Square One is the Eastside’s best bet for a simple, quality brunch or breakfast. Only open till 3pm, lines can get long here on the weekends, so try to beat the rush if you can. The original location on Fountain Ave. will always be our favorite, but its newer location up on Hyperion in Silver Lake has the same great food and is also a solid spot to get some work done. The brioche French toast is religious.
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