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Restaurants, Coffee shops Beverly Hills/Bel-Air
4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)

Time Out says

Enter this 7,500-square-foot space and you'll feel like you're walking through a shiny new hotel lobby. The Nespresso coffee "boutique," as they like to call it in 90210, is the largest US flagship in the US. With several seating areas and even a hostess stand, the space is perfect for all occasions—whether you're going solo, on a date or with a large group. Sit at the high-top tables and order hot or cold espresso drinks, venture to the bar area for a tasting of 21 "Grand Cru" coffees, or cozy up on a couch for one of nine "Iconic Creations". On warmer days, the 16-seat alfresco patio is the place to be. While coffee—espresso, specifically—is king here, the fancy-pants shop features a full menu (think: breakfast items, salads, soups, sandwiches and desserts) plus wine and other beverages. On almost every visit you will find someone sipping a large glass of a creamy, chocolaty coffee drink topped with whipped cream and chocolate shavings—this is the must-order Espresso Milkshake. The best part? The back wall showcases colorful stacks of Nespresso coffee pods and machines so that you could take the java home. And if you need to brush up on your coffee-making skills, sign up for the shop's coffee mixology classes.



Address: 320 N Beverly Dr
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Mon-Thu, Sun 9am-7pm; Fri, Sat 9am-8pm
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4 out of 5 stars

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I love this nespresso boutique bar! The location is perfect for people watching and I'm a huge fan of their coffee. It's so rich and delicious! I suggest trying the avocado toast and also the burrata salad. Yum!


I'm a little torn on this place, because their coffee is fantastic—and their affogatto is out of this world—but the space feels a bit cold and sterile to me. Maybe it's all the merch that's sold behind the counter. That being said, I love hanging out at the bar, slurping up espresso covered ice cream while doing a fair share of people watching. Next time I'll try some more food. Any recommendations?