The Top 5 Party Brunches in Los Angeles

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Does the party really have to stop when Saturday night is over? We don’t think so. Here are the top spots to eat, drink (champagne), be merry and get your party brunch on come Sunday morning in the City of Angels.

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1 Bagatelle

For the ultimate in party brunches, head to Bagatelle, a spot that professes to be more than just a place for food, but a "lifestyle." Imagine champagne popping, sparklers, dancing on tables and a litany of who's who of Hollywood parading by you. Yes, this spot, which is an homage to the ritzy party spots in the South of France, truly keeps the party going all day long.
755 N La Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 (310) 659-3900

2 Cecconi's

Cecconi's may not be the typical "party" spot for brunch, but it's one where you'll certainly see the A-list partake in some well-heeled conversation, libations and confections. Everything from mushroom and fontina omelettes and meatballs with marinara to pizzettes are offered at this West Hollywood hotspot in a supremely elegant setting. Who says all parties have to be raucous to be fun?
8764 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069 (310) 432-2000

3 The Eveleigh

The Eveleigh is an Australian gastropub that serves both Australian and English fare, which makes it such a low-key location for an intimate, delicious brunch. Order a few craft brews along with your baked beans bacon, brown sugar, worcestershire, hot sauce and bubble & squeak’ -- corned brisket, fingerling potato & greens hash and a sunny side egg -- and let the morning take you where it may.
8752 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90069 (424) 239-1630

4 Little Next Door

The Little Next Door is a fun, more casual alternative to its upscale big sister The Little Door. Enjoy a plethora of mimosas or bellinis with your Parisian omelette of French white ham, gruyere and wild mushroom and let the good times roll.
8142 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048 (323) 951-1010

5 Fig

While the Bungalow is the clear answer to Santa Monica's nighttime scene, Fig, also located at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows, is the obvious answer for daytime fun. Things could get truly rowdy if you mix them up a little, so we advise you sweeten your daily deal by pairing the Bacon Waffle a la Mode with Trockenbeerenauslese syrup and bacon ice cream with a boozy Grand Slam: bacon-infused bourbon, maple syrup, lemon and egg white.
101 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 319-3111
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