5 Ideas for Mother’s Day Brunch in Los Angeles

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If you live in the Los Angeles area, there is no shortage of top-notch brunch locations for that special mom in your life. Treat her to a sit-down meal fit for a queen at one of these five city locations.

Ricotta blueberry pancakes with Berkshire maple syrup. Photo courtesy of BLD.

7450 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036

This West Hollywood eatery has a laid back vibe with a varied menu to suit every palate. As you might have guessed, the name stands for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but go ahead and go any time in between. They don’t take reservations, but you can certainly call about 30 minutes ahead and have your name added to the list. Their ricotta blueberry pancakes with Berkshire maple syrup are what keep people coming back for more.

Kay and Dave’s
9341 Culver Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90232


If you’re looking to add some spice to your Mother’s Day, check out Kay and Dave’s. This Mexican eatery in the heart of downtown Culver City

Kay and Dave’s Culver City Location. Photo courtesy of Kay and Dave’s.

serves up inventive takes on south of the boarder favorites with super fresh, organic ingredients. If you’re in the mood for a margarita, go ahead and branch out with one of their signature cocktails like the cucumber mint or watermelon ‘ritas.

448 S Hill St, Los Angeles, California 90013
213-802-1770 ‎

Treat mom to a French inspired rooftop brunch at Perch in Downtown Los Angeles. Her champagne glass will never be empty. Try the French toast with banana infused Vermont maple syrup and brown sugared bacon or the filet medallions with eggs, rosemary potatoes, and wild mushroom sauce.  Take in the unobstructed downtown views or lounge by one of their fireplaces.

M Street Kitchen
2000 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA

If you’re on the Westside, M Street Kitchen is a must if only for their crispy hash brown eggs benedict.  The restaurant’s onsite bakery turns out fresh from the oven treats daily. Check their website for the ever changing selection. Gluten free options are available as are a variety of vegetarian dishes. This place makes a mean bloody mary – if you’re in to that sort of thing. Otherwise, they’ve got a full coffee bar offering lattes, cappuccinos, espressos, ice-blended drinks and more.


Campanile on La Brea. Photo courtesy of Campanile.

624 S La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90036

This place is really a stand out for their excellent food and top notch service. It’s the most upscale of the above listed restaurants, but definitely worth the splurge. The cooking is California/Mediterranean inspired and ingredients come from local, organic farmers.

Try the farm fresh egg white omelet, the Scandia beef brisket hash or the house made granola and yogurt. And for all you movie buffs out there, the restaurant is housed in Charlie Chaplin’s former office building.




Moms, where are your favorite Los Angeles brunch spots?

Meet the Author | Christina Montoya Fiedler

Christina Montoya Fiedler is a Los Angeles native - born and raised. Before becoming a mom, and writing for various parenting sites so she could be home full time with her son, she was a publicist representing environmentally progressive architects and contractors - one of whom just finished building a home completely out of parts from a Boeing 747. Now that's cool!

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