L.A.'s 7 Best Brunches To Book Right Now!

If you've been searching for that perfect Mimosa, frittata, or French toast epiphany, you're not alone. Breakfast and brunch food are the absolute ultimate in comfort nourishment. And as Angelenos, we've got high standards when it comes to kicking off our morning with a bang. To rejigger your weekend plans a bit, we've tallied up seven of our favorite late-great brunch spots—from Manhattan Beach to Downtown and back—to make sure you're up to speed on all things worthy of the mid-morning menu. Whether you want some crispy, house-cured bacon or a go-home-and-collapse carb-fest, these brunch picks will give you extra incentive to put your main meal at the start of the day. Now, who's ready for a Bloody Mary?
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This WeHo mainstay still turns out one of the tastiest breakfasts around. The homemade turkey sausage frittata is punctuated with oven-dried tomatoes and feta for a bright, fresh taste.
7450 Beverly Boulevard (at South Martel); 323-930-9744.
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Fig & Olive
Feel like a more upscale Mimosa and egg situation? The airy, modern space at Fig & Olive is the perfect environment to enjoy rustic Mediterranean cuisine and pitchers of white Sangria. The fig and walnut pancakes are earthy, sweet, and a absolutely delicious.
8490 Melrose Place (at La Cienega Boulevard); 310-360-9100.
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Uncle Bill's Pancake House The only two things more spectacular than the view are the blueberry pancakes and hash-browns. The griddle serves up the tastiest pancakes with the perfect ratio of blueberry to dough, and the crispy potatoes with a tender center will haunt your dreams the next time you go on a diet.
1305 Highland Avenue (at 13th Street); 310-545-5177.
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Henry's Hat
Known for its board games and happy hour, this Burbank haunt serves up a sweet and savory pork hash, plus delicious two-for-one Blood Mary's. For a low-key brunch with a group of friends, Henry's Hat is an excellent pick.
3413 Cahuenga Boulevard (at Glen Oak Drive); 323-512-2500.
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Ktchn 105
Located in a private loft converted into an under-the-radar eatery, Ktchn 105 feels more like an intimate brunch in a friend's garden than L.A.’s hottest new brunch spot. With a menu that changes daily, inspired by fresh, seasonal ingredients, there's always something exciting to choose from. the toad in the hole and the house citrus-cured salmon lox are an absolute must, but make sure to call ahead since this cozy spot is reservation-only.
1250 Long Beach Avenue (at East Olympic Boulevard); 714-720-2260.
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Salt's Cure
For the carnivore, Salt's Cure’s meat-centric menu can't be beat. For the ultimate hearty brunch, try the air-dried ham, pulled pork-shoulder hash, or the best ham and cheese sandwich—don’t skimp on a side of those griddlecakes with apple cinnamon butter.
7494 Santa Monica Boulevard (at North Vista Drive); 323-850-7258.

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The Serving Spoon
If you're looking for a biscuit or waffle after a long night, the thin, crispy, golden-brown perfection found at the Serving Spoon is just what your hangover ordered.
1403 Centinela Avenue (at Enterprise Avenue); 310-412-3927.

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