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10 Brunch Spots in Los Angeles You’ll Fall in Love With at First Bite

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In Los Angeles, California, brunch is serious business. Whether you’re bouncing back from a late night or heading to the beach for some fun in the sun, knowing where to get the best eggs or avocado toast is very important. Here’s a list of the ten best brunch spots in Los Angeles, so you can start your day off right.

10. Blu Jam Café


With three locations; Melrose Avenue, Ventura Boulevard, and Mulholland Drive, Blu Jam Café is a popular choice for brunch-goers. Since 2006 the restaurant has been cranking out dishes like gluten-free rancheros, Sicilian tofu scramble, a red quinoa breakfast bowl, homemade granola, and crunchy french toast.

9. Superba Food + Bread


The industrial interior at Superba Food + Bread will attract you, but the food will have you coming back again and again. The menu features favorites that include a fried chicken sandwich, avocado toast, hot cakes, a croque madame, and Moroccan eggs.

8. Lemon Poppy Kitchen

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Even though it may not seem like much from the outside, Lemon Poppy Kitchen will make you feel right at home with their relaxed atmosphere and comfort dishes. Located in a strip mall, their menu includes pastries, polenta cakes and eggs, sweet potato hash, and a buttermilk biscuit sandwich.  

7. The Hart and the Hunter

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The Hart and the Hunter is popular amongst locals due to its eclectic décor and menu. Think leather couches, cozy rugs, mosaic floors and wood tables with dishes like smoked trout, kale salad, pecan praline pancakes, cheddar grits, and freshly pressed juices.

6. Farmshop


Not only can you build your own breakfast at Farmshop, you can choose from other menu items such as smoked salmon, pastrami and poached eggs, devilled eggs, and chicken liver mousse. Don’t forget to check out their bakery selection as well, including bacon and cheddar scones and banana chocolate chip bread.

5. Bacaro L.A.


Bacaro L.A. is a cool spot with an even cooler brunch menu. On Saturdays and Sundays, they’re serving up dishes like pumpkin french toast, goat cheese polenta, crab cake eggs benedict, chai tea custard, free-range egg pizza and bottomless mimosas.

4. The Tasting Kitchen


Located in Venice, The Tasting Kitchen is a crowd pleaser any time of day, but especially during brunch hours thanks to dishes that include sticky buns, a squash and smoked mozzarella omelette, short rib hash, sweet and savory waffles, biscuits and gravy, and tomato braised eggs with polenta.

3. The Federal Bar

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The Federal Bar has two locations, one in North Hollywood and another in Long Beach. You can’t go wrong at either location, due to moderate pricing and a brunch menu that features gluten-free pancakes, breakfast tacos, wild mushroom polenta, and eggs benedict with pulled pork.

2. Clementine

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There is no shortage of options when it comes to brunching at Clementine. Aside from great coffee, their menu includes a brisket scramble, fried eggs with burrata and pancetta, carrot cake cupcakes, old-fashioned oatmeal, gluten-free bagels, and a poached egg sandwich with ham and avocado on a buttermilk biscuit.

1. Sqirl


Sqirl has won over the brunch crowds in Los Angeles since its opening in 2011. Their food is drool-worthy to say the least; chocolate and nut butter toast, avocado toast with hot pickled carrots, vegan brown rice porridge, and daily quiches and frittatas. They started off as a preserve shop; so don’t skip out on their seasonal jams!

 

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