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[[Image:USA Beverly Hills Sunset boulevard.jpg|thumb|300px|Sunset Boulevard]]
'''Beverly Hills''' [http://www.beverlyhills.org] is an enclaved city in [[Los Angeles County]] in Southern California, surrounded almost entirely by [[Los Angeles]]. Since the
*From '''Los Angeles International Airport'''
===By public transit===
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority [http://www.mta.net] provides bus service into Beverly Hills, connecting with the rail network. Rapid bus 720 runs along Wilshire Boulevard, connecting Beverly Hills with the Fairfax district, Koreatown, and Downtown Los Angeles to the east
Beverly Hills is divided into a flat part south of Santa Monica Boulevard that is merely middle class, a gradually sloping part north of there that is upper class, and then the actual hills north of Sunset Boulevard, which are fabulously wealthy.
Beverly Hills has several large, well-marked public parking garages in its downtown area, but they tend to fill up quickly.
* <eat name="The Grill on the Alley" alt="" address="9560 Dayton Way" directions="at Wilshire Blvd" phone="+1-310-276-0615" email="" fax="" url="http://www.thegrill.com/" hours="M-Th 11:30AM-10:30PM, Fr-Sa 11:30AM-11PM, Su 5PM-9PM" price="">Prominent, old school inspired steakhouse known for the Hollywood powerbrokers who power lunch in The Grill's sleek, leather banquettes, expense account credit card in hand. With a bar perfectly situated upon entering, there is a nice emphasis on cocktail culture to go along with the juicy steaks, fish and seafood and other classic dishes. The décor is decidedly masculine, with an east coast (think Manhattan) tenor permeating the usually noisy room. A phenomenal menu top to bottom.</eat>
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* <eat name="La Dolce Vita" alt="" address="9785 Santa Monica Blvd" directions="at Wilshire Blvd" phone="+1-310-278-1845" email="" fax="" url="http://www.ladolcevitabeverlyhills.com/" hours="M-Sa 5PM-2AM" price="">This celebrated Italian eatery in Beverly Hills dates back almost 50 years and is a throwback to the good, old days in Los Angeles when folks actually dressed up for a night on the town. The place was a hotbed for the who's who. The décor remains dark and sophisticated, highlighted by the classic brick walls, adorned with glossies of Hollywood legends. Step inside and one might close their eyes and feel the presence of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin holding court in one of the plush booths. And apparently, as research points out, every president since Kennedy has enjoyed a fine meal at La Dolce Vita. Nostalgia and presidential history aside, the food remains delightful; lasagna, veal, steak, capellini, risotto, linguini and so on – it's all here and it's quite superb.</eat>