It’s the most important meal of the day and these world-class eateries will make it your most enjoyable one as well. Plus, if it's the weekend, go ahead and leisurely roll out of bed and treat yourself to a grown-up brunch spread, complete with mimosas.
Home to more than 11 kinds of pancakes, Stacks Pancake House offers traditional breakfast dishes with a Hawaiian twist. Don’t miss out on the Mac Nut French Toast: slices of King’s Hawaiian bread dipped in batter and crusted in crispy Cap’N Crunch cereal and macadamia nuts. When you’re ready to “stack it up,” you’re ready for Stacks!
TAPS is known for great food and good times! And on Sundays from 10am - 2:30pm you’re sure to enjoy both at their Vegas-worthy brunch. With an oyster bar, carving station and charcuterie bar, the spread is ideal for special occasions or a gluttonous feast with family and friends. The $36.99 price includes bottomless mimosas or two craft draft beers. Kids ages 3-10 pay just $12.99.
Breakfast is anything but boring at Snooze, An A.M. Eatery. With options ranging from savory to sweet, the last thing you’ll want to do is sleep in! Snooze serves innovative Eggs Benedicts and dessert-inspired pancakes that put a creative twist on America’s favorite breakfast classics. Creative morning cocktails are also available. Oh, and don’t miss the Pancake Flight where you can mix-and-match three flavors!
Originally founded as a food truck by Daniel Shemtob, The Lime Truck quickly became a local favorite as well as the winner of The Food Network's "Great Food Truck Race." Today, you can enjoy Daniel’s creations at TLT Food, including a delightfully twisted brunch menu from 11am to 3pm Saturday and Sunday. Drink bottomless mimosas for a $15. And be sure to try the Devil’s Quesadilla with prosciutto and scrambled eggs wrapped in a flour tortilla and topped with chipotle aioli and cotija cheese, served with a side of lime-sambal sauce.
Inspired by the coastal regions in the South of France, FIG & OLIVE is a favorite of celebrities from NY to LA. On the weekends it boasts a Mediterranean buffet with open-air garden lounge seating from 11am to 3:45pm. For every adult who pays $32 for the Riviera Buffet, a child (12 and under) gets to eat free. The spread features a charcuterie station, bread station and omelet station. Or you can order off a brunch menu. Don’t miss the South of France Poached Eggs with Salmon!
A favorite for coffee and pastries, Pain du Monde serves up light California fare and bakery treats in a casual, yet contemporary setting. Dine-in and enjoy breakfast served daily until 3pm. The popular Pesto & Eggs with two sunny side up eggs, Italian prosciutto, pesto and arugula on a parmesan twist is always a flavorful way to start your morning.
Red O is revered for its outstanding menu of authentic regional Mexican and lighter California-style dishes. Every Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm lucky guests can enjoy an amazing brunch courtesy of Bravo’s “Top Chef Masters” 2009 winner Chef Rick Bayless. The Chorizo Chilaquiles are the star of the menu – tortilla casserole in Colorado sauce with Mexican cheese, onion, cilantro and eggs.