Trendy Brunch Spots in Town | L.A. Eats

If there is one thing you can expect here in town, it’s superb trendy brunch spots! With so many options popping up, it’s tough to keep tabs. Check out our recommendations below of the top trendy brunch spots to enjoy this weekend and beyond.

ReMix Kitchen Bar

Location: 3860 Worsham Ave, Long Beach, CA 90846

At Remix Kitchen and bar, you’ll find more than just a trendy brunch spot. Classic brunch fare is prepared with Filipino flare at chef Ross Pangilinan’s Remix in Long Beach. From wagyu loco moco to an ube ice cream-topped french toast, this brunch is meant to perk up palates.

Asterid by Ray Garcia

Location: 141 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Make your way to Walt Disney Concert Hall for brunch at Asterid. This trendy brunch spot features small- and large-format plates of California-inspired cuisine. Enjoy dishes like mushroom hash, oxtail with tortilla spaetzle, and short rib bibimbap. To drink, there are cocktails, wines, and specially curated buckets of canned cocktails, wines, and beers from bar director Chris Chernock.

The Lonely Oyster

Location: 1320 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90026

An Echo Park newcomer, this trendy brunch spot has already gained a fervent following for its oysters, seafood towers, and good vibes. Indulge in dishes like salmon benedict with caviar, wagyu with eggs, and lemon ricotta pancakes. Since the restaurant is owned by Little Joy Cocktails’s Don Andes, expect to see the bar’s bloody mary mix Sister Mary on the menu.

Levant Bistro + Bake Shop

Location: 2112 Sunset Blvd Suite JKL, Los Angeles, CA 90026

Levant Bistro began as a food blog for Anita Khalek to share her family’s and her own recipes, with dishes inspired by countries surrounding the Mediterranean. The gluten-free restaurant, which sources organic ingredients, offers dishes like merguez sausage flatbread, farinata (a baked chickpea torte) with sweet onions and roasted carrots, and shakshuka. Make sure to also browse the pastry case for some goodies as well.

Madre! Oaxacan Restaurant and Mezcaleria

Location: 1261 Cabrillo Ave STE 100, Torrance, CA 90501

Known for its stellar mezcal selection and Oaxacan cuisine, Madre launched brunch at its Torrance and West Hollywood locations. The menu, which includes several vegetarian options, is available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hearty appetites will appreciate the barbacoa de borrego (lamb) served with consome, salsa, black bean paste, and tortillas.

Mother Tongue Restaurant

Location: 960 N La Brea Ave 4th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90038

Mother Tongue is as LA as it gets: a healthy restaurant from chef-restaurateur Michael Mina (Bourbon Steak, Bungalow Kitchen) on top of luxe fitness club Heimat in Hollywood. Its new brunch, available Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., comes in the form of a $39 two-course prix-fixe meal. Dubbed “Weekend Ritual,” diners can make a selection between items like shiitake mushroom larb and striped bass crudo, to egg sando and shakshuka. It also boasts an unlimited rosé offering for $30 per person.