New Swanky Steakhouse Comes to Rodeo Drive 

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A steakhouse to be admired. The Hideaway is the new swanky Mexican restaurant making its way to Beverly Hills — and it’s set to arrive sooner than you think. 

The public is expected to see the new facility on August 1st, according to the brainchild of a celebrity party producer Jeffrey BestBest Events as well as co-owners and nightlight veterans JT TorregianiAnd Sylvain Bottion of Warwick, is a delicious nod to 1970s Baja California — leaning heavily into Best’s nostalgia for his childhood trips to Mexico. 

The Hideaway investors
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“Beginning in the 1970s, I’ve gone down to Puerto Nuevo, a small beach town in Rosarito, Mexico, with friends and family,” Best told Eater Los AngelesJuly. “The restaurants there serve the freshest seafood, caught that day in the ocean nearby, along with handmade tortillas, and flame-grilled beef, chicken, and veggies.”

The Hideaway, located at 421 N. Rodeo Drive is backed by many A-list investors. Ryan Phillippe Whose new movie? CollidePremieres in early August ATLActor Evan Ross These are just a few celebrities, but there are many more in the bar and kitchen. 

Chefs Alex MorenoFormerly of Habana, Irvine Viet Pham (formerly of Studio City’s Firefly) are the designers behind the food menu, with the duo’s interpretation of a Mexican steakhouse translating into options like Hernando’s chic chop salad, pescado zarandeado (grilled branzino with salsa verde, salsa roja and charred lemon) and a tomahawk steak served with roasted cipollini onions and chimichurri sauce. 

Bartending aficionado Julian Cox, for his part, is the mixologist creating The Hideaway’s signature craft cocktails, including the mezcal-based Juquila and the Tammy Margarita – a blanco and reposado mix with agave syrup and a lime half. 

Best – who was also the wedding planner of pop sensation Britney Spears —  and business partner Ken Jones are the minds behind the restaurant’s impeccable design, paying homage to old-school Baja restaurants with faded stucco and Terracotta accents. There is also a custom-made Talavera patio for 100 seats, featuring cream wrong-iron table and an impressive fireplace. 

However, the interior is all about Hollywood glamour. Open archways and leather booths make intimate dining spaces possible. Tableside buttons that read “Push for Tequila” will also be available, delivering the diner’s choice tequila at a moment’s notice. 

The Hideaway’s kitchen will be open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight. The bar will open from 11 a.m. till midnight on Sunday and Tuesday, and 11 am to 2 a.m. on Wednesday through Saturday.

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