94 "Brunch" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Jon & Vinny’s on Fairfax is an incredible take on American-Italian food, and it’s a place we go back to again and again.
You'll spend an hour waiting on Abbot Kinney, but there's no restaurant in Venice that satisfies like Gjelina.
It's not every day you want to drive down to Grand Central Market, but if it's for Wexler's pastrami you simply make the exception.
Sycamore Kitchen might be the most affordable, quality brunch in Los Angeles.
The arrival of Sidecar means Santa Monica's donut game just became legitimate.
Little Dom's is Los Feliz's signature neighborhood restaurant, and it's a great move any time of day.
The Tex-Mex breakfast and lunch at Homestate in Los Feliz is so good, you won't need to step food in Texas again.
Despite its raucous bar scene, Scopa Italian Roots is serving up authentic Italian food that pays serious homage to its Italian heritage.
Spoke Bicycle Cafe is an outdoor cafe and bike rental shop in Frogtown that you’ll want to visit even if you have no plans to ride a bike today.
All-day Venice spot Superba Food + Bread proves that sometimes sequels are better than the original.
A French-Mexican fusion brunch? Things are kind of weird at Trois Familia in Silver Lake, but that's just the way we like it.
A casual, neighborhood-y Tex-Mex restaurant from DTLA's best chef. This is a spot Downtown needs.
Millie’s in Silverlake is the classic breakfast spot you go to when you need an escape from LA.
Salt Air on Abbot Kinney has really come into its own in recent years, as a reliable seafood spot for Venice locals.
If you think Hatchet Hall is just another gut-busting, deep-fried Southern joint - think again.