Best Boozy Brunches In Los Angeles

September 16, 2015 6:00 AM

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Late-night Saturdays usually result in lingering in bed on Sundays. After that second pot of coffee, it might be time to think about getting food, and maybe another round of drinks. Bottomless mimosas and make-your-own bloody mary carts are popular, but what draws the crowds to these five brunch spots in Los Angeles are the full range of brunch offerings and menus.
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The Churchill
8384 W 3rd St
West Hollywood, CA 90048
(323) 655-8384

West Hollywood’s The Churchill restaurant offers a terrific brunch with drinks galore to go along with it. Breakfast/brunch items include everything from acai and granola bowls, egg dishes, and short rib hash and eggs to a delicious breakfast sandwich, or their southern fried chicken n bacon studded waffle dish. Add in a cocktail list that’s just as impressive as their brunch menu, and you’re in for a real treat. Signature cocktails include their “punch you in the eye,” with kappa pisco, caramelized pineapple, lime and casis.

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2024 Sawtelle Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90025
(424) 273-6469

The Flores doors open for brunch beginning at 11am to 2pm on both Saturday and Sunday. Here guests sip bottomless mimosas for $18 until 2pm Located on the hip street of Sawtelle, Flores is run by Executive Chefs Angela Hernandez and Rob Lawson. The brunch menu includes a double BLT made with pork belly, crispy bacon and tomato jam (add a fried egg to it), a wild mushroom omelette featuring Italian grano padano and fine herbs, eggplant parmesan, tex mex migas and kale Caesar salad.

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Tart Restaurant
115 S. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 556-2608

Tart’s brunch is a delightful way to relax over the weekend. Next door to the down-home LA Farmers Daughter Hotel, TART welcomes city dwellers and visitors. Get your priorities straight and order a bottomless mimosa, which TART will keep pouring throughout the meal. To complement your drink order, check out some of TART’s signature brunch items: BTA Benedict; beer-braised shrimp and grits along with Andouille sausage, okra, maque choux and a sunny side egg; country fried steak; chicken and waffles with a house-made Tabasco sauce maple butter; and black truffle grilled cheese. Don’t forget to order the basket of biscuits, cheese grits and home fries to share.

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Rush Street
9546 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 837-9546

The build-your-own-bloody-mary bar definitely helps to cure those Sunday morning blues. Rush Street puts the creativity in its guests’ hands by offering a selection of gourmet olives, pickled vegetables, 10 varieties of hot sauces, three types of tomato juices, classic seasonings and garnishes. Bottomless marys are $20 and endless mimosas are also available. Rush Street is all about new American cuisine, and Executive Chef Dave Northrup changes up his menus seasonally, always making sure to use ingredients that are in season. The brunch menu offers hearty dishes such as grilled sirloin steak and eggs; blackened red-eye burger with applewood smoked bacon, a fried egg, sharp cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and hollandaise; chipotle carnitas hash sandwich; and classics including eggs any way you like and blueberry pancakes.

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The Wilshire
2453 Wilshire Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90403
(310) 586-1707

While a brunch buffet may be enough to lure you through the doors at The Wilshire, this spot also tempts you with a bottomless mimosa and bloody mary bar. It’s a modern brunch buffet ($35 per adult and $25 per child) at this local favorite. Chef de Cuisine Sal Garcia and his team add special nuances in their techniques and ingredients for a standout meal. Take your time along the buffet so you don’t miss out on dishes like crab benedict with tomato hollandaise, poached shrimp, brioche French toast and par baked croissants. You’ll also find an omelet station, charcuterie and cheese stations and, naturally, dessert options including coconut macaroons, cupcakes, cookies and fruit and berries with freshly whipped cream.

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Sheryl Craig is a writer with a passion for interesting finds and treasures in Los Angeles. She has a background in journalism and public relations. A mother of two daughters, Sheryl integrates her healthy lifestyle into raising her children. Her work can be found at

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