Photo by Graham John Bell
Beachwood Cafe, which first opened its doors on March 1, 2012, serves modern American cuisine laced with Asian, Scandinavian, and Mediterranean influences, all made with the highest quality, in-season ingredients. The cafe serves fresh farm-to-table fare in the historic Beachwood Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles (internationally recognizable for the iconic Hollywood sign). Click here for a bit of background about our historic neighborhood.
Our creations strive to honor and frame the fresh ingredients we utilizes for clean, layered, and often surprising flavors. Everything is made from scratch on the premises including handmade bread ‘n’ butter pickles, fennel ketchup, jams, hot sauces and, of course, baked goods. Vegan and vegetarian options are available.
Espresso drinks, specialty teas and fresh juices are also served, as well as wine and craft beers, including local libations, such as Stephen Ross Pinot Noir from the Central Coast and beers from Golden Road Brewing and Eagle Rock Brewery. For additional menu details, see our menu section.
The whimsical redesign of the restaurant (formerly the Village Coffee Shop), by Architect Barbara Bestor, earned the cafe a 2012 AIA Restaurant Design Award.
Thank You & Enjoy!