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If you’re heading to dinner with a small group, The Belvedere makes a great spot to dine. The private dining room of this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant, set inside The Peninsula Beverly Hills in the heart of one of Los Angeles’ most recognized neighborhoods, is a graceful room outfitted with one long banquet-style table that comfortably seats 20 guests. A customized multi-course menu of modern American cuisine from chef James Overbaugh, with the addition of monogrammed napkins for each diner, provides an unforgettable special touch for group dining. If you’d prefer to enjoy your meal in the main dining room or on the outside patio — amongst the power brokers of nearby talent agencies working their lunch meetings to make a deal — this Los Angeles restaurant can arrange that as well. The Belvedere’s dining room features a few larger booths that seat up to five or six people, as well as large round tables that seat a group of six to seven people. Smaller tables can be rearranged to fit larger parties as well. But remember, this isn’t the trend-setting scene of young Hollywood; no matter in what room your group decides to dine, expect a refined, chic experience (so, sorry, no dancing on the tables at this L.A. hot spot).