Walter and Margarita Manzke's California-French eatery offers an artisanal breakfast menu on both weekdays and weekends. Over the years, the ever-changing pastry selection.
No detail counts at Destroyer, where ethereal presentation and high-quality ingredients combine for the most aesthetically pleasing breakfast in town.
Long-standing 101 Coffee Shop now gets a fresh coat of paint, a well-stocked pastry case and the care of the team behind Zack Hall and Clark Street Bakery.
A small bakery by Alexander Phaneuf and or Amsalm focused on naturally leavened bread, with three locations in Culver City, Woodland Hills and Pico-Robertson.
Although the ranch-to-table ethos may not generate as much buzz today, Salt Cure's pancake-oriented offshoot, Breakfast by Salt Cure.
The new, larger second location of Vivian Koo's beloved Silver Lake eatery offers a major menu upgrade.
Run by third-generation Little Tokyo local Glen Ishii, this cafe blends old and new traditions with equal parts Japanese-influenced breakfast fare.
If your ideal breakfast is on a greasy spoon, then this cash-only diner in downtown Culver City is the place for you.
For the past 40 years, John O'Groats has served up the best no-frills breakfast and lunch on the Westside, plus some of the best biscuits and fried chicken in town.