Beverly Hills Hidden Gems with Christophe Choo
When buying a home, you’re buying a lifestyle: where to shop, where to eat, where to buy furniture, and where just to have fun.
When buying a home, it’s not just about what’s inside that’s important, it’s also about what the surrounding neighborhood has to offer. It’s where you’ll dine, where you’ll shop, where you’ll meet friends and where you’ll send your kids to school.
In this segment of LXTV Open House below, Coldwell Banker agent Christophe Choo, shows us the hidden gems of his neighborhood in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.
He starts at Crustacean, a restaurant serving Euro-Asian cuisine in a dining room inspired by French colonial Vietnam. Boasting a long list of celebrity diners, this eatery has been a Beverly Hills culinary institution for over 20 years.
Next, Christophe highlights the plethora of furniture shops to peruse–whether you’re looking for antiques, mid-century pieces or fabrics, he recommends Melrose Place and the Avenue of Arts & Design.
Lastly, we visit the Patio del Moro, a West Hollywood historic landmark that showcases Los Angeles charm at its finest. We can’t forget the Hollywood history– with famous former residents like Charlie Chaplin and Humphrey Bogart, this abode is a true star.
In the words of Christophe Choo, “when buying a home, you’re buying a lifestyle: where to shop, where to eat, where to buy furniture, where just to have fun.”