Finally, great Los Angeles is getting decent weather for the most part. While it’s currently “spring”, we have had a lot of rain since January and when it’s not raining, it’s been pretty chilly! While I am skeptical that we are truly heading into spring and the lovely weather Californians typically get, it’s time to start having lunch outdoors and going out to brunch on the weekends. That’s often the best time to meet up with friends and/or family to catch up with the news as well as relax with a great meal at Granville West Hollywood.
Whether you’re coming straight from Sunday morning yoga, recovering from a long night out, or having a leisurely morning with a big group of friends, Granville invites you to Come as You Are for brunch every Saturday and Sunday from opening until 2 pm.
Below are some wonderful dishes that are exactly what your weekend mood needs, whether you enjoy them on the patio or in the sun-filled restaurant:
Hotcakes, toast, traditional eggs + potatoes + bacon, French toast!
- Kick your weekend off right with the Village Breakfast. With two eggs (scrambled/sunny/over), potatoes, whole wheat toast and either chicken, pure cane bacon or linguisa sausage, you’ll have a taste of everything you love.
- Indulge in the fresh and flavorful Chilaquiles, made with crispy tortilla, ancho chipotle jackfruit, roasted pepitas, avocado cilantro sauce, poblanos, mushrooms, red bells, jack cheese (v), green & red onion, and lime vinaigrette.
Pork Belly with greens and fried egg
- Share the love with shareables for the table such as the Smoked Salmon Spread & Rye Crisps or the Heavenly Hotcakes.
El Gaucho Salad.
- Treat yourself to the Pumpkin Chai Pancakes, with candied pecans and brulee’d orange, or the Village French Toast made with brioche, almond & orange zest, pure maple syrup, and powdered sugar prove that batter is always better.
And it’s not a true brunch experience without Granville’s handcrafted cocktails, including Village Mimosas for the table or the Wake N’ Bacon, a brunch cocktail made with bulleit rye, chocolate stout maples syrup, lemon juice, egg whites, garnished with a crispy strip of pure cane bacon.
Definitely worth making a date to meet up with friends and/or family at Granville West Hollywood! Other locations include: Burbank, Pasadena and Studio City.
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