Polo Lounge

Row 1

Details
9641 Sunset Blvd (at Beverly Hills Hotel)
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 887-2777
Hotel Bar, Breakfast
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 7:00 AM–1:30 AM

If you are looking for a lounge-bar with the whole 'Old Hollywood' vibe, the Polo Lounge is your best bet. You can sit inside, our outside on the patio. Really great selection of drinks, including a full wine menu and signature cocktails. Prices are a bit high, but you get what you pay for!

Foursquare Tips

  • The Bev Hills gals decompressed here, post-dinner party from hell. No electronic cigarettes allowed.
  • I like restaurants with a great atmosphere. The Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel and Nobu are my favorite places to eat in LA and the house specialties are always the way to go. -TH
  • One of the entertainment industrys most legendary L.A. restaurants and Power Lunch spots. Legend has it that Marlene Dietrich and Mia Farrow were banned for wearing pants.
  • Great lobster salad. It's like a Chinese Chicken salad, but with lobster instead!
  • Lindsey Lohan just went by... Wow...She asked for nachos...Omg, its the Polo Lounge girlfriend!!!! Lol
  • It's venerable, ancient & it serves prickly pear margaritas (check out their exhaustive list of speciality cocktails for variations and alternatives).
  • Glamorous lounge
  • Food is surprisingly good for such a scene-y place that attracts more reality TV stars than Bravo. They do a mean afternoon tea if that's your jam - splurge and treat yo' self to the champagne version
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  • Best souffles
  • Try the Nutella stuffed French Toast! To die for! You won't regret it!
  • Fun place to have Lunch
  • We had actually been sitting there in the Polo Lounge -- for many hours -- drinking Singapore Slings with mescal on the side and beer chasers. And when the call came, I was ready.
  • Dope venue. Awesome wine selection. Souffl to die for.
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  • Try the Seared Tuna Blt - Awesome. Light and crispy bread and bacon. Lots of tuna
  • A brunch or lunch meeting on the patio or indoors is a great way to conduct business here as the Polo Lounge is the spot to see many of the power players in Beverly Hills.
  • Horses are surprisingly not allowed...
  • Really good ginger ale & ginger beer if you are doing the non-alcoholic thing
  • If youre having a drink, sit in the front of the polo lounge. Enjoy a glass of wine while listening to the piano and expect to see anyone from The Olsens to George Hamilton.