5 Indulgent and Gastronomical Breakfasts in Los Angeles

Breakfast is an underrated meal in most cities, but in Los Angeles, one of the last time zones in the world, there are several spots that offer gastronomic, intriguing and indulgent bites for those who like to leisurely enjoy their mornings.


The Blvd at Beverly Wilshire
@theblvdbw
@beverlywilshire
While in a sceney destination (hint, Pretty Woman was set here) in the enviable heart of Beverly Hills with legendary views of Rodeo Drive, THEBlvd Restaurant has immaculate cocktails and bites, and a flavorful, beautiful breakfast spread. Think green shakshuka, crab and egg white fritata, and a hand cut french toast with caramel pecan crumble. And the Bloody Mary, served in a glass shaped like an open can.


@bbcmcafe
With a peculiarly hysterical name, this spot has everything from breakfast to dinner with European influences. However, their colorful cappuccinos hit the art ball out of the park for prettiest lattes ever spotted! Indulgences also include a champagne flight, and a croissant breakfast sandwich which is a hot favorite.

Destroyer
@destroyer.la

The coffee machine is built into the counter and dishes like raw oatmeal and almond milk or turn into gastronomical abstract sci-fi art. Gastronomy lovers always enjoy Jordan Kahn's Nordic menu with the marketplace open for a variety of breads, porridges, breakfast and lunch bites, all served with ingredient surprises and Instagrammable plating views.

World famous Gjelina in Venice on the artsy Abbot Kinney Boulevard specializes in New American cuisine. While romantic and indulgent by evening, for breakfast try 9 grain pancakes with butter and maple syrup or warm banana buckwheat loaf with butter ... and always ask for jam of the day. There are also other gastronomic influences like Labneh on toast, Moroccan baked eggs and 7 grain porridge.

Make Out
@makeouteveryday
Inventively named Make Out, it promises a variety of plant based cold pressed juices, smoothies, superfood coffee elixirs and raw dishes and desserts for breakfast and pretty much all day. Our picks were the smoothies: the dragonfruit coconut smoothie, the turmeric orange one and the 'big bear' smoothie with almond butter and blueberries. For snacks, the coconut chips with avocado were a phenomenal take on guac-and-chips, and the avocado toast, kale salad and plant based 'sushi' rolls were the savory bites that pumped energy into the sunshine day. 


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