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Joe's Cafe

We’re going to keep this simple - if you’re looking for a go-to breakfast spot in the Northridge area, make it Joe’s Cafe in Granada Hills. Opened since 2012, Joe’s is the kind of dependable breakfast and lunch spot that every neighborhood in LA wishes they had. And by dependable, we mean just about everything on the menu is worth ordering. The stuffed French toast is what you’ll find on most tables, but we usually go for the pork belly hash and a sausage-and- egg-topped breakfast sandwich called The Cure. If you’re coming on a weekend, be sure to put your name down on their on-line waiting list, or plan to wait for about an hour.

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