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Weho Bistro

Perfect For:Brunch

$$$$

1040 N LA Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood
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Though only open for a few years, this queer-owned French bistro at La Cienega and Hollyway has become one of the neighborhood’s top morning institutions. Weho Bistro doesn’t have a specific brunch service, but it opens at 10am on the weekends with a massive menu featuring everything from eggs benedict and quiche Lorraine to open-faced tartines and lamb burgers. If you’re thirsty, try one of the ten or so different mimosa flavors (we usually go for the mango or apple cider). 

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