10 Of The Best Squad-Friendly Brunch Spots In L.A.
For the next chapter of our boozy brunch hit list we’re hitting the west coast, but more specifically, the palm tree dotted streets of sunny Los Angeles, California.
If clinking champagne glasses with your crew, and the promise of diving into the Pacific Ocean soon afterward doesn’t spark instant excitement, you may not be living your best life. No worries — we’re here to help. Check out 10 of the dopest restaurants in L.A. that are guaranteed to keep you coming back for more, and maybe even licking the plate — we won’t judge though, promise.
If you’re feeling especially sophisticated during the weekend, brunch at Post and Beam may be a good option for you and the squad. Each Sunday, the restaurant hosts live jazz on their patio, complete with bottomless mimosas. Come early, because it’s first come, first served for outdoor seating.
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Who doesn’t love an omelette for breakfast? At Eat This Cafe, you can enjoy an entire omelette bar for 15 bucks, and unlimited mimosas for an additional $15 per person before 3PM. With vegan and vegetarian options alike, there’s no reason why everyone can’t get in on this deal.
3. Bacaro L.A.
Bacaro has an extensive lunch and dinner menu, and their brunch does not disappoint. Enjoy a slew of good eats, like the restaurant’s goat cheese polenta, or crab cake benedict, in addition to delicious drinks, like their strawberry bellini. Indulge in a pitcher of your choice for $12, or bottomless drinks for $15 for an hour per person.
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At a Taste on Melrose, you and the squad can grub down on a prix fixe brunch, which includes a starter and entree, like huevos rancheros, plus your choice of mimosa, Bloody Mary, coffee, or tea for 19 bucks. As at any perfect brunch, there’s also the option of bottomless mimosas for an extra $16.
With a name like The Church Key, one of the last things you’d probably expect to see upon clicking on the brunch menu is a list of amazing drink options. But endless mimosas for the crew will only cost you $15, while a carafe of elderflower liqueur and champagne for four costs 25 bucks. With delectable breakfast dishes like biscuits & gravy and chilaquiles, we’re so there — it’s insane.
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Marco’s Trattoria has all the makings of a great traditional brunch spot, with its mix of healthy and savory breakfast options, like apple pie pancakes, and walnut fruit salad. Top that off with the option of “free flowing champagne” or mimosas for an extra 10 bucks.
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The Hart and the Hunter serves up refined dishes, like fried quail, or ricotta pancakes, that will expand your tastebuds into the next universe. With bottomless mimosas for $15, this place is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
8. Little Easy
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You don’t have to plan an escape to New Orleans to get a taste of Cajun food. The brunch menu at Little Easy is small but mighty, with dishes like chicken and waffles, and their Bourbon Street breakfast burrito. The best part? Add bottomless mimosas to any entree for $15 more.
For great Latin style fare, Cerveteca is the perfect stop for you and your crew. While noshing on entrees like the chorizo or soyrizo scramble, or three egg frittata, you add the “build your own mimosa” bucket in for $18, or enjoy bottomless mimosas for the same price per person.
10. The Hudson
Great news: The Hudson is now offering bottomless mimosa brunches all summer for $15, plus the purchase of an entree. With tasty dishes like the hangover burger, and short rib tacos, this new addition is simply an added bonus.