Maude is a modern 24-seater restaurant, located in the heart of sunny Beverly Hills. It has accomplished 5 successful and memorable years, with 51 diverse menus and 530 unique dishes. With the ever-changing world of the restaurant business, especially in fast-paced Los Angeles, this is a great achievement and makes it one of the must-visit restaurants in California.
Why Eat at Maude?
All foodies and wine lovers should plan to visit Maude, for an intimate dining experience because:
- The 9-course seasonal dinner is specially designed to be complemented by a wine from the menu wine region focus. The current menu is inspired by the wine of Western Australia. The menus for the rest of 2019 are yet to be announced – April to June, July – September, and October – December.
- Not only is the unique menu a reason to fill your stomach at Maude but also you can guarantee top quality produced dishes by Chef Curtis Stone. In 2016, he won an Eater Award for Chef of the Year.
- A night at Maude is a food and wine event, lasting 2.5 hours. You’ll be served with a modern and stylish decor based on Chef Stone’s own L.A. home.
Still not sure? Take a look at their Instagram, for a mouth-watering look at what you can expect.
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How to Make a Booking?
Maude is a reservation only restaurant, walk-ins are not allowed. You can book a table online. Bookings for the month, open on the 1st of every month. Tables are limited, to maintain an excellent experience for all, for parties of 2 and 4 people.
If you have young children, then I’m afraid you’ll need to wait a few years to experience Maude as a family, as children under the age of 10 are unable to visit.
Saturdays are their most popular day and tables often sell out. So, please, book ahead to avoid disappointment.
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Hotels near to Maude Restaurant, Beverly Hills
To be close to this premier restaurant and in the center of the celebrity scene known as Beverly Hills, consider staying at one of the hotels, listed below. They include luxury, middle of the market and budget accommodation.
Extravagance: Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills ($842/night)
For a real stylish treat, stay at the famous Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills hotel. Your ultra-sophisticated room includes state of the art technology, gorgeous floor to ceiling windows and a private terrace with epic views. The hotel has 3 restaurants including the Rooftop bar which is frequented by the local stars. For guests wanting an utterly relaxing vacation visit the spa, pool and health club.
Located: 0.8 miles from Maude Restaurant
Treat: Hotel Beverly Terrace ($250/night)
Hotel Beverley Terrace offers a mid-century décor and charm, with a modern European twist. Along with a comfortable bed and lavish room amenities, the hotel offers free continental breakfast, a charming garden courtyard, and a rooftop terrace.
Located: 1.6 miles from Maude Restaurant
Affordable: Cinema Suites Bed & Breakfast ($110/night)
For a glitzy and glamorous stay in Los Angeles, consider the Cinema Suites. It’s a popular bed and breakfast, with themed rooms and operated by a music journalist from the Hollywood Reporter. What is so great about Cinema Suites is its homely vibe.
Located: 2.3 miles from Maude Restaurant
Which will you choose? Have a great time.