A City Within a City


The most unique thing about Beverly Hills is that it is a city within a city, a small community with sculptured, landscaped streets, incredible shopping, hills covered with trees … and all set within the greater Los Angeles area.Finding just the right spot in the city is up to you, but no matter which neighborhood you settle upon, you will find a small, close-knit community that respects privacy and security. Sit in one of the trendy sidewalk cafes and you are likely to spot several people you know by name, or see someone in jeans and a T-shirt who ends up being an A-List celebrity. So, if you are a first-time visitor to Beverly Hills, after you have taken in the fashion on Rodeo Drive or the mansions up in the hills, get to know the city like a native. Check out all of the neighborhoods.


BEVERLY HILLS, CA - DECEMBER 01:  A general view of the atmosphere during IWC Schaffhausen Rodeo Drive Flagship Boutique Opening on December 1, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Chris Weeks/Getty Images for IWC Schaffhausen)The “Golden Triangle” is known as the mecca of Beverly Hills with its borders — Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica Boulevard and North Crescent Drive. It is here that you will find the luxurious shops and restaurants known around the world. Most famously, at the heart of the Golden Triangle, is Rodeo Drive. The most exclusive products and services in the world can be found at businesses along this world famous street.

With its sophisticated and exclusive atmosphere, the Golden Triangle draws many visitors each year from around the globe.

So it is no surprise that AllSaints — the premium London fashion house best known for its iconic leather jacket — chose an address on North Beverly Drive to locate its flagship store. Or that IWC added its second U.S. flagship store on Rodeo Drive. A flag- ship boutique on Rodeo Drive has been a longtime goal for IWC Schaffhausen since opening the first U.S. boutique in Beverly Hills in 2008.


Just south of the Golden Triangle is the neighborhood of South Beverly Drive. Because of the relaxed environment of the neighborhood, visitors, locals and employees often flock here to enjoy a casual meal at one of the several eateries in between shopping at a few of the many boutiques.

One special place is Roque Gallery, at 189 S. Beverly Drive. Tour the gallery to see museum quality antiquities, antique and fine jewelry, rare coins, bank notes and ephemera. Whether you are a collector, a scholar, a designer, or just an investor, Roque Gallery has something for you.

South Beverly Drive offers an array of shopping, dining and pampering experiences to satisfy most any craving. This neighborhood is your one-stop- shop for a unique day on the town in the middle of a bustling city.


For the residents who live in “The Flats” of Beverly Hills, South Robertson Boulevard means something entirely different than to those who relate Beverly Hills to the high-end name brands of Rodeo Drive or even the commercial flow of South Beverly Drive.

South Robertson is not only home to many residents, but also to many small, independently owned businesses. UDI Salon specializes in hair extensions, cuts and coloring. Dicker and Dicker of Beverly Hills features the highest quality fur fashions. The state of the art office of Dr. Silani of Beverly Hills Optometry, offers the community comprehensive eye care for the entire family.

With the largely residential area and slower paced environment, “The Flats” are the perfect place for businesses serving repeat customers.


La Cienega Blvd. is on the edge of Beverly Hills and is the roadway between Wilshire Blvd. and Burton Way known as “Restaurant Row.” It is home to some of the most chic restaurants in all of Southern California.

istock_000004748374The eclectic selection of restaurants that line Restaurant Row will leave you full and satisfied no matter what you’re craving. Whether you are in the mood for juicy prime rib from Lawry’s or

you want the exotic tastes of India at Spice Affair, look no further than Restaurant Row.

From afar, Beverly Hills might seem to be one large neighborhood. If you were to hover high above the city, you probably would not notice the diversity that makes it so unique. The intricate mosaic that includes villas on the hills, apartments in the flats, exquisite shops, and small personally operated businesses make this the world- renowned city it is. Put all of our neighborhoods together and you discover the real Beverly Hills.