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Baked lemon pancake with Meyer lemon custard at Canelé
Photograph: Courtesy Canelé
Photograph: Courtesy Canelé
Photograph: Courtesy Canelé
Photograph: Courtesy Canelé
French toast at Canelé
Photograph: Courtesy Canelé
Fried chicken hash at Canelé

This tightly-packed, intimate dining space (which includes a 10-seat communal table) serves inspired farm-to-table dishes like salt roasted branzino and duck confit, but it's chef Corina Weibel's weekend brunch that really makes the biggest impression: house-cured bacon, baked pancakes with meyer lemon custard, and Canelé's signature mascarpone-daubed French toast wedges will have you licking your plate (and those of your neighbors) clean.

Venue name: Canelé
Address: 3219 Glendale Blvd
Los Angeles

Opening hours: 5:30-10pm Tue-Wed; 5-10:30pm Thur-Fri; 10am-10:30pm Sat; 10am-10pm Sun
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Kate W

The food here is so fresh and tasty—especially brunch, which a nice mix of heavy indulgences and lighter, healthier fare. My biggest gripe with brunch is how they seat folks, letting a giant line build up outside and then only seating 10 or so tables every 20 minutes. I understand if they can't serve everyone right away, but I'd rather sit inside at a table with coffee than twiddle my thumbs outside in full view of a half-empty restaurant I'm not allowed into! Luckily, the food makes up for it, and dinner is amazing as well. If you like dessert, the cheesecake here is incredible.