Christina and Julianne’s Brunch at Cuvee in Beverly Hills


Christina and I had a beautiful brunch at Cuvee in Beverly Hills, and I wanted to share that experience with you! If this place looks familiar, it may be because it has been featured on Dancing with the Stars, Keeping Up With the Kardashians and The Hills.

145 S. Robertson Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90048


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CuveeBrunch (22 of 27)One thing I really appreciate about Cuvee is that right when you walk in, not only are you greeted by a lovely hostess, but there is a decent selection of retail bottles of rosé wine to take home! They also had my personal favorite rosé, Whispering Angel, which I made sure to purchase a bottle of before leaving.

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The inside has an adorable shabby chic vibe, but it was such a beautiful day, we decided to sit on the patio.

CuveeBrunch (23 of 27)They also have a full deli counter with goodies to take home as well.

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In classic “ladies who brunch” style, we started with a round of mimosas.

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We decided to split the Breakfast Chicken Tamale. Which came with two ample sized chicken tamales and two sunny side up eggs, the Ancho sauce was perfect because it had a light kick that didn’t overwhelm the dish. And of course, I love adding an extra egg yolk to make it even more decadent, so the eggs were a great pairing for me.

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Then we decided to split something sweeter. The Blueberry and Lemon Curd French Toast is considered one of the favorites here and I can taste why! It’s buttery, tart and sweet. So amazing. And the crispiness from the fried edges with the sweetness makes it even more tantalizing. So good.

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In addition to these items they have a full menu featuring more traditional Brunch item but these are our top choices. This is a perfect place for a #sundayfunday Girl’s Brunch! Can’t wait to come back!

Cuvée Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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