Sports Bar / Irish Restaurant
Reviewed by Lauren A.
"Overall: Are you ready to “hoov a good time?” If so, be sure to check out the Tipsy Goat in Thousand Oaks. This funky bar is a popular go-to. Unprete ..." more
159 East Thousand Oaks Boulevard
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Reviewed by Ellie D.
"My Take: North End Caffe is a must go-to restaurant in Manhattan Beach and one of my all time favorite breakfast spots. It is a family owned and run ..." more
3421 North Highland Avenue
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Party Earth Review Hidden behind one of Koreatown’s many cookie cutter strip malls is a world of craft brew, just waiting inside Beer Belly’s white, graffiti-covered building. A spinoff of the owner’s beer-collecting hobby, the bar features a drink menu offering a rotating range of budget-minded locally produced drafts and premium bottles ... more
532 South Western Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90020
Party Earth Review Part wine bar, part wine shop and artisanal deli, Venice Beach Wines has created a supremely relaxed little nightspot whose small wood and stone patio just past the wrought-iron gate is packed every night with a talkative and laid-back crowd of creative types and boho locals. On each side of the walkway, raised slatted ... more
529 Rose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90291
Reviewed by Lauren A.
"My Take: One of the many advantages to living in SoCal, (not to mention the weather, the attractive people, and the beaches) is the Mexican food. If y ..." more
21743 Devonshire Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311
Reviewed by Jimmy D.
"Cuvée is right at the start of Robertson close to Burton Way so it's a good spot to fuel up before shopping or wind down after hitting the stores. The ..." more
145 South Robertson Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Party Earth Review One might expect The Glendon Bar & Kitchen, given its location in the heart of UCLA’s Westwood Village, to be just another college den, but the upscale venue manages to cater to a crowd beyond – while not excluding – the university set. An ideal meeting point between Hollywood and Santa Monica ... more
1071 Glendon Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90024
American Restaurant / Diner
Reviewed by Gor G.
"This place is amazing! Go on a sunny day and sit on the patio. Even better, you should go here right before heading out to the beach. The atmosphere o ..." more
113 North Roberston Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Party Earth Review Housed inside a refurbished hundred-year-old vaudeville theater, Mohawk Bend is a trendy Echo Park eatery with a small menu of sustainable cuisine and a massive selection of craft beer. Once past the blindingly bright marquee out front, hops connoisseurs enter an enclosed patio, where sleek bamboo-topped tables, a low ... more
2141 West Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Info Somewhat hidden on Alta Loma Road in West Hollywood, the Sunset Marquis is a hotel, resort, and spa that draws famous artists, filmmakers, supermodels, writers, actors, comedians, and more. The Hollywood hotspot was founded in 1963 and has gone through a number of changes over the years to keep up with the times, having ... more
1200 Alta Loma Road
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Mimosas or Bloody Marys? Steak and eggs, or oatmeal? Los Angeles brunch options are endless, with establishments all over town serving up a relaxed first meal.
Those seeking a continuous supply of orange juice and bubbly flock to Taste in West Hollywood, which offers bottomless mimosas for about $13. For endless Champagne (the OJ must be purchased separately) brunchers head to Overland Café in Palms, where all the sparkling nectar one can drink costs about $7.
For an extra boozy breakfast/lunch combo, Fig in Santa Monica has its own take on the Bloody Mary with its bacon-inspired Bloody Maria. Those who would like beer in lieu of liquor can opt for the “Keg and Eggs,” any brunch item on the menu with an endless pint of draft beer for about $35.
But brunch isn’t just about late-morning alcoholic pick-me-ups. For an inexpensive steak and eggs feast, The Original Pantry Café in Downtown L.A. has served up the all-American classic since first opening in 1924. For a French bistro feel, Café Stella in Silver Lake serves items like oeuf à la coque (soft-boiled eggs and sliced bread) and croque madame (ham and Gruyère sandwich with a fried egg on top).
Another great spot for brunch in Los Angeles is the Beverly Grove area, with celebrity haunts like Kings Road Café, Joan's on Third, and Toast Bakery Cafe.
Luckily, there are also plenty of brunch spots for Angelenos who prefer an organic, healthy start to the day. With locations in West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Downtown L.A., Urth Caffé has organic coffees and teas, farm-fresh produce, and oatmeal options galore.
Los Angeles brunch is an experience that locals love to indulge in. Finding the right L.A. brunch spot is a great way to start the day off right.