Circa 55 is the Beverly Hilton's poolside restaurant, with one reason to go if you're not staying at the hotel: their Sunday bottomless brunch buffet. For $45 per person, you get to eat as many made to order omelettes and drink as much prosecco as you can. It's expensive, but that's the price you pay to sit by a pool and watch tourists get drunk.
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