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From breakfast pasta to dim sum, these Los Angeles brunch spots each bring something different to the table! With the help of local food bloggers, we bring to you the best brunch spots in Los Angeles. Today’s post features Anita Lau of diary of a MAD HUNGRY WOMAN, Howard Meyers of Consuming LA, Noms, Not Bombsand Feel My Sole.

Manhattan Beach Post 1142 Manhattan Ave, Manhattan Beach

“Everyone can enjoy the delicious fare of David Lefevre now. Their buttermilk cheddar biscuits are to die for and everything is so comforting and absolutely delightful, MB Post never fails to please.” –Anita Lau

Sunny Spot 822 Washington Blvd, Marina Del Rey

“Simply stated, Sunny Spot makes me happy. With its open air atmosphere, brightly-colored decor and, of course, chef Roy Choi’s island-inspired food, the place just feels like home. While perched atop a floral-patterned stool, bobbing your head to Bob Marley, you feel as though you could easily be on the North Shore of Oahu rather than a busy stretch of Venice near a laundromat, and that, braddah, is choice.” –Noms, Not Bombs

NBC Seafood Restaurant – 404 S Atlantic Blvd, Monterey Park

“My favorite kind of brunch involves dim sum and it doesn’t get much better than this dumpling mainstay in Monterey Park. It’s well worth the schlep out to the San Gabriel Valley.” –Consuming LA

Gjelina 1429 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice

“Well worth the long wait for a table at Gjelina. I’ve never been disappointed with the innovative and creative menu. Plus, their pizzas are seriously delicious.” –Anita Lau

Hugo’s 8401 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood

“Two words: Breakfast Pasta. Their Pasta Mama is an incredibly delicious concoction of spaghetti scrambled with eggs, garlic, parsley and parmesan cheese. The Pasta Papa adds bacon, turkey sausage and scallions to the mix. A spectacular way to start your weekend!” –Consuming LA

The Hart & Hunter – 7950 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles

“I’ve been here for dinner and weekday breakfast and loved both, but brunch is where it’s at! The biscuits are a must when dining here no matter what meal. They come with three different spreads. Try all three together or separately. I really like the pimento spread, spicy and cheesy! The biscuits are so buttery and soft, they are truly melt-in-your-mouth goodness.” –Feed My Sole

Editor’s Note: Angelenos, what did we miss? -KK

Posted by on May 22nd, 2013

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Marisa Miyasaki loves to mix and match different cuisines and believes Korean Tacos are just about the coolest thing ever invented. She is a devout foodhist and has a borderline-crazy obsession with taking pictures of nearly everything she eats. As Menuism's Community Manager, Marisa hopes to share her passion for food with the world- one hungry foodie at a time.

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