Lazy Daisy Beverly Hills is a staple amongst the community offering a variety of delicious foods and beverages. It is a great place to stop by for breakfast or on your lunch break. We had a chance to chat with Jane over at Lazy Daisy to ask some questions:
What made you decide to open Lazy Daisy?
The Lazy Daisy story began back in 2007 when my mom, Daisy, moved across the country from New Jersey for a fresh start. It was always a dream of hers to start a coffee shop and she found the perfect spot along Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills. For the first several months, Daisy had her hands full running the cafe learning how to run a food service business. Then I joined her in December 2008 after I graduated from college. Working together since then, the café has grown into a busy full-scale restaurant with delivery and catering.
Over the years, Lazy Daisy has proudly become part of the Beverly Hills community and serves as a local favorite for breakfast and lunch. From 2016 to 2018, a collaboration with the City of Beverly Hills resulted in the opening of a satellite location in La Cienega Park. This location diligently provided healthy food and drink options to the Beverly Hills youth sports leagues and various community events. In 2019, Lazy Daisy made a big move to a brand new space on Robertson Boulevard. This transition has tripled its facility size and will accommodate more staff and guests.
Lazy Daisy is involved in the community a lot, can you tell us about that?
Lazy Daisy is proud to be a gold sponsor of Horace Mann Elementary School, making a yearly contribution to support their PTA and teacher luncheons.
We were also honored to participate in the Meal to Heal program during the pandemic, which helped provide meals to healthcare heroes working in Cedars Sinai and USC County Hospitals.
Lazy Daisy also had a location at La Cienega Park for several years. During that time, we worked diligently to provide healthy food and drink options to families and athletes of the Beverly Hills Little League and AYSO Soccer League.
What type of food do you sell?
We offer healthy and generously portioned homestyle dishes ranging from American, Mexican, and Asian cuisines.
What are your most popular items on the menu?
Crowd favorites are the Breakfast Burrito, Acai Bowl, French Toast, Philly Cheesesteak, Turkey Avocado Sandwich, and Chicken Chipotle Wrap.
What is your personal favorite item on the menu?
For years, the Blackened Salmon Plate was my favorite dish, but recently my go-to’s have been our new wings (both Buffalo and Lemon Pepper) and our new Carne Asada Tacos.
What is a fun fact about Lazy Daisy?
Our staff has become accustomed to seeing famous faces, but the day Bill Gates stopped by was a moment we’ll never forget!
Is there anything else you would like to tell us about Lazy Daisy?
We’re excited to announce that we will be adding Happy Hour this year, including craft beers and wine! We feel very fortunate to have the support of our amazing community. It is because of our loyal customers that we’ve been able to survive this pandemic and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone again soon!
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