Hollywood’s Newest Hot Spot The Hideaway Is Now Serving Lunch

The Hideaway

Hidden behind luxury designer storefronts along Beverly Hills’ most famed street is a new Mexican steakhouse. This restaurant is making a big splash in L.A.’s restaurant scene. The Hideaway is the latest celebrity-friendly spot. Jeffrey Best And Ken Jones of Best Events, as well as nightlife titans JT Torregiani Sylvain Bitton And David Jarrett of Warwick.

A team of A-list investors has backed the project, including Ryan Phillipe And Evan RossThis chic dining spot is a must-visit. No longer just for dinner or drinks — The Hideaway is now open for lunch starting at 11 a.m!

The Hideaway

Sylvain bitton, Evan Ross and Ryan Phillippe, JT Turregiani.
The Hideaway

This hidden oasis is located on Rodeo Drive and has attracted some of the most famous stars in Hollywood. Ashley Benson to Paula Abdul. The “Straight Up” singer even sang The Hideaway’s praises on Instagram: “The food was absolutely unbelievable, the staff was amazing and went above and beyond, and the ambiance was spectacular.”

As soon as you step into The Hideaway, you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported back in time. Best and Jones designed the spaceTo evoke old-school Baja vibes with old Hollywood glamour (fun fact: Best was recently Britney Spears’s wedding planner!). The exterior features a spectacular open-air patio adorned with rustic tile and wrought-iron tables. There is also a grand fireplace. Meanwhile, you’ll find cozy leather booths and vintage movie posters inside. There are plenty of photo opportunities throughout.

The menu is inspired by 1970s Baja California and features a variety of surf and turf dishes. It includes pescado Zarandeado (grilled branzino), salsa verde, salsa red and charred lemon, as well as a tomahawk beef served with chimichurri sauce and roasted cipollini onion. Chefs Alex Moreno And Viet Pham have infused nostalgic nods to Best’s childhood trips to Mexico, a fresh take on classic cuisine.

The drinks are equally delicious! Enjoy a selection curated by Julian CoxThe Tommy Margarita and mezcal-based Juquila are two examples. Tableside buttons that read “Push for Tequila” set the tone for a spontaneous adventure.

Whether you’re coming for date night, girls’ night out or boozy brunch, The Hideaway is always a good idea. You never know, you might even be able to spot a celebrity while celebrating.

The Hideaway is located at 421 N. Rodeo Drive. It is located on the subterranean floor of the Rodeo Collection. To make a reservation, check out thehideawaybeverlyhills.com.