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The Saved by the Max pop-up space flips to West Hollywood Brunch Club

The new brunch-focused pop-up is only open on weekends.

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Stephanie Breijo
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West Hollywood’s ever-changing home to some of the city’s most popular pop-ups just added another attraction to its roster. The restaurant space that’s hosted concepts such as the Breaking Bad Experience and the IRL Good Burger just launched a new limited-run restaurant, one with a theme that’s less pop culture and more universal: brunch. 

West Hollywood Brunch Club kicked off over the weekend serving morning-into-afternoon fare cooked up by a few familiar faces. Running only on Saturdays and Sundays for the foreseeable future, it’s a weekend-only collab between Derek Berry, who helped bring us those TV and film pop-ups (as well as his company’s first big hit, the Saved by the Bell-inspired Saved by the Max restaurant); Brandoni Pepperoni pizza chef Brandon Gray (who recently contributed an essay to Time Out L.A.); and Eric Williams of Something Fun hot sauce; with menu appearances from Secret Lasagna chef Royce Burke and a rotating cast of bartenders.

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Gray, left, and WilliamsPhotograph: Courtesy West Hollywood Brunch Club

The menu is geared for dine-in on the front patio, which sits right along Santa Monica Boulevard, and includes lemon ricotta pancakes with berry compote; a sweet-and-spicy Jidori chicken breakfast sandwich; tater tot hash with grilled peppers and garlic; challah French toast; an egg-topped breakfast burger; oats with seasonal fruit; and even Burke’s legendary cheese-crisped breakfast burrito—one of the best breakfast burritos in the city, as a matter of fact—with prices hovering around $14 per dish. There’ll be plenty of cocktails on offer if you’re dining in, too, such as espresso old-fashioneds; mimosas available in blackberry, lavender, or classic orange variety; tequila spritzes; with curation by guest bartenders.

Not into drinking? The new Brunch Club also serves Dayglow Coffee and fresh juice. Not into dining in? You can pick up to-go options like Brandoni Pepperoni pizza kits, Secret Lasagna pasta kits, Something Fun hot sauces, fresh-baked sourdough and more.

Take a peek at the new West Hollywood Brunch Club, below, then make your weekend reservation online before dropping by.

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West Hollywood Brunch Club is now located at 7100 Santa Monica Blvd in West Hollywood, with hours of 10am to 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

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