Posted: Sunday, August 6, 2017 – 12:32 PM
By Victoria Talbot
#BHHealthyCity Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse will visit two of the City’s favorite landmarks Monday – Nespresso represents the pride of an international flagship location in the City, and the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, a globally-recognized home for the theatre arts and a magnificent example of preservation and repurposing of the City’s Old Post Office.
Said one Yelp review on Nespresso’s beautiful flagship boutique on Beverly Drive, “I have been to their stores in Zurich, Switzerland (HQ), Israel and Amsterdam. This is my favorite one. It is the largest I’ve been in with the nicest interior design and furniture. The staff was very professional and knew about their offerings. The crowd is very upscale with celebs around. A definite ‘must visit’ for coffee fans that like great atmosphere” – Jon M.
That’s Nespresso Beverly Hills; a beautifully designed coffee boutique that serves exquisite coffees, incredible food, and the most tantalizing pastries, the store has become the go-to luncheon and afternoon meet-up locale for a casual-but-elegant cuppa Jo, business meetings, and friendly socializing.
It is also the place to purchase the incredible Nespresso coffee machines and coffee, which began to dominate the home-coffeemaker market the minute they hit the market with their refined designs that make a stylish statement in any home.
And then there is proprietor Jeffrey Evans, whose hospitality and dedication to the community are reflected in his warm smile and welcoming demeanor. With a professional staff that supports the mission of great coffee and the best coffeemakers, Nespresso is a destination not to miss!
The second destination this week will be the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, one of Los Angeles’ newest venues for theatre arts and education. Situated within the Old Beverly Hills Post Office, this magnificent addition to the City of Beverly Hills four years ago transformed the City to a bonafide cultural center, adding world-class art and architecture to the City’s profile.
As each season has progressed, the Wallis has begun to take its seat in the theatre firmament, bringing some of the world’s finest performers in dance, music and theatre arts to the City of Beverly Hills. In addition, the Wallis offers robust educational opportunities to aspiring theatre artists, both adult and juvenile, throughout the region, hosts several globally-significant econferences, and is home to Beverly Hills Tomorrow each year, among several other City-sponsored events. And there are free community activities. Every month, Debbie Allen brings her dancing troupe for Dance Sundays on the Promenade Terrace, a free, fun community event that everyone can participate in (Aug. 13, 5-6:45 p.m.).
Everyone is invited to Monday morning Walk with the Mayor, a part of Mayor Bosse’s “#BHHealthyCity initiative, that promotes a healthy physical, spiritual and business environment. Walkers can talk with the mayor in an informal, casual atmosphere, meet other members of their community, learn about businesses and sites throughout the City, and meet City staff without any bureaucracy. Just be there, at the Crescent steps of City Hall at 8:30 a.m. with your walking shoes on. Follow this link to see the progress of the walk and where Mayor Bosse is to join up with the group!
“Monday is my favorite day of the week,” exclaims Mayor Bosse.
Free parking is available at the parking structure on Rexford next to the Public Library.