Classic Steakhouse The Palm Relocates To Beverly Hills

Last November, the legendary landmark Palm steakhouse in West Hollywood closed its doors and has now relocated to a new, sleek space on Canon Drive in Beverly Hills.

Housed in a former Persian rug store, the new location has vintage wood ceilings, murals of Hollywood replacing the old signature celebrity caricatures of the old space, comfortable black leather booths surrounding a middle section of tables for four, and over 6,000 square feet of space. There are also two private dining rooms, a large bar, and a cozy outdoor patio.

The menu remains the same with 35-day aged beef and huge Nova Scotia lobsters. Seared ahi tuna, crab cakes, bacon-wrapped scallops, veal Parmigiana, Chilean sea bass, goat cheese whipped potatoes, and green beans with pancetta are also menu highlights.

Desserts are huge and worth ordering, especially the big seven-layer chocolate cake, iced carrot cake, Key lime pie, and bag of warm doughnuts.