Despite the fact that I currently live in Chicago and have been traveling constantly for the past year; LA is, and will always be, my home.
If you ask me, SoCal has plenty of bragging rights including endless sunshine and amazing food. As soon as you move away from the City of Angels, you instantly appreciate all of the things you used to take for granted.
The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker is no exception.
Now that I am technically a visitor when I go back to LA, I always try to beeline it over to my fave Sunset Plaza stop for some fantastic people watching and even-better brunching every chance I can.
Not only is LA the city where I lived for nearly all of my adult life (aside from a few years in NYC + a few months in Paris + a few months in London), but it’s also where I gained the bulk of my professional experience as a fashion and beauty editor.
I also happen to humbly think LA boasts some of the best restaurants in the country; which is why I had to share my best brunch spot: The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker.
The vibe couldn’t be more quintessentially LA, with its sun-drenched outdoor patio, sparkling marble tables, cheerful yellow sofas and delicious, fresh food. The staff couldn’t be nicer and more accommodating, and the service is always top notch.
When evaluating LA’s dining scene, you generally know that you’re almost always going to forego something in lieu of something else. If you want a gorgeous vibe, the food might be overpriced and subpar. If you want delicious food, you may have to sacrifice on ambiance or service.
At BBCM, you get it all and then some.
Trust me on this one.
Grab a girlfriend and a cozy booth for a delightful dining experience that won’t disappoint. I always order an almond milk latte and a tomato galette for a savory start to my day.
Photos by: Rachel Richardson of Lovely in LA. Top by Parker New York, denim by Rag & Bone.