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Leonardo DiCaprio might say, "I'm the king of the world (in Beverly Hills.)"

Being a Beverly Hills V.I.P. comes in handy, when trying to get a table at one of Beverly Hills' best restaurants. Getting a good table at a restaurant is not just about eating; it symbolizes importance. So if you want to be a Beverly Hills V.I.P., then you need to get in with the “in crowd” at the following ultra exclusive Beverly Hills restaurants.

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Beverly Hills Ambiance:

In Beverly Hills, the restaurants are on the small side and cater to the Hollywood celebrities, who make Beverly Hills their regular spot to rendezvous. One would be misinformed to believe, all the stars and celebs are in Hollywood. True, they may go to Hollywood to work at a movie studio or soundstage, but when it is time to unwind, all of the celebrities head west to Beverly Hills, California.

In fact, many of the residents of Beverly Hills are the most well-known & famous celebrities in the world. Thus, if you want to be a V.I.P. in Beverly Hills, you are going to have a tough act to follow. Due to limited seating, some of these exclusive restaurants have even turned away red hot stars at their hottest. Therefore, if you want to eat at one of these celebrity-filled restaurants, be sure to book a reservation weeks or months in advance.

Beverly Hills Geography:

Beverly Hills is, above all, a small town for the wealthy. Less than six square miles in size, Beverly Hills mainly consist of homes and shops, with barely even a billboard sign in sight, and definitely not a factory anywhere within city lines. The city has churches; restaurants; boutiques; office high-rises; parks, but nothing that would lessen the value of this prime real estate. Notably, in Beverly Hills, there is not even a hospital or a cemetery.

The prime high-rise office space housing top attorneys and talent agents, can be found in the "Golden Triangle," which is in between Wilshire and Sunset Boulevards. The other streets bordering the "Golden Triangle" include: Santa Monica Boulevard (on the northwest;) Wilshire Boulevard (on the south;) and Canon Drive (on the east.) Within the "Golden Triangle" is a grid of seven smaller commercial streets filled with shops and restaurants. Centrally located in the middle of the Golden Triangle is the world famous Rodeo Drive; Beverly Hills' fabled shopping avenue of boutiques and luxury.

Beverly Hills is, undeniably, an aesthetically pleasing neighborhood. Its commercial streets are immaculate and filled with exclusive boutiques and sophisticated shoppers. The Beverly Hills Civic Center, which houses City Hall, is not only gorgeous, it is a Spanish mission-style design worthy of an architecture award, and also, it is considered a landmark. The residential side of Beverly Hills features multi-million dollar mansions, towering trees, and miles of manicured green lawns. This is the life most people dream of. A visit to Beverly Hills can be analogous to a visit to a great art exhibit at a prominent museum.

Beverly Hills Dining:

Once you have explored the city of Beverly Hills and you have worked up an appetite; here is a list of some of the most exclusive restaurants in Beverly Hills. So exclusive, even Leonardo DiCaprio might feel like the "king of the world" to be able to get a table at one of these ultrachic eateries.

1. Matsuhisa
Categories: Sushi Bars, Japanese, Food
Neighborhood: Beverly Hills
129 N La Cienega Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(310) 659-9639

2. CUT
Category: Steakhouses
Neighborhood: Beverly Hills
9500 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 275-5200

3. Mastro's Steakhouse
Categories: Steakhouses, Lounges
Neighborhood: Beverly Hills
246 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 888-8782

4. Spago
Category: American (New)
Neighborhood: Beverly Hills
176 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 385-0880

5. Urasawa
Category: Japanese
Neighborhood: Beverly Hills
218 N Rodeo Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 247-8939

6. Tagine
Category: Moroccan
Neighborhood: Beverly Hills
132 N Robertson Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(310) 360-7535

7. Lawry's The Prime Rib
Categories: Steakhouses, American (Traditional), Venues & Event Spaces
Neighborhood: Beverly Hills
100 N La Cienega Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(310) 652-2827

8. Fogo de Chao
Categories: Steakhouses, Brazilian
133 N La Cienega Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(310) 289-7755

9. Il Cielo
Categories: Italian, Venues & Event Spaces, Lounges
Neighborhood: Mid-City West
9018 Burton Way
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(310) 276-9990

10. Cocina Primavera
Categories: Latin American, American (Traditional)
Neighborhoods: West Los Angeles, Beverly Hills
9111 W Olympic Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 550-7834

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