If you’re wondering where all of Studio City is at any point in the day, the answer is Aroma Cafe. This all-day spot on Tujunga is definitely most popular around brunch, but you should frankly expect a line at all times. And everybody’s at this bungalow-turned-restaurant for two reasons: a big menu full of every kind of sandwich, salad, and wraps and a giant back patio that’s ideal for running lines before your 2pm CW callback. If you’re there for breakfast, we like the brioche French toast and nutella donuts.
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