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General Info
The Farm of Beverly Hills serves innovative American cuisine daily for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at 439 N Beverly Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills. Since opening our doors in 1997, our friendly staff has worked tirelessly to earn the reputation as one of the best restaurants and full service caterers in Beverly Hills. We look forward to providing you with a great experience!
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (310) 273-5989

Primary Phone: (310) 273-4629

Fax: (310) 273-4629

Payment method
amex, mastercard, visa
Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
Beverly Hills, West Los Angeles
AKA

The Farm of Beverly Hills (Beverly Hills)

Pauli Beverly Hills

Categories
Take Out Restaurants, American Restaurants, Hamburgers & Hot Dogs, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Caterers, Bars, French Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Garage, Street

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Groups: Yes

Good for Kids: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Burgers, Caterers, American, Family Style, French, Take Out, Hot Dogs, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, European, Continental

Alcohol: Full Bar

Good For Family: Yes

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Average

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JB SiliconValley

07/30/2010

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Overall
Memorable Breakfast

This is a great place to come when you have a little time for breakfast and want excellent pancakes/omelets/etc., especially as a family group. We've been here a few times -- usually three generations, ranging from 10 - 85 years old. We end up swapping around, since there's plenty of food and someone loves everything. I have to agree with other posters that the service is SLOW -- do everything before you would in a 'real' restaurant ... order juice and coffee when you first walk in, ask for your bill before you've finished your meal, and you'll be fine.

AM Man

11/30/2009

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Overall
Great Brunch Place

My parents, cousin, and grandparents took me here for brunch last month. It was awesome. Even the fruit cup was good -- I ate my mom's. The coffee was also good -- I didn't have any, but afterwards we went to the art show in the gardens and they all had to go to the portapotties because they drank too much. (I should have asked THEM before we left the restaurant, ""Are you SURE that YOU don't need to go to the bathroom?"") Great pancakes (mine), omelets (dad and mom), and FRENCH TOAST (grandpa's that I ate).

StanOnMars

07/30/2009

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Overall
Worst Service

After returning some waffles with carbonized black chunks embedded in them I was charged for half the dish. There was also sewage gas smells wafting over the patio. The waiter was not only unfriendly but kept forgetting to bring items we asked for. What a shame.

DrTall

08/04/2008

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Overall
Worst service anywhere

Went on a Sunday afternoon and the service was appalling. I had a reservation, but it still took 20 minutes to be seated. Then 20 minutes to get drinks. The food was only mediocre but the price was on the high side. As the final touch, the server took 10 minutes returning my credit card so I couldn't even leave. Ridiculous. The worst place in Beverly Hills.

dthstar

04/17/2008

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Overall
over-rated

the fish was bland and boring & i had to douse half a bottle of hot sauce to be able to eat it. the dessert was worse than cheesecake factory's desserts (if comparable/applicable) but the service was good & i liked their light & airy decor. it's over-priced & over-hyped by people for what it is.

bohoyuppiecouple

03/26/2008

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Overall
Great Upscale Breakfast Place with slighty long waits on Weekends / Good for Lunch and Dinner / Frie

The breakfast crepes and their own versions of breakfast favorites (the huevos rancheros in particular) are excellent. The veggie burger is the best in town, hands down. Everything is organic on all menus, so the prices are slightly higher, but it is in Beverly Hills so what else would one expect. For lunch try any of the salads (I love the goat cheese with a chicken breast added). The calamari frites and the pistachio crusted chicken fingers are good starters. The menu is diverse and everyone who works there is friendly and helpful. They serve wine and beer and the lemonade/tropical iced tea mix is a sweet and sour delight. For desert, try the brownie, but be prepared for a rich chocolate treat. The breakfast wait can be long on weekends and the lunch wait on weekdays, but otherwise you can walk right in. They also do take out. One of my favorite restaurants in Los Angeles, and one of the few I go to for every meal.

krystalm9

02/17/2008

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Overall
Best Breakfast in LA!!

My husband and I traveled to LA last weekend for the Grammys and at the Farm twice. The food was excellent! Very fresh food and good customer service. We highly recommend this restaurant!

kbab

07/02/2007

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Overall
Farm has delicious dinners

My girlfriend and I went to The Farm on Beverly this weekend and had a great time. I had the Farm steak, which was served with blue cheese and a delicious merlot wine sauce. The staff was friendly and it was not packed for a Saturday night. Try the ""smores"" dessert. You can make your own smores and they give you a little firepit to roast the marshmellow on! Really fun for a date.

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