Serious wine people love Wally’s for the huge wine store out back. Serious food people love Wally’s for the cheese counter inside. Beverly Hills people love Wally’s for the scene. Wally’s is a great wine shop/restaurant for after-work drinks - have multiple glasses of wine on the front patio and a carbonara pizzetta (which is really just a pizza) to go with it.
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