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Beverly Hills Specialty

Establishment neighborhood
Spring Place
9800 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
You grew up enamored with Eloise’s life at the Plaza. Your dream interior design brief includes a washroom inspired by the Peninsula Hotel. Office lighting offends you. Sounds like you’re a candidate for Spring Place, a coworking space disguised as a 5-star hotel (including a concierge). Different working areas come with their own ambience: the executive boardrooms are all light wood and sepia-tinted glass, while the shared workspaces feature custom-designed communal desks. But the overall design shares a midcentury-meets-eclectic luxury energy that suits its upbeat, on-the-move clientele. Along with desks and meeting rooms, options for getting the job done at Spring Place include a conservatory, library, and outdoor terrace—a layout that sounds more like a mansion in Clue than a coworking space. Spring Place is members only—but if you’re looking for a nontraditional (and bicoastal!) office environment (all membership tiers include access to their NYC location) with five-star dining, like B12 shots, massages, and complimentary Pilates classes, then look no further.
Kreation Juicery
9465 Charleville Blvd., Beverly Hills
The people behind Kreation Café, a certified green eatery specializing in dishes made from local farmers market produce, have applied the same philosophy to their juice bar. Juices are made with 100% organic fruits and veggies purchased within the same zip code. The result is deliciously fresh juice for whatever you're craving or need (detox, energy, etc.). They also have "juicemobiles" for those who can't make it to one of their brick and mortar locations (Venice, Marina del Rey, Brentwood, Beverly Hills, and the Valley), and cold-pressed juices and cleanses you can order online.
Kreation Juicery Beverly Hills
9609 S. Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills
The people behind Kreation Café, a certified green eatery specializing in dishes made from local farmers market produce, have applied the same philosophy to their juice bar. Juices are made with 100% organic fruits and veggies purchased within the same zip code. The result is deliciously fresh juice for whatever you're craving or need (detox, energy, etc.). They also have "juicemobiles" for those who can't make it to one of their brick and mortar locations (Venice, Marina del Rey, Brentwood, Beverly Hills, and the Valley), and cold-pressed juices and cleanses you can order online.
Bouchon Bakery (Closed)
235 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills
If you’re in Beverly Hills and hoping to experience some of Thomas Keller’s magic but don’t have the time or the budget for a full meal at the Bouchon restaurant on N. Canon Dr., the bakery there isn’t a bad choice, as you can get all the baked goods for which he’s famous (it’s perfect for breakfast on the go). There are also outposts in New York (Columbus Circle and Rockefeller Plaza) and Vegas (The Venetian). Don’t leave without a big box of the famous macarons.
Clementine
9346 Civic Center Dr., Beverly Hills
Clementine is a go-to for light, fresh breakfasts, salads, and a solid heat-at-home selection—but their build-your-own grilled cheese is actually one of their best offerings. For the last 15 years, grilled cheese month (April), has been marked by a grilled cheese-specific menu centered on a specific theme, like “Curds Against Humanity” and “Melt the Vote.” Execution? Buttery, goo-ey, salty, and browned to perfection. The first outpost is located in Century City.