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The Crescent Hotel

403 North Crescent Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Call: 310-247-0505


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Dining is one of Beverly Hills' favorite activities. The Crescent Hotel Executive Chef Erik Ritter creates tantalizing recipes, flavorful sauces with international influences and affordable prices.





Beverly Hills, California - The Crescent Hotel
Crescent Beverly Hills Boa Restaurant
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Boé restaurant includes American infused cuisine, cocktails and boutique wines. Pictured above are some food options prepared by Executive Chef Erik Ritter (top right photo). Ritter's versatility spans nearly every culture. The Spanish-Irish American is an Asian-trained chef inspired by Persian, Korean, Indian, Vietnamese and Mexican spices and preparations. Freshness and quality are key to his unique and tasty dishes. See more information below.




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Clearly a boutique hotel catering to a mature audience, The Crescent is the perfect, affordable getaway forr  bonding experiences such as a shopping trip for a mother and daughter, UCLA ball game for a father and son, ladies weekend out, romantic couples' time alone or place to unwind all by yourself, indulging in decadent dining, shopping and salon treatments. The anchor for outings to Santa Monica beaches and West Hollywood's live comedy and music clubs, what a great place to come "home" to after a hard day or night of play!


Among the many attractions you can walk to, an incredible trolley ride operated by the City of Beverly Hills takes visitors on a 40 - 45 minute trip around the city, passing by celebrity homes, tree-lined streets, parks and world famous shopping & dining.  A live narrative is offered by one of the best dressed trolley guides you'll ever find. This  affordable, fun ride is a great way to see some of the highlights and still have time experience them first-hand. Drop by the City Hall lobby for brochures, schedules and price information or plan ahead.


Planning your trip:

The Crescent Hotel accepts reservations by phone or on their website. The onsite Boé restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus room service. Location: 403 North Crescent Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Call: 310-247-0505.


Where to eat - Boé restaurant offers a fantastic (and affordable) on-site option for meals. Boé, which is an acronym for "Bacchus, Orpheus, Epicurius" serves eclectic New American Cuisine. A to-die-for breakfast dish called "french toast bites" playfully delights the palette with sweet and salty flavors. Crisp, thick bacon sandwiched into bite-size servings of french toast that are topped with morsels of diced, cooked apple bits, are the centerpiece of a dish that includes a side serving of infused maple syrup and a poached egg. It's the perfect meal to begin your day of activities in Beverly Hills. Lunch menus (subject to change) include Caramelized Apple Bleu Cheese Salad or Seared Halibut with Golden Beets and Grapefruit. For lunch or dinner, lighter faire includes Mini curry burgers served with delicious tamarind chutney. For dinner, guests drool over Dueling Steaks-Flatiron vs. Heirloom Tomato that includes sautéed mustard greens, haricot vert and balsamic-caramel demi. Other delicious dinner entrees may include Red Chile Enchilada Stack with 3 Cheeses or Seared Sea Scallops with Japanese Pear and Pomegranate-Chambord Reduction.


Cocktails are a definite draw and keep the skilled bartending staff on the go, constantly stirring, shaking and blending some of the most delicious-tasting drinks on the West Coast.  When you're in the mood, try a Sex Kitten that includes Ciroc Vodka, sweetened limejuice, cranberry juice and raspberry puree. Other house favorites include Berry Jitos, Mount Thy Mango, Zen and Eat a Peach. If you like coffee like we do, try the berri buzzy martini. The heavenly drink includes stoli razberi, dr mcgillicuddy's vanilla schnapps and espresso. 


Nearby restaurants range from affordable, casual Nate 'N Al's delicatessen, Beverly Hills Diner, The Cheesecake Factory, Il Pastaio and El Torito to pricier Aqua Restaurant and Lounge, Spago, Chaya Brasserie Beverly Hills and many more!


Getting there - Close to Los Angeles International Airport and Burbank Airport, The Crescent Hotel is located just south of Santa Monica Boulevard and north of Wilshire Boulevard several miles east of San Diego Freeway (405), and north of Santa Monica Freeway (10).


What to wear - While attire is California casual, be sure to take an attractive blouse, fashionable sweater or jacket and a decent pair of shoes. At Cheesecake Factory you need not dress up but in several of the finer restaurants, you'll be glad to you have something more chic or dressy. For general weather conditions, locals dress in layers, seldom needing more than a jacket any time of year. Since there are so many opportunities to walk, bring comfortable shoes. While light showers can occur most commonly in November through March, the average annual rainfall is less than 15 inches.


What to see - Nearby attractions include Rodeo Drive shopping, The Grove, Los Angeles Museum of Art, The Getty, Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Santa Monica beaches, UCLA campus and dozens of theme parks, zoos, museums and entertainment.




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