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There’s that moment on weekend mornings when a decision has to be made: add to your sleep deprivation to make it to brunch or go back to sleep and annoy your Type-A friend who made all the reservations. Echo and Rig, an upscale butcher and steakhouse in Tivoli Village, makes your decision a bit easier by serving brunch until 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Focus on the small plates portion of the brunch menu with things like portobello fries and half-inch-thick bacon, but make sure you order the challah french toast with cinnamon crunch.

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