This San Marino institution, which the late Susan Campoy opened in 1985 and daughter Julie now steers, remains one of LA’s best places to grab breakfast. Diners gravitate towards the charming plant-lined patio with exposed rafters and fans to combat the San Gabriel Valley heat, where they can dig in to Julienne's tempting pancakes. The whole grain and oat pancakes ($12.50) involve hearty whole-wheat discs created with flour, buttermilk, heavy cream, butter, brown sugar and oats. A trio’s topped with chopped pecans, sweet tart dried cranberry, powdered sugar and a spicy scoop of crystallized ginger butter, which melts into the cakes. Pour from a pitcher of maple syrup and have at it.
2649 Mission St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 7am-3:30pm; Sat 7:30am-3:30pm|
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