If you could care less about a brunch scene and just need any version of an egg in front of you as fast as possible, King’s Road is your holy grail. Is this the best brunch food in LA? Hardly. But it’s also pretty solid and affordable and there’s a solid chance you’ll see Jane Lynch eating an omelette. This is the definition of a neighborhood brunch spot, where people simply go to eat a solid breakfast and not be seen. Important: they serve some of the best restaurant coffee in LA.
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