We’ve got to hand it to Tortilla Republic - they’ve made a killing for nearly five years now serving passable Mexican food to gay men who’ve never stepped foot outside of Weho and their girlfriends who never turn down another round. The modern space on Robertson is certainly nice to look at and their daily happy hour (3-7pm and all day Mondays) is admittedly pretty stellar, but if you treat this place like anything more than just another spot to grab some weekday margaritas, you’re doing it all wrong.
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Otus Thai Kitchen
Otus is a small, modern cafe in West Hollywood that serves a great Thai-style brunch. And French toast.
Saint Felix is one of the rare chill options to grab a drink and some food in boystown.
Pearl’s is an unpretentious, all-day rooftop hangout on the Sunset Strip that’s great for brunch.
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Enrique’s is an old-school Mexican restaurant in Long Beach, and home to a pork shank that will temporarily solve all of your life’s problems.
Salazar in Frogtown is a Mexican BBQ restaurant that’s teaching LA how to be its best self.
Lily's Cafe & Pastries
Lily's is a low-key spot for breakfast burritos near Zuma Beach in Malibu.
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Zinque is a poorly run (and very crowded) restaurant in West Hollywood that does not deserve your attention.
Fig & Olive
Fig & Olive is a corporate chain restaurant existing solely for that client dinner you don't want to be at.
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