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They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. With the wide selection of delicious spots in every neighborhood around L.A., you should have no problem finding a great one to visit to start your day. But, which ones are the best? From waffles to pancakes to oatmeal and eggs, it can be overwhelming in such a large cosmopolitan city to figure out where you should go. So, in honor of national breakfast month (September), we’ve put together the definitive list of the best breakfast spots to hit around L.A.

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(credit: Sandee T./Yelp)


Square One Dining
4854 Fountain Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90029
(323) 661-1109
www.squareonedining.com

Nestled in a quiet side street in Hollywood with a charm of a bungalow home is Square One Dining. At Square One Dining, they put care into their food by sourcing only the highest quality meals using local ingredients. By doing so, they’ve created a loyal following that keeps people flowing through the door throughout the week. The breakfast, which is served all day, is definitely one of the highlights here. From omelets, to benedicts, classic egg dishes, pancakes and french toast, you certainly won’t find it hard to find something you like here. Our favorites include their baked egg dishes which come with two farm fresh eggs served in a cast iron skillet with country toast. Choose from either the braised mustard and collard greens with mushrooms and gruyere on grits or the chorizo, gruyere cheese with tomato, onions, tortilla, roasted bell peppers and salsa. Other great options include their delicious french toast which comes with four slices.

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BLD
7450 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 930-9744
www.bldrestaurant.com

Easily hailed as one of Los Angeles’ most favorite breakfast and brunch spots, BLD always has a line out the door. And for good reason. The food here is as dependably good as it comes. With a modern approach to egg dishes like their fried egg sandwich, or their three bean huevos rancheros, you really can’t go wrong with whatever you order. Served from 8am to 3pm, breakfast here also includes favorites like their eggs Benedict (choose from several different options including vegan, classic, braised pork, etc) as well as their frittata’s and house made pastries.

Related: Best Brunch in LA

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Cecconi’s
8764 Melrose Ave
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 432-2000
www.cecconiswesthollywood.com

For a more upscale brunch spot, you’ll want to visit this classy West Hollywood outpost which offers delicious dishes like their baked eggs and their panettone French toast. If you’re more of the traditional type, they also offer fruit and cereal including seasonal fruit with greek yogurt and homemade granola with yogurt. A slew of baked goods ranging from croissants to bagels and crepes also stand out on the menu. All in all, you’ll find a long list of traditional, yet delicious breakfast items at this eatery.

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Huckleberry Cafe & Bakery
1014 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 451-2311
www.huckleberrycafe.com

When it comes to the first meal of the day, this Santa Monica hotspot knows what they’re doing. Serving breakfast between 8am and 11am, Huckleberry Cafe & Bakery offers homemade artisan breads, pastries, egg dishes, and more from locally sourced ingredients. Here, patrons swear by the breakfast porridge with barley, sliced almonds, apples, brown sugar and cinnamon as well as their housemade granola, the green eggs and ham, and the fried egg sandwich. And, if you’re in the mood for a simple and smaller breakfast, try one of their delicious breakfast pastries including croissants, muffins, crostata’s and cinnamon rolls.

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(credit: Anthony N./Yelp)


Farmshop
225 26th St
Santa Monica, CA 90402
(310) 566-2400
www.farmshopca.com

Located in the Brentwood Country Mart, Farmshop is not just a pretty restaurant. In fact, Farm Shop delivers one of the best breakfasts around. Although this is one of the higher end spots to go to in the city, prices aren’t expensive ($15 for most full meals). Serving amazing dishes such as their coddled eggs with smoked salmon, mushroom conserva and brioche toast or their French Toast, anything you order here will be tasty.

What are your favorite breakfast spots in LA? Share in the comments below!

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