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Nice to stroll around in this area for window-shopping as the shops here are all luxury brands.
It’s a typical shopping street with some nice cafes/ restaurants around. Visiting it once just to have an idea is enough for me.
I’m surprised this is listed as something to do in Beverly Hills. It’s basically a street with shops designed to look like the many beautiful quaint streets in Europe. Nice shops but it’s pretty cheesy. Rodeo Drive is more interesting and authentic.
While walking down Rodeo Drive we walked upon this beautiful street which has some very nice photo opportunities. While we didn't go shopping here we did enjoy the people watching and the pretty store fronts. I would only recommend coming here if already on Rodeo...More
If you haven’t seen a Prada- Gucci-, Ralf Lauren- or Giorgio Armani-boutique before this is the place to go. They are all here and all XXL.
Also good place to watch rare end extremely expensive automobiles.
And you won’t stumble across any homeless people.
Beverly Hills began as a modest village years ago and today you can still feel its small town origins, even though it has become a major tourist attraction and business center for the entertainment industry. This town lives up to its reputation as an area full of designer retail stores and residential streets lined with mansions and palm trees. Inside the commercial center of Beverly Hills, along Rodeo Drive, droves of
tourists peak into ultra-luxurious boutiques hoping to catch a glimpse of someone famous. Off of Rodeo Drive however is where some of the most affluent Angelenos occupying the streets of Beverly Hills come for leisurely meals, power lunches and beauty treatments.