For years, La Boheme was a quiet, neighborhood standby in West Hollywood, but thanks to a massive new patio in their adjacent parking lot, this French spot has transformed into a boozy brunch powerhouse. Brunch runs Saturday and Sundays from 11:30am-4pm with $23 bottomless mimosas, but they also have specials through the week like daily Happy Hour with $7 glasses of wine and “Community Night” on Mondays, where locals get one round of drinks on the house.
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