2. Beverly Hills

The 90210 is about as you’d expect — upscale, fashion-forward, and not cheap. That being said, it’s still worth a visit for anyone coming to LA. Plus, it’s a neighborhood that attracts some high profile and insanely talented chefs.

EATVivianne: Feeling a little fancy? Look no further. This restaurant is located within the Avalon Hotel but is open to any visitor. Reservations are recommended because it can fill up, especially if you’re looking for a poolside table. It’s a great spot for brunch.

DRINKAbove SIXTY: This bar will make your rooftop cocktail dreams come true. They serve just about anything you could want, from cocktails to beer to frozen drinks, plus more. You can also feast on some bar bites while you enjoy the view of the city.