Where to have New Year's brunch in L.A.

Enjoy your first meal of 2017 with a tasty New Year's brunch at any of these restaurants in Los Angeles
Photograph: Courtesy Stella Barra Hollywood
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No matter where you spend the last few hours of 2016—at a fancy New Year's Eve party, Grand Park in Downtown, or in front of the TV—we all owe it to ourselves to start 2017 off in the best way possible with a delicious New Year's brunch. Some of you may want to continue the party with endless drinks, live music and a photo booth, while others will be looking to cure your hangover with some comfort food. Regardless, there are many options for where to spend your first meal of 2017.

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New Year's brunch options

Cafe Birdie
Photograph: Courtesy Cafe Birdie
Restaurants, Californian

Cafe Birdie

icon-location-pin Highland Park
What: The cafe will be serving their popular Moroccan-spiced fried chicken, French toast with seasonal berries, crab cake eggs Benedict, caviar and more brunch items.

Price: À la carte

Reserve: 323-739-6928

Restaurants, Californian

Circa 55

icon-location-pin Beverly Hills

What: This beautiful and expansive New Year's brunch spread at Circa 55 includes an omelette station, carving station, salads and plenty of desserts. 

Price: $81 per adult, $31 per child (under 12)

Reserve: 310-887-6055

 

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Bars, Gastropubs

Hyperion Public

icon-location-pin Silver Lake
What: The Silver Lake and Studio City locations will be offering five varieties of bottomless mimosas, their crab and avocado omelette, chilaquiles and more.

Price: À la carte

Reserve: 323-761-6440
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Photograph: Anjali M. PInto
Restaurants, Californian

M Street Kitchen

icon-location-pin Santa Monica
What: This Santa Monica spot will be offering their regular brunch menu, but with a twist. Guests who dine in their pajamas will receive a gift certificate equal to the price of their meal to use for a future visit.

Price: À la carte

Reserve: 310-396-9145

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Restaurants, Mexican

Petty Cash Taqueria

icon-location-pin Beverly
What: Head to Petty Cash Taqueria for their annual Bartenders Brunch. There will be free champagne toast every hour on the hour, Mexican hot chocolate, live music, a photo booth and plenty of Mexican food.

Price: À la carte

Reserve: Walk-ins only
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Red O Santa Monica
Photograph: Courtesy Red O
Restaurants, Mexican

Red O Santa Monica

icon-location-pin Santa Monica
What: Red O Santa Monica wants your first brunch of 2017 to be epic, with a brunch menu that features chilaquiles, three different omelette dishes, lobster Benedict, buttermilk pancakes and $20 endless drinks.

Price: À la carte

Reserve: 310-458-1600

 

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Restaurants, Californian

Salt's Cure

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What: Dine on their popular brunch menu items like the 2x2x2 with eggs, sausages and bacon or their classic oatmeal griddle cakes.

Price: À la carte

Reserve: 323-465-7258
Restaurants, Pizza

Stella Barra

icon-location-pin Hollywood
What: Both the Hollywood and Santa Monica locations will be offering $10 bottomless drinks and their classic brunch menu with breakfast pizzas, Belgian waffles, omelettes and more. Dine in your pajamas and get a gift certificate equal to the price of your meal for a future visit.

Price:
 À la carte

Reserve: 323-301-4001
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Restaurants, Contemporary American

Trés by José Andrés

icon-location-pin La Cienega
What: The elegant brunch at Trés includes a complimentary glass of cava and features prime rib eye, porchetta, salmon, caviar, chilled seafood and more.

Price: $85 per person

Reserve: 310-246-5551 

 

Looking for New Year's events that won't break the bank?

Grand Park New Year's Eve LA.
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Things to do

Free things to do for New Year's in LA

After spending more than $100 on a ticket to a party last year, you don't want to spend another dime on New Year's Eve. We don't blame you. Here is a list of free things to do for New Year's in L.A.

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