10 Must-Try Brunch Spots in Los Angeles

If you’re looking for a great place to brunch, look no further. Here is a list of 10 must-try brunch spots in Los Angeles.

1. The Waterfront – With indoor and outdoor seating options that include Venice Boardwalk-adjacent tables, a kitschy interior space with a record player and vintage furniture, and a light-filled back patio with hanging lanterns and pops of plant life, it’s easy to lose an afternoon at The Waterfront—made easier by the fact that brunch extends until 4 pm.

2. Post & Beam – Only available on Sundays until 4 pm, Post & Beam’s brunch is worth planning ahead for. Whether seated in their comfortable dining room with columns and dark wood accents or on the relaxing patio that’s backed by a blooming plant wall, you’ll quickly understand why Post & Beam was recognized as a semifinalist for Most Outstanding Restaurant in the 2022 James Beard Awards.

3. Cara Cara – On the rooftop of the Downtown LA Proper Hotel is this breezy, all-day spot with a Mediterranean and Portuguese-inspired menu that’s helmed by chef Suzanne Goin, who also oversees the Caldo Verde restaurant on the hotel’s lobby level.

4. Manuela – Industrial chic and secret garden meet at Manuela, where you can nab a seat on the extensive plant-strewn patio or in the charming dining room that’s adorned with paintings and hanging floral bouquets.

5. République – Chefs and owners Walter and Margarita Manzke are responsible for whetting Angelenos’ appetite for French-inspired delicacies with this all-day restaurant that’s housed in a historic building originally erected by actor Charlie Chaplin.

6. Agnes Restaurant & Cheesery – This pandemic-era restaurant comes courtesy of Vanessa and Thomas Tilaka Kalb (Flour+Water), who converted the Pasadena Fire Department’s former horse stable into a neighborhood dining destination with a charming interior and grab-and-go market, plus a lush outdoor patio with ceiling fans to keep the Pasadena heat at bay.

7. Girl & The Goat – After wowing Chicago diners (as well as the judges on Top Chef), chef Stephanie Izard brought her midwest Girl & the Goat restaurant to the West Cast last year, landing in a luscious, plant-filled space in the burgeoning Arts District.

8. Perch – One of our can’t-miss dining experiences in LA, Perch offers a 16-story view of Los Angeles, plus French-inspired dishes and cocktails, on its rooftop.

9. Akasha – Helmed by chef Akasha Richmond, this Culver City staple is housed in the historic Hull Building and features a New American menu with global influences translated through California ingredients.

10. Redbird – The grand space that is chef Neal Fraser and Amy Knoll Fraser’s Redbird once served as a rectory for the adjacent historic cathedral-turned-event-space Vibiana.

No matter what you’re in the mood for, these 10 must-try brunch spots in Los Angeles are sure to satisfy. So grab your friends and head out for a delicious brunch.

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