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These are the top brunches in Los Angeles, according to Food Network

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Treat yourself to the best brunch in Los Angeles, according to Food Network.

With excellent springtime weather, it's a perfect time to eat out for brunch, so we have sourced the top brunch spots for you, according to Food Network's list of their favorites. Therefore, you can be absolutely assured you are having the best brunch possible in Los Angeles.

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Here are the top 3 brunches in Los Angeles, according to Food Network, and why you should eat at them.

Pollo Lounge Beverly Hills Hotel

Brunch is served every Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm, and according to the Food Network, you will feel like you are sightseeing. Sitting on their sunny patio will make you feel like you are on vacation.

Additionally, TripAdvisor reviewers have ranked the Polo Lounge the No. 2 restaurant in Beverley Hills.

Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel highlights includes the outdoor seating, jazz music during Sunday Brunch, the glamour, and the delicious food offerings.

Menu highlights include caviar, smoked salmon soft scramble, burgers, tuna tartare, and crab cakes.

If you love people watching and feeling like a celebrity, this is your place for brunch.

"Sunday Brunch, Wow! We went here to celebrate my friend's birthday and sat outside in the garden! It was so pretty and cute! The food was also amazing, well worth the price, and we were super full at the end! I couldn't quite finish my dessert. I went for the Tortilla Soup, one of the best I've ever tasted! Steak Frites, so good! and then a choc pudding also gorge! The Jazz band playing was so nice, and there was a great atmosphere for sure. Would highly recommend for a special afternoon out. The staff was also really good" - Hollie264, TripAdvisor.

9641 Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills.



Redbirds' claim to fame is it ranks No. 33 out of 6,484 restaurants in Los Angeles on TripAdvisor. Food Network considers this restaurant a brunch favorite.

Offering a cocktail brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am – 2 pm, the talking point is the luxurious decor, including the marble bar, the fiddle-leaf fig trees, and the skylights.

Diners love the Basque baked eggs, frittata, pastries, shrimp & grits, wagyu burger, and avocado salad.

They offer a special cocktail menu, especially for brunch.

This is what Sundays should be about! Enjoy!

"On the global menu, creative dishes sit side-by-side with more traditional treats like John Dory in a leek fondue strewn with pan-seared gnocchi and mushrooms. Save room for clever desserts like yuzu custard with basil oil and cucumber sorbet, or opt for another cocktail from the extensive list." - MICHELIN Guide.

114 E 2nd St, Los Angeles.


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A breakfast favorite, Squirl, is so popular it has a line of people waiting to dine there.

Squirl's diners claim the hipster Los Angeles restaurant has the best coffee and pastries in L.A.

Open for breakfast and lunch, menu highlights include the rice bowls, shakshuka, hash, salmon sorrel rice, and avocado toast.

Additionally, diners at this restaurant love the drinks, including caffeine-free hot drinks, seasonal freshly squeezed juices, matcha, lemonade, and tonics.

"Breakfast- loved! Gluten-free vegan many options! We came for breakfast and sat inside. There are tables outside, and the line can get a long bit moved well. We split the pesto rice bowl, omelet, and famed ricotta toast. The portions are not large but filling. We loved everything. Coffee is good." - Gmanbumpy, TripAdvisor.

720 N Virgil Ave Ste 4, Los Angeles.


Have you been to any of these restaurants? What do you think? Please leave a comment at the bottom of this story and tell us your favorite brunch in Los Angeles.

(Sources: Food Network, TripAdvisor)

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