Did Someone Say Brunch? The weekend is here!
Brunch is always in! These 3 Beverly Hills brunch locations will excite your taste buds and also leave you feeling refreshed. We all know that brunch is a light meal typically enjoyed before 2 p.m., right?
What is not commonly known is that while brunch has been around since the 1930s, it did not become popular until the late 1990s. While this meal was typically only enjoyed by men during the early ‘90s, it has become a more popular go-to meal with friends.
Regardless of its expansive history, if you love brunch, Beverly Hills is a destination that you have to visit to enjoy gastronomy at its finest.
3 Brunch Musts around Beverly Hills
The restaurant opened its doors in 1997 and has been providing the Beverly Hills community with great service and delicious foods. Their menu offers beer, specialty cocktails and wine by the glass or the bottle making this a restaurant that can be enjoyed in a group setting or solo while reading a book. It’s located within walking distance from Rodeo Drive, making it a prime location for dining and shopping.
This lovely bakery-restaurant has reopened its doors once again after months of being closed due to COVID-19. Currently, they offer take-out service only. However, their wide selection varies from brunch items to dinner. The restaurant prides itself on being socially responsible by having free-range and organic certified chicken. Their granola parfait and organic steel-cut oatmeal with berries are perfect for a light breakfast or side brunch item. Visit one of Le Pain’s 12 locations in Los Angeles.
Located inside the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills Hotel, this rooftop gem offers amazing food and a gorgeous view with a loft-style ambiance. If you are looking for something on the lighter side, the Chia Bowl is a go-to. Otherwise, the Eggs Benedict with Smoked Salmon is something that will keep you full for more than a few hours.
Which type of brunch goer are you?
There are two types of people. There are those who wake up early in the morning, have some coffee and get started with their day. The other type of person likes to sleep in until the day warms up a bit. So how do you get both of these people together for a meal? Well, by having brunch of course!
There are also two types of brunch goers, the Mimosa type and …
the foodie type… that focuses on the pairing. If you believe that brunch is about finding the perfect pairing, then you are the foodie type, looking to have the best of both worlds. This meal is sure to please even the pickiest eaters, offering avocado toast, salads, and sandwiches to eggs benedict and burgers. Beverly Hills is a destination that you have to visit if you absolutely love brunch.