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There’s often nothing better than a long weekend lie-in followed by a leisurely brunch under the warm SoCal sun. Here are OROGOLD’s picks of some of LA’s best brunch spots, but be warned, you may need a post-brunch nap afterwards!

Superba Food + Bread
While Superba Food + Bread may not have had their doors open for that long, they quickly earned themselves the reputation of being one of the best brunch spots in the city. Their brunch menu is divided into two parts; ‘breakfasty’ and ‘lunchy’, offering a great combination of both sweet and savory dishes. From the jam of the week to the house cured tequila gravalax to the refreshing brunch cocktails, the dishes served up are both innovative and comforting at the same time – exactly what OROGOLD looks for when it comes to brunching in LA.

Dudley Market
Dudley Market is another newcomer on the Los Angeles brunch scene, and focuses on an ingredient-driven menu, making the most of local and seasonal ingredients. The kitchen opens as early as 8 am on weekends, with the brunch menu served until 3 pm. The menu is quite succinct, with some of OROGOLD’s favorite dishes being the French omelette served with a whole fried soft shell crab, as well as the olive oil poached tuna, served with an egg and a delicious herbed aioli.

Huckleberry Cafe & Bakery
The Huckleberry Cafe & Bakery on Wilshire Boulevard opened in 2009, and, if you visit the restaurant for a weekend brunch, you are likely to end up waiting in a queue outside the restaurant for a while. However, OROGOLD promises that the wait will be worth it, as everything served up by the restaurant is made on site, usually from the highest quality farm-fresh ingredients. Their brunch menu features a combination of classic dishes with innovative specials, and the menu changes each week, with dishes created based on seasonal ingredients currently available. OROGOLD highly recommends ending your meal with one of the restaurant’s signature freshly baked pastries, as well as taking a couple home with you to enjoy later in the day.

The Tasting Kitchen
While The Tasting Kitchen is usually somewhere that you would tend to go for a special occasion, the restaurant’s brunch menu is much more affordable, and is offered from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm every weekend. Their menu offers a variety of dishes, from breakfast classics with a twist to bigger meals. OROGOLD recommends trying the tomato braised egg with polenta, as well as the short rib hash served with a baked egg and gremolata. The restaurant also offers a Brunch Drinks menu, featuring wines, beers and cocktails that work well with the brunch dishes.

Each of the LA brunch spots that OROGOLD has mentioned puts plenty of thought and character into their dishes, resulting in a brunch that is like no other. In addition to their high-quality ingredients and innovative recipes, each of these restaurants has a lively yet relaxing atmosphere, and are places that OROGOLD is sure that you will return to time and time again.

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