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Pace is an LA legend where you go to feel like you’re eating in the Tuscan countryside, even if you’re actually just in Laurel Canyon.
Vespertine is dark, dreary, and lifeless restaurant in Culver City, and you’d be wise to stay far away.
We all know the food at Gjusta in Venice is great. The real question is, is it worth the trouble? We say yes.
Glassell Park's Lemon Poppy is a small cafe serving (delicious) Romanian breakfast staples like housemade pastries and stuffed flatbreads.
Barbrix in Silver Lake is an all-day spot, but your best move is to come here for a great, affordable brunch.
Millie’s in Silverlake is a classic, dependable spot serving solid American breakfast food.
Square One in East Hollywood is a neighborhood favorite for a simple, solid brunch. Beware: lines on weekends can get long.
The Ponte is a predictable Italian restaurant on Beverly and not really worth your time.
Chori-Man in San Pedro serves huge and delicious breakfast burrito stuffed with LA’s best chorizo.
Gwen is a formal, meat-centric restaurant in Hollywood with set menus, good food, and a lot of rules.
FishBar is a bar/seafood shack on the Northern edge of Manhattan Beach and one of the last truly local spots in the area.
Hinoki & the Bird is cooler than most options in Century City, and an ideal spot for your next power lunch. Even if you won't remember the food.
Bru's Wiffle in Santa Monica is a fried chicken and waffles joint and one of our favorite Westside breakfast spots.
Swingers in Santa Monica is the place you always end up after the bars close. The lively atmosphere and solid diner food never disappoint.
Cafe Bolivar in Santa Monica has great coffee, a decent selection of pastries, and fast wifi, and it never gets too loud to focus.