King & I Siamese Café 272 S la Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 Small, intimate and tranquil, King & I is an ideal place to go for a relaxing meal in Beverly Hills. Tucked away in…More a shopping strip on South La Cienega Boulevard, the restaurant offers traditional Thai cuisine, with customer favorites including the papaya salad and pad Thai. The establishment is run by a brother and sister who strive to meet and exceed all customer expectations.
This is the Beverly Hills office for Solipsist Films, a film production company. Films associated with Solipsist are…More "Outside Sales" (2006), "State's Evidence" (2006) and the upcoming "Riding the Pine" (2011) starring actors Jaime King and Justin Chatwin. It also has produced "The Inventors" (2012), "The Three Godfathers" (2013) and "Dead West" (2013), a horror film written by Rick Spears.</p>
Turnbull & Asser 9633 Brighton Way, Beverly Hills, CA90210 The folks at the legendary Turnbull & Asser sure know what to do with wool. Bespoke shirts and made-to-measure suits…More are also major areas of expertise at this clothier, where elegance truly reigns supreme. This fashion house, which mainly focuses on menswear, offers a prime example of English-style tailoring. All of the apparel is manufactured in England and Scotland, aside from a selection of Italian-made leather goods, and the clothing items are literally fit for a king. As the company's website boasts, "Since 1885, Turnbull & Asser has served successive Princes of Wales, Sir Winston Churchill and Countless other leaders and celebrities—even fictional characters such as James Bond."
Beverly Hills Law Building 424 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90212 This building is called the Beverly Hills Law Building because its tenants are all members of the California Bar…More Association. It houses offices with full service legal practices. Some of the lawyers who have their offices here are Frank G. King, Burton C. Jacobson and Daniel Dintzer. They practice in a variety of areas, such as financial, criminal and entertainment law. Jacobson is one of the most popular divorce attorneys in town because of some of his high profile celebrity clients.
Jill Greenberg Studio 8570 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 At her studio here in Beverly Hills, Jill Greenberg has shot many subjects and celebrities for commercial, editorial,…More personal and artistic projects. Her background in drawing, painting and sculpture bring her distinctive points of view to her photographs, using lighting and postproduction techniques. Her clients include Target, Microsoft, Epson, Paramount Pictures, Miller Beer, Burger King, Seagrams, L'Oreal, Time, Newsweek and many more. Many of her photos have been featured on magazine covers as well as art exhibitions and events.
Thompson Beverly Hills 9360 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90212 For a mix of East Coast and West Coast in the heart of Los Angeles, stay at the Thompson Beverly Hills. The hotel offers…More a contemporary spin on 1970s New York style, with black-leather accessories and a youthful vibe. Guests enjoy the great location close to Rodeo Drive, as well as the relaxing two-level rooftop area with a heated outdoor pool and a cocktail bar that offers views of the whole city. The hotel has 107 rooms, including a number of suites, and boasts amenities including a gym, spa, beauty treatments on request, free wireless internet access, valet parking and laundry services. Even the suites are stocked with perks, such as king-size beds, flatscreen TVs, iPod docks and bathrobes. To find out more about the hotel or book a reservation, visit the Thompson Beverly Hills Web site.
Darioush Restaurant is located on La Cienega Boulevard's famed Restaurant Row. Chef and owner Darioush Danesh comes…More from Iran via London, where he worked at the upscale <a href="http://www.belvedererestaurant.co.uk/">Belvedere</a> restaurant, after which he came to Los Angeles on holiday and decided that this was where he wanted to be. Two years later, Darioush Restaurant was born.</p>
<p>The cuisine is French-inspired while paying homage to Danesh's Persian roots, with typical dishes including king salmon that is cooked in parchment and seasoned with saffron-lime butter. The menu is inspired by produce from the farmers market, grass-fed meats and organic free-range game, while the wine list includes many selections from California and France. The dining room is intimate with dark wood tones, oil paintings and soft lighting, and there is a small outdoor patio for dining al fresco.</p>