Who Serves the Best Brunch in L.A.? You Decide

In our first-ever Brunch Bracket, 16 of our favorite spots (open for takeout!) go head to head
Los Angeles magazine • Los Angeles Magazine • July 24, 2020
There are few L.A. traditions more beloved than weekend brunch. Besides the joy of being given license to drink with your friends before noon, there’s something thrilling about having the option to decide between a burger and pancakes at a...
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