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The Best Bottomless Brunch in Los Angeles

On the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Hudson Boulevard, you’ll find this casual Hollywood eatery known for its straightforward daytime fare and daily $22 bottomless mimosas. Decadent breakfast sandwiches made with bacon and truffle cheese, multiple kinds of eggs Benedict and a Grand Marnier French toast topped with fresh orange slices—Eat This knows what the people truly want on a sunny weekend afternoon, and they do it all pretty well.
— Written by Patricia Kelly YeoContributor Ramona SavissMonday April 15 2024
Add this to your list of upcoming brunch plans. Eat This Cafe is a true LA gem. With so many different brunch options like the Flaming Breakfast Burrito, Avocado Toast, Buttermilk Pancakes, French Toast, Lox Bagels, and more, you’ll leave dying to come back to try something else.
— Sariah MCDonald
Eat This Café - Grand Mariner French Toast
Eat This Café - Corner - Signage
Despite its rather demanding name, Eat This is a comforting little sidewalk cafe on Santa Monica Boulevard’s theater row. All of their sandwiches and salads are way better than they should be, and the bright space is a much-needed respite from another day of weird auditions that you don’t feel like discussing with anyone.
— Brant Cox
Most famous for being that place you ate that sandwich at before your Windex commercial audition, Eat This has surprisingly good food in a no-frills cafe setting.
— Brant Cox, Kat Hong, & Brett Keating
Eat This Café - Grand Mariner French Toast
Eat This Café - Corner - Signage
When you want to visit a more casual spot for brunch in LA, Eat This Cafe should be your go-to. This counter serve spot offers sandwiches, salads, and brunch, all of which are quite popular among locals
— Ryan F.
Brunching is not a trend or merely a portmanteau designed for late risers. It’s a tradition, a social ritual and an essential antidote to a neverending Saturday night. In fact, it can be traced all the back to an 1896 issue of Punch, a beloved British publication. Over the years, it’s evolved from the sweet and savory spread into a culture where you gather with good company and bask in merriness until reaching the perfect point of satiety…
— Ashlyn D.
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Eat This Café - Grand Mariner French Toast

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