The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel
The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel

Up your odds of spotting celebrities at these restaurants in Beverly Hills

ANI | Updated: Jul 28, 2019 14:49 IST

Beverly Hills [USA], July 28 (ANI): Who does not desire to catch a glimpse of their favourite celebrities? The joy even doubles when you dine a table or two away from them. It may sound unrealistic but it is possible!
With Beverly Hills home to many A-lister Hollywood stars and filled with luxurious outlets in plush shopping streets, it becomes quite an easy bet to spot your favourite celebrities here.
The Palm
The top dining destination that opened its doors in 2014 is quite popular among celebrities, executives and steak lovers alike. Some of the stars spotted at the restaurant on North Canon Drive include Channing Tatum, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ron Howard and Scarlett Johansson. Not only this, following the 2015 Oscars, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka shared a table while recapping the night at the restaurant. The decor of the restaurant features a colourful mural of popular Los Angeles attractions on one side of the dining room, while caricatures of celebrities like Audrey Hepburn and Steven Tyler can be seen on other walls throughout the restaurant.

The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel
Situated inside plush Beverly Hills Hotel, the restaurant resonates well with both old and new Hollywood stars. The restaurant's name is inspired by the celebrities like Will Rogers who would come to the hotel to sip a cocktail after polo matches. Later, the place became one of the Rat Pack's go-to drinking dens and started attracting stars like Elizabeth Taylor. Steve Martin and Lorne Michaels have been spied relaxing on the outside patio, while the Osbournes, Heidi Klum and Chris Rock are some other famous visitors to add to the list of The Polo Lounge's regulars. Part of the thrill of dining here is not knowing whom you'll see dining at the table beside you.

Spago Beverly Hills
Spago Beverly Hills is a must place for diners hoping to spot a celebrity while savouring a meal prepared by one of the biggest culinary talents in the world. It is frequented by many stars seeking a taste of the celebrity chef's delectable California cuisine. From actors to politicians, the restaurant has hosted celebrities ranging from Justin Bieber to Bill Clinton. The place also comes alive with after-parties and celebrations during awards season, which in recent years included Elton John's famous post-Oscar party. Besides, celebrities including Bradley Cooper, Robert Duvall and Dreamworks' head, Jeffrey Katzenberg were also spotted here.

Mastro's Steakhouse
With droves of Hollywood stars have made this restaurant a favourite spot for themselves including Brad Pitt, Jessica Simpson and rapper T.I., don't be surprised to find paparazzi positioned outside to click them as they head inside the restaurant. The restaurant's iconic aqua blue sign can be spotted in the background of countless celebrity interviews that air on television nearly every night. A top pick among critics who rate it as "Top 10 Steakhouses in the U.S." and "The Preferred Steakhouse of Celebs and Locals," Mastro's Steakhouse is favourite among steak and seafood lovers alike. Mastro's Steakhouse's Penthouse, chic rooftop bar and lounge, has celebrities and locals coming to place for hand crafted cocktails and a late night bite.
The Grill on the Alley
Home of the entertainment industry's 'power lunch', The Grill on the Alley is one of the most popular restaurants in Beverly Hills. Diners who visit the restaurant regularly see stars, power-brokers, producers and agents all in one lunch sitting. Also, the restaurant is a favourite of TV personality and Beverly Hills resident, Larry King, who dines at the restaurant weekly. Other prominent celebrities include David Geffen who requests the second booth from the left every time he visits and President of Sony Pictures Television, Steve Mosko, who meets regularly with former Seinfeld producers Howard West and George Shapiro. "We will only have lunch in the same booth and sit in the same seats and order the same thing," he says. "It's been that way for 15 years." (ANI)