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Be it on one of The Farm's breezy outdoor patios or inside its down-home Americana-themed dining rooms, patrons today come to savor the nostalgic flavors of traditional American cuisine, just as they have since 1997. With black-and-white portraits of Wisconsin farmers adorning the walls of all three locations, fresh, seasonal ingredients are the heart and soul of The Farm of Beverly Hills' menus. Organic and locally sourced products comprise dishes whenever possible, as evident in the dill-pickle fried chicken made with a free-range and organic bird, the hearty meatloaf sandwich of certified-humane Angus beef, or original tableside magic tricks performed by Miss Piggy.
439 N Beverly Dr
Beverly Hills,
CA
US
Like soup without a bowl, a peaceful night's sleep is nothing without a soft bed in which to sleep. Today's side deal provides the bed and four well-decorated walls to enclose it with a Queen Superior Room at the Crescent Hotel Beverly Hills for $125 (an up to $305 value). Purchase one Groupon for one night or several for several nights. There is no buy limit, but reservations are subject to availability.
403 N Crescent Dr
Beverly Hills,
CA
US
Yelpers give Il Tramezzino's Beverly Hills location and Studio City location an average of four stars:
460 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills,
CA
US
Venezuelan cuisine combines influences from European, African, and Native American culinary traditions into one cohesively tongue-punching package. After absorbing the content of the menu through your hands, begin sampling the tradition-steeped fare with a pasapalos starter like the marachuchitos (cheese wrapped in sweet fried plantains, $7) before an order of traditional Venezuelan arepas, such as the reina pepiada (a traditional chicken salad with avocado; $8). Heartier entrees, like the vegan delight panini (sautéed cucumbers, olives, red peppers, onions, mushrooms, and spinach; $10), flat-iron steak ($21), and prosciutto pizza ($14) help make the menu more round and complete than a circle drawn with a crooked compass.
419 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills,
CA
US
Because Harajuku's crêpe batter uses sticky-rice powder (mochi), the crêpes are chewy and springy, perfect for noshing on the go or replacing old mattress springs. First, choose a batter (original, buckwheat, Earl Grey, green tea), then approach fresh toppings, including bananas, strawberries, chocolate ice cream, homemade whipped cream ($1 for the first topping, additional toppings $0.50 each), and azuki beans ($1 each). Skew savory with a ham and cheese crêpeurrito ($5.50), or keep it animal-less with a spinach-salad enrapture ($6). Harajuku imports authentic Japanese teas and serves steaming mugwallops of Intelligentsia coffee ($2.50 for a regular).
9405 Santa Monica Blvd
Beverly Hills,
CA
US
Pickelz packs patrons' bellies with a menu showcasing hormone-free chicken, fresh veggies, and organic tea. Pairs or quartets of dinner companions can wrap sandwich traps around mouthfuls of flank steak, fresh salmon, tofu, or avocado stuffed between slices of fresh baked bread or smuggled into a lavash flatbread wrap. Foot-long hot dogs crafted from 100% beef provide a delicious excuse for forgoing the fork, as well as an accurate means of measuring the shop's square footage; a quinoa and barley salad keeps torsos lean and green by tossing the hearty grains with mixed greens, green apples, dried cherries, and house-made vinaigrette.
153 S Beverly Dr
Beverly Hills,
CA
US

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