208 "Brunch" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Azay is a half-French, half-Japanese restaurant in Little Tokyo where you’ll find the only Japanese breakfast being served in LA proper.
The legendary Phoenix Bakery in Chinatown has everything you need, from strawberry cream cakes to freshly steamed buns.
Go to China Red in Arcadia to explore the huge dim sum menu, and make sure to double up on shengjianbao.
Alfalfa is a great casual brunch option on Main St. in Santa Monica. If you’re really hungry, try a breakfast burrito.
Roji is a Japanese bakery on La Brea Ave. that’s churning out beautiful pastries.
Located below Easton Gym Co. in West Hollywood, Jyan Isaac is a bakery offering all sorts of excellent bread along with jams and cultured butter.
Clark Street’s latest outpost in Brentwood serves excellent baked goods, bread loaves, and pastries.
Fukugawa is a hidden restaurant in Gardena that serves one of the best Japanese breakfast sets around.
Interstellar is the best cafe near the Santa Monica Promenade. The Korean-owned spot serves excellent burritos, katsu, bulgogi, and more.
La Boheme is a neighborhood French spot in West Hollywood with a very popular outdoor brunch.
Little Ethiopia Restaurant serves great African breakfast food, as well as a coffee ceremony fit for royalty.
Today Starts Here is an excellent Taiwanese breakfast pop-up in Chinatown from the people behind Joy.
Wake & Late is a breakfast burrito specialist in Downtown LA that you don’t want to miss.
Guerrilla Cafecito is a tiny Arts District cafe serving tremendous breakfast burritos and great donuts.