Guests at an upscale restaurant inside a Los Angeles art museum are shelling out as much as $20 for bottled water.
There are common brands like Fiji and Evian, and others rarely found in the United States. The most expensive is a .75 liter bottle of Berg glacier water from Canada.
There's even a $16 bottle of Beverly Hills 9OH2O, described being "pristine spring water from the Northern California Moutains" that is crafted with the "perfect balance of natural minerals" for a "silky smooth, incredibly crisp and exceptionally fresh taste profile."
One blogger who tried a $12 tasting of three different bottles said in her opinion the Beverly Hills blend "tastes like water."
But for those with a more discerning palate, the restaurant reportedly has the nation's only water sommelier on staff to help pair dishes with the perfect water flavor profile.
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