207 "Brunch" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Go to China Red in Arcadia to explore the huge dim sum menu, and make sure to double up on shengjianbao.
Alfalfa is a great casual brunch option on Main St. in Santa Monica. If you’re really hungry, try a breakfast burrito.
Roji is a Japanese bakery on La Brea Ave. that’s churning out beautiful pastries.
Located below Easton Gym Co. in West Hollywood, Jyan Isaac is a bakery offering all sorts of excellent bread along with jams and cultured butter.
Clark Street’s latest outpost in Brentwood serves excellent baked goods, bread loaves, and pastries.
Fukugawa is a hidden restaurant in Gardena that serves one of the best Japanese breakfast sets around.
Interstellar is the best cafe near the Santa Monica Promenade. The Korean-owned spot serves excellent burritos, katsu, bulgogi, and more.
La Boheme is a neighborhood French spot in West Hollywood with a very popular outdoor brunch.
Little Ethiopia Restaurant serves great African breakfast food, as well as a coffee ceremony fit for royalty.
Today Starts Here is an excellent Taiwanese breakfast pop-up in Chinatown from the people behind Joy.
Wake & Late is a breakfast burrito specialist in Downtown LA that you don’t want to miss.
Guerrilla Cafecito is a tiny Arts District cafe serving tremendous breakfast burritos and great donuts.
Tacos Villa Corona is an old-school taco and burrito spot in Atwater Village, serving one of LA’s best (and most affordable) breakfast burritos.
Blueys Kitchen in Santa Monica is an all-day cafe that's ideal for a quick, healthy meal (or just a pastry and coffee).