A mysterious Mexican steakhouse will open on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills


More news from the busy Beverly Hills to know today, as the upscale zip code is set to get a brand new restaurant project known simply as Hideaway. And while many of the details behind the project remain shrouded in a bit of mystery, some key information has started to leak out.

First, the Hideaway will take up residence in one of the Autonomous City’s most glamorous blocks, steps from the iconic yellow Bijan store and directly across from Vera Wang. The restaurant is part of the set Rodeo Collectiona two-story retail and restaurant development that also includes a cafe Nahid The Patisserie, and should open this summer. As for space, expect luxury details and a large, lush patio in addition to a lively bar and plenty of booths and alcoves to hide away. Rodeo Collection’s own website says the garden level restaurant will offer “vintage decor and romantic vibes” plus — get this — a table service button that actually reads Push for Tequila.

On that front, the Hideaway will be an upscale Mexican steakhouse, a kind of surf and turf option for the city, with seating for lunch and dinner every day. Plus, famed bartender Julian Cox (who recently took over tthe full beverage program at MGM in Las Vegas) would be responsible for overseeing the opening cocktail program ahead of a planned mid-summer arrival at 421 N. Rodeo Drive, the site of the former De Mori Italian Restaurant.

More to come on the Hideaway as it surfaces. Meanwhile, Beverly Hills, as a standalone foodie scene, continues to experience massive growth on every level, from new tommy in the former Bouchon space at Maude Restaurant, recently reopened with a tasting menu, to incoming names like Jon & Vinny’s and Full Proof Pizza. Even timeless Nate ‘n Al’s is preparing a big return to the dining room soon, while vintage spot La Dolce Vita wants to take the city back to the days of Frank Sinatra.

421 N. Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210


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