You’re driving back to LA aggressively hungover, and you need some life-saving food. Pull over at the Cabazon outlets and make your way to Crazy Coyotes, a tiny order-at-the-window taco shack. $6.50 might seem like a lot for a taco, but when they say “giant taco,” they really mean it. Our order is always one steak and one chicken, each doused in their spicy ghost salsa. Their burritos are excellent too. Life saved.
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King’s Highway in the Palm Springs Ace has one of the best breakfasts in town in a not-cheesy retro atmosphere.
Wilma and Frieda’s Cafe
For an affordable brunch filled with comfort food in Palm Springs, Wilma and Frieda’s Cafe is the place to go.
Cheeky’s serves excellent brunch classics in Palm Springs, and usually has the long lines to prove it.
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The Tex-Mex breakfast and lunch at Homestate in Los Feliz is so good, you won’t need to step foot in Texas again.
Every beach town needs a spot for a post-surf breakfast burrito, and Brother’s is where to go in Hermosa Beach.
Amácita is a cool, casual Tex-Mex spot in Culver City with a powerful Super Nacho Happy Hour.
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Chi Chi is a poolside restaurant at the Avalon in Palm Springs, serving Latin-tinged brunch food.
The Purple Palm
The Purple Palm in Palm Springs serves a very solid American-ish brunch from 8am-3pm on weekends next to a pool.
Draughtsman is a nice break from the all the Palm Springs poolside cocktails, with craft beer, burgers, and a side patio stocked with games.
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