Brunch at République Los Angeles

You didn’t do your trip to Los Angeles if you didn’t do a solid brunch. While the city has plenty of great food options, the one thing that we certainly do perfectly is brunch. Recently a few of us here with the Glitterati gang found the need for some solid pastry and brunch food, but were a little short on time. Luckily, one of L.A.’s best French restaurants transforms on Saturday and Sunday mornings/early afternoons into a more casual (but no less delicious), brunch spot. Republique is known for its French food, bread, and pastries (DELICIOUS pastries), and their brunch definitely does not disappoint. To accommodate their many hungry guests, there is no reservation setting for their brunch.  Instead, Republique 

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Perfect Sunday Brunch in LA

Obviously there is no shortage of brunch spots in the heart of Los Angeles. Whether you are walking up and down the Sunset Strip, exploring Melrose Avenue, or living it up in Beverly Hills, you will find amazing food on almost every corner. If you find yourself looking for a relaxing brunch with a more local feel, you may want to venture a little bit off the beaten path east of Hollywood and into Silverlake and find yourself at the Lamill Coffee Boutique. Sitting just a short walk away from the Silverlake Reservoir, it is a beautiful venue with a casual ambiance and fantastic food. Whether you are looking for brunch with a mimosa, or a bold coffee brew, they 

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Brunch in Beverly Hills

Brunch in Beverly Hills ——————————- If there’s one thing we Angelenos thrive on, it’s leisurely dining. The one constant observation from guests during our private Beverly Hills and L.A. tours is, “Does anyone work in this town?” All the cafés are jam-packed with people enjoying their downtime. Just drive down 3rd Street with the tons of afternoon hotspots, or go by Urth Caffe on Melrose Avenue….morning, noon, or night, and see the throngs of L.A. folks having salads, lattes, or pastries at this see-and-be-seen corner location in West Hollywood. Brunch in Beverly Hills on the weekends is really something special. We just had the champagne and seafood-heavy brunch at The Peninsula, and it was AMAZING. ***NOTE: The service here is 

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