With locations all over LA and even Vegas, Eggslut is now one of the most recognizable names in LA food, and this is the original location. Yes, the lines will always be long and yes, people will be taking selfies with that yolk-covered burger. We can’t tell you that these breakfast sandwiches are worth the long wait, but if you walk past and there’s somehow no line, get the bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich.
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