16 "Brunch" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
If you’re in Gardena for breakfast (or anywhere close), you need to head right to Painter’s Tape for their excellent Japanese-influenced cafe food.
This cash-only spot in Redondo Beach serves breakfast burritos worth driving for.
Maury’s bagels is a roaming pop-up with some of our favorite bagels in LA.
The Front Yard at the Garland Hotel in Studio City has decent food and great drinks, and is always a party.
Aroma Cafe is an all-day spot in Studio City that almost always has a line for their baked goods and sandwiches.
Cottage Corner is a breakfast spot in Burbank with a breakfast burrito that rivals the best in LA.
French Market Cafe is a low-key brunch spot in Venice, with a great patio and a crowd of locals.
Food in Cheviot Hills is a brunch-spot/daytime market serving daytime classics, including some very good breakfast potatoes.
The Purple Palm in Palm Springs serves a very solid American-ish brunch from 8am-3pm on weekends next to a pool.
Chi Chi is a poolside restaurant at the Avalon in Palm Springs, serving Latin-tinged brunch food.
Cheeky’s serves excellent brunch classics in Palm Springs, and usually has the long lines to prove it.
For an affordable brunch filled with comfort food in Palm Springs, Wilma and Frieda’s Cafe is the place to go.
Norma’s in Palm Springs has the best patio for brunch in town, and it’s certainly more about the scene than the expensive eggs.
Juniper Table is an all-day restaurant in a Palm Springs hotel with excellent food, and a patio that’s a great place for breakfast.