Brunch is, doubtlessly, a favorite when it comes to traveling, and it’s especially important when you’re in Los Angeles – it’s basically a part of our culture. We’re full of amazing restaurants that serve brunch, and sometimes it’s hard to choose one to visit. Lucky for you, I’ve put together a short list of my favorite aesthetic, healthy, and environmentally friendly brunch locations around Los Angeles!
Coral Tree is probably the cutest cafe I’ve been to in Los Angeles because it has such a cozy and friendly environment. Everything on the menu is super healthy and organic, so you feel really good about yourself afterwards! The food is absolutely delicious; I had dark chocolate chip pancakes, and I’m honestly craving them right now just after thinking about it. A lot of people come here to do homework or have relaxed “business” meetings, so I would especially recommend visiting if you’re a student or just need to get some work done on your laptop. There’s a Coral Tree Cafe located in Beverly Hills and Brentwood, so you can see which one will be closer to you at the moment. I’ve only been to the one in Brentwood, and I love how it had huge glass windows that let in tons of natural light (great for pictures)!
This cafe, which is only in Santa Monica, serves a variety of different organic and healthy brunch foods. Everything is created from scratch, and they’re very well known for their crepes! I haven’t actually been to this restaurant (although, it is on my list), but I’ve heard great things from my friends who have visited. The cafe is super cute, and the pictures of the crepes online look heavenly!
You’ve most likely already heard about this restaurant a million times, but it’s definitely worth the visit! All of their food is 100% vegetarian, and a majority of it is also vegan and gluten-free. I tried the acai bowl when I visited, and it was delicious. The whole environment of the cafe is super welcoming and uplifting; they have the cutest plant decorations that fit the perfect “brunch aesthetic.” It’s located in Venice Beach, and it’s the perfect place to eat brunch before a long day of shopping in Santa Monica or just spending a relaxing day by the beach.
And those are my top three! I left links to each cafe’s website so you guys can check out the menus and learn more about the places. I hope this helped you find the perfect brunch location for your next trip to Los Angeles!
Thank you so much for reading, and I’ll see you in my next post!
< 3 Pauline