The Scoop: BrunchesBy: Julissa Rodriguez
Who doesn’t love crispy bacon, fluffy pancakes, fresh fruit and a mimosa? West Hollywood has a variety of choices for your breakfast needs, from comfort foods to vegan dishes and even burgers.
Here is a taste of what WeHo has to offer for Brunch throughout the week.
Eveleigh: Enjoy brunch on the patio at the Eveleigh. Choose from delicious menu items like spelt hot cakes, avocado toast and the big breakfast. Make sure you try the truffle fries and order some tea from their tea menu.
Salt’s Cure: Try the 2x2x2 (eggs, bacon, sausage) with pancakes, the veal hash or the steak n’ eggs every weekend at Salt’s Cure.
House of Blues Gospel Brunch: The world-famous Gospel Brunch will entertain your entire family. The all-you-can-eat buffet includes some southern specialties you can’t miss out on. Pecan caramel sticky buns, cornbread muffins with maple butter, homemade biscuits and gravy are just some of the delicious menu items you can try. The Gospel Brunch is every Sunday at The House of Blues.
Hugo’s: For a no-guilt breakfast head over to Hugo’s. Enjoy fresh, organic ingredients as well as vegan and gluten-free menu items. Try the pumpkin pancakes, almond energy pancakes or the roasted pineapple-coconut pancakes.
The Hudson: If you are looking for a hearty meal that will help you recover from a long night out, visit The Hudson. Try the Chicken and Waffles, Green Eggs and Ham or the Hangover Burger. If you want to continue the party, go for the bottomless mimosas for only $15.
Saddle Ranch: Brunch is served every day at Saddle Ranch with bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s. And don’t pass up the basket of warm buttermilk biscuits and jalapeno corn bread muffins!
Taste: Whether you try the brioche french toast, the braised short rib hash or the crab cake benedict, you will surely love Taste. Go for the two-course prix fixe menu or a la carte dishes. Most importantly, bottomless mimosas for $15.
Lola’s: Weekend Brunch at Lola’s has blueberry banana pancakes, brioche french toast, martinis and a mimosa bar. For something lighter, try the freshly brewed Loose Leaf Moroccan Mint Tea.