Ten years ago, Lulu’s was one of the longest brunch waits in Beverly Grove. Crowds eventually moved on to newer places, but after a recent overhaul (both aesthetically and food-wise), it’s time to put Lulu’s back into your rotation. The menu is very egg-heavy (you can create your own omelette and scramble), there always seems to be a table available, and the sidewalk seating is one of the nicest in the area. In a neighborhood where brunch waits are counted by the hour, Lulu’s is an excellent option when you need food asap.
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