Lazy Daisy Beverly Hills

Lazy Daisy is a Beverly Hills staple with a variety of delicious food items. In 2007, owner Daisy moved to Los Angeles from New Jersey. She always wanted to open her own coffee shop and then she found a wonderful spot on Wilshire Blvd in Beverly Hills. After her son, Adam finished university on the East Coast, he joined her at Lazy Daisy. They have worked together ever since and now the café has become a full scale restaurant with delivery and catering.

Lazy Daisy prides itself in being involved with the community. They are sponsors of the Horace Mann School, and they were one of the first Beverly Hills restaurants to be involved in the Meal to Heal program at the beginning of the stay-at-home orders. Lazy Daisy has become a favorite amongst locals and is a great spot to stop by for both breakfast and lunch.

For two years from 2016 t0 2018, Lazy Daisy collaborated with the City of Beverly Hills to open a location in La Cienega Park. This was done to provide healthy food and beverage options for Beverly Hills youth sports leagues and community events.

Since opening, Lazy Daisy has moved to a brand new location on Robertson Blvd that is three times the size of the original location. Lazy Daisy offers New American style food with burgers, salads, quesadillas, tacos, eggs benedict, and sandwiches. One of their most popular menu items is the breakfast burrito. Since moving to their new location, they also have beer, wine, a happy hour, and brunch! The new locations has outdoor dining, catering, and delivery through UberEats, Postmates, DoorDash, and GrubHub.



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