadowed it. Prices are ridiculously high!!! Not worth it!!
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