Ledlow, Dudley Market & Bourbon Steakhouse – LA Eater

Ledlow, Dudley Market & Bourbon Steakhouse – LA Eater

The Hottest Brunch Spots in Los Angeles, August 2015

There’s nothing better than a great brunch to either kick off, or cap the weekend’s festivities. Saturday and Sunday mornings (and often afternoons) are prime time for weekend dining warriors to grab a bloody mary, mimosa, or bellini, and drink away the hours with friends and family under the SoCal sun. Here now, a mix of some of the best brunch spots in Los Angeles, updated for summer.

16 Ledlow

Already a fantastic place for weekday brunch, Josef Centeno’s newest Downtown eatery has a more extended morning (and early afternoon) menu on the weekends that highlights everything from ricotta cornmeal pancakes to deviled eggs and ham. A more substantial shrimp & grits or fried chicken club sandwich is available for those who want to forgo eating for the rest of the day.

400 S Main St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 687-7015

23 Dudley Market

This brand new restaurant just steps from the beach comes via Conner Mitchell and chef Jesse Barber, preparing a handy brunch menu boasting pancakes with lemon curd, a spicy harissa and creme fraiche potato hash, or a French omelet filled with softshell crab. Come as early as 8 a.m. on weekends. [Photo: Wonho Frank Lee]

9 Dudley Ave
Venice, CA 90291
(424) 744-8060

24 Bourbon Steak

This Glendale steakhouse has a big weekend brunch for that time when you need to go all out. Consider the lobster “louie” roll with olives, asparagus, and avocado with louie dressing, or an Americna wagyu flat iron steak with mascarpone scrambled eggs or duck fat fries. The star of brunch might be the complementary canape cart, which serves small sweet and savory bites.

237 S Brand Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 91204
(818) 839-4130
Source: LA Eater