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One of the Eastside’s hottest places for brunch is Sazon, a Huntington Park restaurant specializing in Mexican street food. Things here get turned up to a 10 on the weekends, which is when you’ll witness queer Latinx DJs spinning soul tracks, tropical dance hall day parties, and Selena sing-alongs. So grab your most colorful outfit and a comfortable pair of shoes, then get ready to dance while enjoying pozole verde, chilaquiles, and chorizo-stuffed breakfast burritos.

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The Eastside Brunch Guide

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The Eastside Brunch Guide

Your guide to the 30 best brunches on the Eastside, from East Hollywood to Highland Park.

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