Start your weekend off right at these vegan hot spots!
Grabbing brunch with friends is one of our favorite pastimes! Because who doesn’t love an excuse to enjoy breakfast foods and mimosas with your besties? If you’re looking for a new spot to hit up this weekend, check out this list of the best vegan brunch restaurants in Los Angeles.
Nic’s On Beverly
With innovative dishes, refreshing cocktails, and great service, this spot can’t be beaten! Whether you choose to sit in the gorgeous outdoor patio or sophisticated dining room, expect a wonderful experience from start to finish. The Breakfast Burrito and Benedict are our go-tos!
Long Beach, Costa Mesa & Loz Feliz (coming soon)
For a rich and hearty vegan brunch, head over to Seabirds Kitchen! This plant-based eatery serves up all sorts of droolworthy dishes. Their Biscuit Bomb is a popular menu item to order. It’s a rosemary cheddar biscuit breakfast sandwich with seasoned tofu, maple-fennel tempeh, baby spinach, aji yolk sauce, and a sweet maple drizzle. Mmm!
Little Pine is one of the most popular brunch restaurants in Los Angeles! It features a huge patio and an extensive vegan menu. From breakfast sandwiches, omelets, and avocado toast to pancakes and croissants, each dish is packed with flavor.
West Hollywood & Redondo Beach
Did you know this highly acclaimed vegan Italian restaurant offers brunch? Well, now you do! Pura Vita’s weekend brunch offerings include “Nutella” Pancakes, Brioche French Toast, Frittatas, and more. And if you’re like us, you’ll want to pair a latte or mimosa with your meal.
Wake up and smell the vegan chicken & waffles! The family-owned Flore Vegan is one of the most beloved brunch restaurants in Los Angeles. Why? Because they serve up sweet and savory vegan breakfast dishes with compassion and kindness. To sum it up—good food, good mood!
You can brunch at this vegan restaurant no matter what day of the week! Our favorite thing to order from Margo’s daily brunch menu is the Jumbo French Toast Sticks. The dish is made from thick slices of custard-soaked brioche with fruit and maple syrup on top.
Beverly Grove & Calabasas (coming soon)
If you’re celebrating a special occasion, this high-end eatery is the perfect destination. Because where else can you find vegan Khachapuri, Stuffed French Toast, and an Impossible Breakfast Sausage Burrito? Only at Crossroads Kitchen!
Real Food Daily
West Hollywood & Pasadena
Whether you’re looking to fuel up after a morning hike, recover from a hangover, or simply indulge in a good meal, Real Food Daily is the place for you. The epic breakfast platter, called The Weekender, is a good first choice. It includes tofu scramble, two pieces of pancakes or French toast, tempeh bacon or chipotle sausage, and hash browns or fruit.
The Wild Chive
As a pop-up, The Wild Chive’s first claim to fame was its vegan Monte Cristo. And now that the business has expanded to a brick-and-mortar, that dish is still a top hitter. The savory grilled cheese and ham balance out the sweet strawberry jam and maple syrup. But the most iconic element of this sandwich is the caramelized potato French toast.
Sage Vegan Bistro
Agoura Hills, Culver City, Echo Park, & Pasadena
Are you in search of an uber-sustainable vegan brunch restaurant in Los Angeles? Sage Vegan Bistro partners with local farmers to source organic, non-GMO ingredients to use in their meals. They stock a wide range of breakfast dishes—sweet and savory, light and hearty, gluten-free and gluten-filled. If you can’t make it to Sage on the weekend, they offer breakfast on weekdays from 9-11am.