Taberna — Upscale Mexican Food in Beverly Hills

Taberna logoI’ve been advocating for years that an upscale, elegant Mexican restaurant would do well in Beverly Hills/West Los Angeles. (I don’t mean the El Cholo kind of eatery, as much as I like that down home Tex-Mex cooking, as evidenced by my recent rave HuffPost article on their venue.) I mean a sophisticated Mexico City-Paseo de la Reforma-style restaurant, one offering the sophisticated, complex dishes of the various provinces… food cooked beautifully by a masterful chef. Now my wish has been answered… in spades. Taberna Mexicana (369 N. Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills (310)858-7070) has opened in a location once home to a half-dozen other restaurants, from The Ginger Man to, recently, Luau… but this one is a keeper, and I suspect it will be here for a long, happy time.

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