Basix is the kind of place you go when you’re too hungover to make any sudden moves, so you put on the first shirt you spot laying on your floor. This exceptionally low-key neighborhood joint has a large menu and a fun atmosphere - just know that lines get long during peak hours (probably something to do with their bottomless brunch on weekends).
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Employees Only is a fancy cocktail bar/restaurant from NYC that also now has a location in West Hollywood.
Greenblatt’s is good. You can still walk in, get a hot pastrami sandwich, and walk out happy. It’s the ordeal along the way we aren’t so keen on.
Ivory on Sunset
Does Ivory have the best food in West Hollywood? No. But it’s still decent enough for big groups and that patio is as good as it gets.
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Simmzy's is a solid Manhattan Beach brunch spot, and a complete scene on any given Saturday.
Chef Kiki’s Kitchen
Run by executive chef, Kierstin (Kiki) Hadley, this pop-up offers an array of services, including catering, private parties, custom cakes, and more.
Laurel Hardware has a sleek interior hidden from the public eye, a menu chock full of things that white girls recognize, and a crowd that’s somehow even more gorgeous than its surroundings. What more could you want? For starters, fully cooked food and a waitress who will return to the table at some point.
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Millie’s in Silverlake is the classic breakfast spot you go to when you need an escape from LA.
The Nice Guy
Be your best Jenner and head to the Nice Guy in West Hollywood, an Italian restaurant to see and be seen.
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