For those of you seeking an upscale, elegant shopping experience, look no further. Jimmy Choo, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Versace, and Prada are just some of over 160 stores found at this indoor mall. If you are seeking a specialty boutique or specific item, you will probably find what you’re looking for here; however, if your budget does not allow for big spending, you’ll also find the usual stores like Banana Republic, Guess, and Macy’s.
Even better, for more deals, walk just across the street at the Beverly Connection, where you’ll find discount shopping options at Nordstrom Rack, TJ Maxx, and the newly opened Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th.
The 8-story structure that makes up The Beverly Center falls between Beverly Hills and West Hollywood and the mall begins on the 5th floor.
Food choices include PF Chang’s, California Pizza Kitchen, and Chipotle. If you want a healthy, vegan option, I suggest walking or driving down the street to Real Food Daily (see the Real Food Daily article).
Note: The Beverly Center is currently undergoing a $500-million renovation that will include skylights, panoramic views of the city, and an 8th floor food court. In the meantime, stores remain open and you can enjoy temporary art installations that are being featured.