The Best Brunch Spots in LA


Let’s be real, who doesn’t love a good brunch? If catching up over good food on the weekend isn’t enough of an excuse to get together with friends, then throw in tasty libations and you have a combination that’s hard to resist!  For this reason, we’ve created a short list of our favorite brunch hotspots in LA!


This hidden gem in West Hollywood’s Fairfax district offers brunch goers a modern and chic dining experience with an emphasis on contemporary American fare. With seating options that transition beautifully from indoor tables and booths to an elegant open-air courtyard, you can’t go wrong. Try the Avocado Toast with Heirloom Tomatoes, or the Short-Rib Hash for something a bit hardier. And to drink, try the Miranda Priestly or the Stinger... or why not both! Come prepared to relax and take in the ambience of this truly special LA brunch spot.

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The Rooftop Grill, located in the Montage Beverly Hills, is a great place for you and your friends to go out and enjoy a nice cocktail or mimosa on an early Sunday afternoon while taking in the beautiful views of LA. From fresh pressed juices and decadent pasties to traditional eggs benedict, and lemon glazed salmon, this all-day brunch menu won’t disappoint. With its poolside tables, city views and eclectic design, you’ll feel like you’re on top of the world while having brunch at The Rooftop Grill!

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The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel

         The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel offers an unparalleled five-star entertainment/dining experience at their Sunday Jazz Brunch from 11am – 3pm.  Self-proclaimed as “one of Los Angeles’ premier and prettiest outdoor dining settings”, we couldn’t agree more! The outdoor Polo Patio is the perfect place to sit back on a Sunday morning and catch up with friends. This lovely outdoor dining environment is the place to be and will leave you speechless as you soak in all the unforgettable food, drinks and music!

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Viviane at the Avalon Hotel provides a hip poolside atmosphere with cabana-styled seating for its guests. Whether you’re having a small business brunch or out with your friends on the weekend, you’re sure to enjoy the decadent food and posh drinks on the menu.  Michael Reed, the executive chef curated this menu from scratch with you in mind, using only the healthiest ingredients and sustainable farming methods.  If you are looking for an upscale beachy vibe with vibrant pastel designs, Viviane is the spot for your next brunch.   

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THE BLVD features a California-Mediterranean themed menu with some insanely mouth-watering options.  Seating over 144 guests, THE BLVD offers lush sofas and an onyx bar where guests can order their own custom-made drinks or straight from the menu while either enjoying the bustling view of Rodeo Drive or while taking in the breathtaking and lavish dining room. Offering live music on Saturdays, THE BLVD offers its guests the exclusive Beverly Hills experience.  Their brunch starts at 11:30am and ends at 5:00pm so you’ll have plenty of time to make it!

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Breakfast by Salt’s Cure is the place for you if you are looking for a kid friendly brunch spot.   Breakfast by Salt’s Cure’s menu has something for everyone in the family. Offering classic breakfast items like pancakes, French toast and breakfast sandwiches, Breakfast by Salt’s Cure makes it feel like you’re at home eating mom’s cooking. Trust us and make sure to try one of their famous griddle cakes while you are there, you won’t regret it! Since Breakfast by Salt’s Cure does not serve alcohol you’ll have to get your mimosa fix afterwards.

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Catch L.A.

         Known as LA’s coolest celebrity restaurant, Catch L.A. is perched above Melrose with over 350 seats and offers a relaxing yet classy rooftop dining atmosphere overlooking the iconic Los Angeles skyline.  The menu features a myriad of creative seafood-focused food including a massive tower of seafood and some "instagram worthy" cocktails like the "One Too Many" cocktail.  Also, Catch L.A. generally has a long wait time, so make a reservation in advance.

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