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The Mosaic Hotel, located in the heart of Beverly Hills, is conveniently located to the many unique attractions, nightlife and shopping destinations.

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10899 Wilshire Blvd, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90024 310-443-7000
Guide - Restaurants - Breakfast

The Restaurant at Hotel Bel-Air

701 Stone Canyon Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90077 310-472-5234

Description: BEL AIR. [The restaurant is closed until mid-2011 during hotel renovations.] Boasting elegant style and service in a world-class hotel, this LA favorite is a top choice for any meal. The beautiful dining room is a relaxed, serene spot in which to start the day, or you may prefer the lush terrace for your morning meal. Breakfast and brunch menus offer excellent traditional options, along with more opulent choices like lemon soufflé pancakes with raspberries, and omelets with smoked salmon and asparagus.
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The Griddle Cafe

7916 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90046 323-874-0377

Description: HOLLYWOOD. Regulars at The Griddle Cafe are used to long lines and a distinct lack of atmosphere, but with delights like chili and cheese omelets or "Apple Cobbler" French toast in mind, patrons wait contentedly for tables. Portions are truly enormous, so think twice before ordering platters like a strawberries-and-cream waffle (topped with sour cream) or the Caballero ­ eggs, cheese, potatoes, chiles, and chicken chorizo stuffed in a huge tortilla. With delicious food and a menu with a sense of humor, this local standby is worth the wait.
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Monte Alban

11927 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025 310-444-7736

Description: WEST LOS ANGELES. It's said that the true test of a restaurant's authenticity is its clientele ­ if expats eat there, it must be the real thing. Monte Alban is the real thing. Its strip-mall location may not be the most elegant, but the decor is warm and festive. Of course, the reason most people show up is for the food ­ specifically, for moles (sauces) that grace most dishes and send Oaxacan food lovers into spasms of pure delight. Whether you choose black, red, yellow, or green mole, you're sure to be satisfied. And if you're not sure what or how to order, the friendly staff are happy to point you in the right direction.
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Michel Richard

707 N Stanley Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046 310-275-5707

Description: MELROSE. In need of a pick-me-up? This patisserie features a glass case of delectable treats ­ from coffee custard eclairs to apricot tarts. Michel Richard creates extremely high-quality pastries and desserts using fresh, natural ingredients, including some organic ones. Dark chocolate truffles with Grand Marnier have a loyal following, as do sugar cookies, almond twists, and light-as-air palmiers. Sidewalk tables mean you don't have to travel far before you can dig in.
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Lotería! Grill

6333 W 3rd St, Farmer's Market, Los Angeles, CA 90036 323-930-2211

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. Hungry shoppers who chance upon this Mexican food stand during their wanderings through the Farmer's Market are delighted with its filling, authentic fare. Well-stuffed burritos, packed with beef, chicken, and pork, are just the beginning ­ albondigas (meatballs) in chipotle, tacos topped with zucchini and succotash, and even fresh cactus are a sampling of the appetizing fare available. Lime-aid, watermelon juice, and even hibiscus flower tea help wash it all down.
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Lemon Moon

12200 W Olympic Blvd, Westside Media Center, Los Angeles, CA 90064 310-442-9191

Description: WEST LOS ANGELES. Light, healthy, and quick, Lemon Moon is popular with local office workers for its Mediterranean-inspired salads and sandwiches. Opt for an exotic soup, like butternut squash puree, to accompany your choice of savory salads ­ Madras curried chicken, roasted beets and orange segments, rock shrimp ceviche, and roasted eggplant with feta and kalamata olives, for example. Don't forget about breakfast, when treats like herb-roasted vegetable omelets and an Italian egg bake with mozzarella, eggplant marinara, and basil are made evident.
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Le Pain Quotidien

9630 Little Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 310-859-1100

Description: BEVERLY HILLS. French for "Daily Bread," this café and bakery features warm, inviting European ambience and is a favorite haunt of models and celebrities. Even so, the establishment is not out to set trends or attract a fashionable crowd; rather, its main goal is to provide scrumptious, open-face sandwiches fashioned of items like smoked salmon, duck pâté, and fresh breads. After you've indulged in them, give yourself over to the cafe's delicious cakes, pastries, and baked goods too. A communal table is available, as are individual perches.
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3014 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006 213-427-0608

Description: KOREATOWN. Boasting an inventive menu, this small restaurant is big on taste (and spice)! Enjoy goodies like goat stew, mole, or crickets cooked to perfection. Laid-back casual atmosphere is punctuated by the warming smells of cinnamon and chile. Great breakfast stop as well.
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Cora’s Coffee Shoppe

1802 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401 310-451-9562

Description: SANTA MONICA. This reinvigorated 1920s coffee shop is a frequent morning hangout for area tourists, as well as for locals who know to snag a seat on the patio. A major draw is Cora's superb, if expensive, coffee ­ Illy is the brand of choice. If you're in the market for sustenance too, wonderful morning eats include extremely popular orange and blueberry pancakes, omelets, frittatas, and oatmeal. Lunch brings chicken arugula salad, polenta, and a Kobe beef burger. Great for a drink and snack or for something more substantial.
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1 Pico Blvd, Shutters on the Beach Hotel, Santa Monica, CA 90405 310-587-1707

Description: SANTA MONICA. Located directly off the beach, this lovely hotel restaurant draws folks with its stellar location and a striking decor that features abundant light and windows, not to mention a fresh, white-painted interior. Blue accents, framed black-and-white photos, and a relaxing patio also help set the scene. The restaurant, open all day, treats diners to a raw bar and plies them with sandwiches, salads, and pizzas. Main course fare includes broiled or grilled fish, a flat iron steak, baby back ribs, pan-fried pork chops, and pastas. An à la carte brunch offers lots of fresh options too.
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Papa Cristo’s

2771 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006 323-737-2970

Description: KOREATOWN. First appearances are deceiving here ­ the storefront does nothing to indicate the incredible Greek food and imported goods that inhabit this unassuming place. But the rack of lamb is near legendary, and gyros, Greek salads, and spanakopita are sublime. And with warm, friendly service and great prices, the place is tempting enough to provoke folks to eat here every day! Adjacent to the dining room is a shop with shelves of imported olive oils, cheeses, wines, and liquors.
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The Belvedere

9882 Little Santa Monica Blvd, The Peninsula Beverly Hills Hotel, Los Angeles, CA 90212 310-788-2306

Description: BEVERLY HILLS. This hotel restaurant is a choice dining option for superstars and power agents. A great New American menu features temptations like milk-fed poussin with English peas and truffled potato puree, butter-poached Maine lobster, and a roasted veal chop with morels and glazed sunchokes. The place is also a favorite for lunch or Sunday brunch, and service is outstanding. Reservations strongly recommended. Business dressy attire.
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Sweet Lady Jane

8360 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069 323-653-7145

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. Devoted diners flock to this 18-seat cafe for exceptionally creative desserts. Although triple berry cake is a local favorite, choices are extensive. Try a lemon tart, chocolate fudge blackout cake, or one of the many delectable cheesecakes or pastries. A real dessert-lover's paradise, Sweet Lady Jane also serves light lunches ­ soups, salads, and sandwiches. Whole cakes begin at $35 for a 6" round.
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Kings Road Cafe

8361 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048 323-655-9044Visa,Master Card

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. This cafe with its adjoining bakery is an inviting place for a lingering weekend respite. The streetside patio affords excellent people-watching opportunities and is a sunny place ideal for sipping endless cups of notoriously strong coffee. Brewed coffee, espressos, macchiatos, cappuccinos, lattes, mochas, and hot teas are on the menu and can be flavored with sweet vanilla (or an organic soy substitute). Indulge in biscotti, muffins, croissants, scones, or even vanilla bean crème brûlée as well.
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John O’Groats

10516 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064 310-204-0692

Description: BEVERLY HILLS. This cottage-style eatery in Rancho Park offers an array of breakfast treats, from traditional to downright unique. Delicious options include oatmeal, pancakes, and biscuits, plus some unusual, delicious egg-and-potato dishes. Breakfast specialties include huevos O'Groats, cilantro potato pancakes and eggs, and eggs benedict with crab cakes. Lunch is also a terrific prospect. Don't let the wait deter you from coming, and if you're alone, claim a seat at the counter. Near Rancho Park Golf Course.
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Joan’s on Third

8350 W 3rd St, West Hollywood, CA 90048 323-655-2285

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. Known primarily for its superb catering business, this tidy little spot also does a bustling take-out business at lunch and dinner (there's a handful of tables for folks who prefer to eat in). Apricot-glazed ham and brie make for a delicious and unusual sandwich, while tarragon chicken salad with field greens and Joan's own vinaigrette is a light, healthy choice. There are almost as many dessert options as lunch entrees ­ take a sugared molasses cookie or a marshmallow cream-filled chocolate cupcake back to the office for the afternoon ahead.
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9291 Burton Way, Raffles L'Ermitage Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 310-278-3344

Description: BEVERLY HILLS. This beautifully designed restaurant offers excellent service and a delightful Continental menu. Starters include heirloom tomato carpaccio, a flight of caviar, and the 45 Dollar Salad, which comes with lobster, caviar, foie gras, black truffles, white asparagus, and a host of other top-shelf ingredients. Entrees include seared veal with fava beans and morels, and seared turbot with artichokes and capers. Wine pairings are suggested on the menu as well. A luxurious afternoon tea is served Thursday through Sunday.
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1751 Ensley Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024 310-552-1080

Description: BEVERLY HILLS. If you find yourself in this part of the city in the a.m., Clementine is the place to go. On-the-clock regulars love breakfast pastries and the Clementine breakfast sandwich ­ poached egg, shaved ham, and cheese on a biscuit. If you're in the mood for a more leisurely meal, then homemade granola, eggs Benedict, or a bagel with cream cheese and house-cured gravlax suit quite well. A variety of freshly baked cookies, scones, and muffins are available for take-out, as are a range of dinner entrees to heat up at home. Afternoon tea is $18.95 per person.
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Caffe Latte

6254 Wilshire Blvd, West Los Angeles, CA 90048 323-936-5213

Description: WILSHIRE. This hip spot delights patrons with hot, fresh poppyseed muffins and Wilshire's tastiest coffee. Folks frequently stop in for an early morning caffeine fix or for a post-show pick-me-up. Homemade pastries are certain to please your sweet tooth any time of day or night, and fabulous brunch and breakfast fare have folks returning again and again.
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Asia de Cuba

8440 Sunset Blvd, Mondrian Hotel, West Hollywood, CA 90069 323-848-6000

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. Its monochromatic white decor and model-beautiful clientele render Asia de Cuba a trendy, of-the-moment kind of place. Festive atmosphere, a playful waitstaff, and chic ambience lend appeal, and customers relish the mouthwatering Cuban-Asian fare. Fried calamari salad, a house specialty, makes culinary waves, and you can't go wrong with yucca-crusted mahi mahi or lime-and-garlic chicken. Desserts, naturally, make a splash on their own. An outdoor patio, glimmering with candles, affords incredible views ­ a nice change from the austere interior.
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