Dia de Campo

Restaurants, Seafood Hermosa Beach
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Dia de Campo
Photograph: Courtesy Dia de Campo

Part surf lodge, part taqueria, Dia de Campo brings a flavor of Mexico to Hermosa Beach, with seasoned partners Chef Tin Vuong (Little Sister) and Jed Sanford behind the concept. A raw seafood bar tempts diners looking for fresh-from-the-sea fare, while plancha pork belly, short rib empañadas and chimichangas fill the bellies of visitors craving traditional Mexican food. And, of course, there is brunch: tequila flights and Bloody Marias pair with camp-fire pancakes with spiced yogurt, black plum and pistachio.

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Venue name: Dia de Campo
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Address: 1238 Hermosa Ave
Los Angeles
90254
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 5-10pm; Thu 5pm-12:30am; Fri 3pm-1am; Sat, Sun 11-1am
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I love brunch. Like, my best friend and I go to brunch every month, and we always try to visit a new venue to test their service, food quality, and bottomless beverage options. Dia de Campo has a prime location, just one block from the beach in Hermosa. Though there's no ocean view, it's great people watching if you sit at one of the front tables by the sidewalk. With a reservation, we were seated immediately and our bottomless mimosas came steadily with little to no prompting, always a plus in my book.Given the restaurant's name, no surprise that the food skews latin but with a contemporary twist. I had the Dia Beni. I'm a huge fan of hollandaise and the combination of that sauce with pork belly was pretty delicious. The restaurant has a very chill, family-friendly vibe, which is nice on a street that can skew a bit too boozy at times.