Classic Steakhouse The Palm Relocates to Beverly Hills

A few months after closing in West Hollywood, Palm reopens on Canon Drive

Although the location has changed, Palm’s menu of classic steakhouse staples has remained the same.

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.