Sunday is known for many great things: football, family dinners, and best of all, brunch. Brunch is the one time during the week that we are permitted to languish in the sun, eat sugary carbs, and drink expensive cocktails all day. For some Sunday fun, check out our picks for the top 5 posh brunch locations in Los Angeles.
1 The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel
Sit on the patio and listen to live jazz while you enjoy a posh brunch at this special spot. The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel is a landmark for breakfast enthusiasts. You’ll find everyone there from Hollywood celebrities to your next-door neighbors. Although they serve everything from breakfast to dinner, The Polo Lounge is known for their stylish Sunday Brunch. The menu has everything from decadent French toast to egg dishes garnished with caviar. Try one of their specialty cocktails or have a classic mimosa made with the best champagne. If you’re looking for a delicious meal with that old Hollywood feel, look no further than The Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel.
2 The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills
Located inside the The Peninsula Beverly Hills, The Belevedere is the premiere brunch spot that beams excellence and elegance. It is the only restaurant in Southern California that has been awrded the AAA Five Diamond Award for 17 concencutive years. Make sure to try their famous "Egg in Hole"- which is one egg cooked inside of brioche toast with turkey sausage and fontina
3 Four Seasons Beverly Hills
Inside the Four Seasons Beverly Hills, Culina, Modern Italian features LA's only crudo bar, a spacious patio, two lounges, a contemporary dining room and two private rooms for entertaining. Outside, a spacious patio features a unique fire-water fountain. Set amid a stunning indoor-outdoor design that blends simplicity with elegance, Culina, Modern Italian is the perfect brunch spot
Brunch with a breathtaking view? Yes, please. Geoffrey’s is known for their outdoor seating and the beautiful view of the Malibu beach that customers get to enjoy while dining. Their diverse menu is infused with many different flavors and dishes; whether you feel like a mushroom omelet, filet mignon, or lobster ceviche, this place has it all. This authentic oceanside eatery is worth checking out. Call or visit their website for more details and reservations.
5 The Ivy
If you’re looking for American cuisine with a posh twist, this is the place. Known for their celebrity patrons and decadent dishes, The Ivy is a favorite of ours for brunch in Los Angeles. The outdoor patio with its white picket fence, large fringed umbrellas, and exposed brick makes customers feel like they’re sitting in a cozy cottage. Scones are served promptly at every table but don’t fill up on them – save room for one of their delicious omelets. Stop by this place on a Sunday, sip on a yummy cocktail, and enjoy the haute Los Angeles atmosphere.