James G. Little

Chef Concierge

James Little is Chef Concierge at The Peninsula Beverly Hills, overseeing a team of seven that fulfills guest requests 24 hours a day. Little is also a member of Les Clefs d’Or, the international organization for concierges, and he is on the Board of the Los Angeles Concierge Association. James has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, L.A. Confidential and Conde Nast Traveler, and on KABC and KCAL TV. In 2003, he was chosen as “The Best Concierge in the World” by GQ Europe.

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  • On October 3, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    Which five Los Angeles restaurants are best for brunch?

    The five restaurants that are best for brunch in Los Angeles are The Belvedere, Jar, Cecconi, Red O and Geoffrey’s.
  • On October 3, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    Which five restaurants in Los Angeles are best for brunch?

    The five restaurants that are best for brunch in Los Angeles are The Belvedere, Jar, Cecconi, Red O and Geoffrey’s.
  • On October 3, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    What are the best Los Angeles museums?

    We think the best museums in Los Angeles are The Getty Center and The Getty Villa, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), The Hollywood Museum and the Grammy Museum.
  • On October 3, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    What are the best museums in Los Angeles?

    We think the best museums in Los Angeles are The Getty Center and The Getty Villa, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), The Hollywood Museum and the Grammy Museum.
  • On October 3, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    Where is the best shopping in Los Angeles?

    We think the best shopping in Los Angeles can be found in the following places:

    1. Rodeo Drive/The Golden Triangle: Santa Monica Boulevard to the North, Wilshire Boulevard to the South, and Canon Drive to the East, Beverly Hills. The “Golden Triangle” holds more wealth and fine stores than most small countries. At its center is the world-famous Rodeo Drive and Via Rodeo, which features a replica of the Spanish steps in Rome. You will find designer stores such as Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Chanel, Bally, Gucci and other notables, as well as some of the city’s top salons and restaurants.

    2. Robertson Boulevard between Beverly Boulevard and Third Street, Los Angeles . This increasingly popular shopping street caters to hip Los Angeles natives and tourists alike. Featuring the exclusiveness of Beverly Hills and the cutting-edge cool of Melrose, this small stretch is where young Hollywood stars with real money shop. Here you will find Chrome Hearts, Tory Burch, Reiss, Intermix, Kitson and Maxfield’s, to name just a few.

    3. Sunset Plaza: Sunset Boulevard at Sunset Plaza Drive, West Los Angeles. Locals and tourists head to the famous Sunset Strip shopping area to shop at the signature boutiques and dine at this chi-chi stretch of Sunset Boulevard that is dotted with outdoor cafes.

    4. Melrose Avenue between San Vicente Boulevard and La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles. East of Fairfax, this shopping area is a cluster of vintage shops, hipster wear and retro barber shops that cater to the young at heart. On the west side of Fairfax, Melrose has emerged as a high-end paradise. Stores such as Fred Segal and Kelly Wearstler’s new flagship location set the bar for fashion and lifestyle.

    5. Montana Avenue between 14th and 20th streets, Santa Monica. Cafes and quiet boutiques reflect the laid-back beach style of the Santa Monica community. Many of the boutiques are one-of-a-kind owner-operated ventures that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
  • On October 3, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    Where is the best shopping in Los Angeles?

    We think the best shopping in Los Angeles can be found in the following places:

    1. Rodeo Drive/The Golden Triangle: Santa Monica Boulevard to the North, Wilshire Boulevard to the South, and Canon Drive to the East, Beverly Hills. The “Golden Triangle” holds more wealth and fine stores than most small countries. At its center is the world-famous Rodeo Drive and Via Rodeo, which features a replica of the Spanish steps in Rome. You will find designer stores such as Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Chanel, Bally, Gucci and other notables, as well as some of the city’s top salons and restaurants.

    2. Robertson Boulevard between Beverly Boulevard and Third Street, Los Angeles . This increasingly popular shopping street caters to hip Los Angeles natives and tourists alike. Featuring the exclusiveness of Beverly Hills and the cutting-edge cool of Melrose, this small stretch is where young Hollywood stars with real money shop. Here you will find Chrome Hearts, Tory Burch, Reiss, Intermix, Kitson and Maxfield’s, to name just a few.

    3. Sunset Plaza: Sunset Boulevard at Sunset Plaza Drive, West Los Angeles. Locals and tourists head to the famous Sunset Strip shopping area to shop at the signature boutiques and dine at this chi-chi stretch of Sunset Boulevard that is dotted with outdoor cafes.

    4. Melrose Avenue between San Vicente Boulevard and La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles. East of Fairfax, this shopping area is a cluster of vintage shops, hipster wear and retro barber shops that cater to the young at heart. On the west side of Fairfax, Melrose has emerged as a high-end paradise. Stores such as Fred Segal and Kelly Wearstler’s new flagship location set the bar for fashion and lifestyle.

    5. Montana Avenue between 14th and 20th streets, Santa Monica. Cafes and quiet boutiques reflect the laid-back beach style of the Santa Monica community. Many of the boutiques are one-of-a-kind owner-operated ventures that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
  • On October 3, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    What are the five best Los Angeles food experiences?

    The five best Los Angeles food experiences are The Belvedere, Lucques, Hatfield’s, E Baldi and Providence.
  • On October 3, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    What are the five best Los Angeles food experiences?

    The five best Los Angeles food experiences are The Belvedere, Lucques, Hatfield’s, E Baldi and Providence.
  • On October 3, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    What are the five best kid-friendly restaurants in Los Angeles?

    The five best kid-friendly restaurants in Los Angeles are Giggles and Hugs, Jack and Jill’s, the Disney Soda Fountain, Mel’s Diner and the Farmer’s Market.
  • On October 3, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    What are the five best kid-friendly restaurants in Los Angeles?

    The five best kid-friendly restaurants in Los Angeles are Giggles and Hugs, Jack and Jill’s, the Disney Soda Fountain, Mel’s Diner and the Farmer’s Market.
  • On May 24, 2012
    James G. Little answered the question: James G. Little

    Where is the best nightlife in Los Angeles?

    Hollywood is a nightlife mecca for people of all ages, with nightclubs such as Greystone Manor, Supper Club, Voyeur and Confidential all catering to the Hollywood elite, as well as tourists.