You know what can really work up an appetite? Shopping. Major browsing and buying can be like a marathon. You need the equivalent of a carbo-load to keep you going. Now, Beverly Hills shoppers have just the place to indulge. Freds at Barneys New York, the see-and-be-seen dining institution with locations in New York and Chicago, has opened its first California location at Barneys’ Beverly Hills flagship. Fresh, local, seasonal ingredients take center stage on executive chef Mark Strausman’s menu, which includes Freds favorites like Mark’s Madison Salad, fresh pastas, and the addictive Belgian fries. The new restaurant—which has stylish details like uniforms by Band of Outsiders designer Scott Sternberg and custom artwork by contemporary artist Rob Pruitt—marks the Beverly Hills store’s 20th anniversary. A shopping spree, a power lunch…what better way to celebrate a landmark occasion? Head this way for more information. >>
Get Ready for Your New Power Lunch Spot
by Bill Clark
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