The Best Breakfast Spots in Venice Beach

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Where to get the best Breakfast: Venice,CA

I've lived in Venice Beach for the past 8 years so needless to say I know some good breakfast spots in the area. Some of the restaurants on this list are new, and some are tried and true Los Angeles staples, but you should give them all a try at least once. Whether you're in town for a day or have lived in L.A. for 20 years and you're just looking for a new spot to try, below find the the best breakfast and brunch spots in Venice Beach, California!

 

Great White

This spot is fairly new and fairly small, so expect it to be super busy on a Saturday or Sunday morning. They have v limited amounts of uncomfortable seating, but their food is Ahhhhmazing. Try the corn fritters with a poached egg or their Scramble Bowl with goat cheese, bacon, and pesto. SO. GOOD.

Great White Venice

1604 Pacific Ave
Venice, 90291 California

Superba

One of my favorite spots in L.A. Their coffee is really good and their bread is even better - sometimes I go just to pick up a loaf of their famous sourdough. If you’re there for breakfast get the grain bowl or their avocado toast because who doesn’t love avocado toast? It’s like a food group on it’s own at this point.

Superba Food + Bread

1900 S Lincoln Blvd.
Venice, CA 90291

 

Flake

One of my favorite breakfast burritos in L.A. - and that is a BOLD statement. Try the turkey sausage breakfast burrito if you go. It has the fluffiest eggs in all the land. Expect long lines on weekends but it’s usually pretty mellow mid-week. Definitely a local’s spot. 

Flake Venice

513 Rose Avenue

Venice, CA 90291

Butcher’s Daughter

For my vegetarian friends, Butcher’s Daughter has a great assortment of vegetarian and Vegan options that are actually really good. Def get dressed to go here though - you’ll more than likely run into someone you know slash have a few celeb sightings. Psst if you miss out on visiting the one on Abbot Kinney, there's also one in NYC next time you're there. 

Butcher's Daughter Venice

1205 Abbot Kinney Blvd.

Venice, CA 90291

Gjusta

They’re owned by the Gjelina folks so needless to say the staff is snotty AF. Poor service issues aside, they have some of the best croissants in L.A., so it’s worth it to go at least once. Go forth and get your carbs. 

Gjusta Bakery - Deli - Cafe

320 Sunset Ave. 

Venice, CA 90291

 

Rose Café

Rose Cafe is a great place to take out-of-towners. The ambience is really pretty and the lighting is good for all of your Instagram needs. They also have a pretty broad menu and it’s the kind of spot you can go for brunch, lunch, or dinner. Really good juices and cocktails too. Only con is valet is only free for an hour so set a timer if you park there, lol.  

Rose Cafe

220 ROSE AVE, 
VENICE, CA 90291

Have you been to any of these places, and if so, what did you think?! I'd love to know which are your faves or which ones you'll be going to next time you'll be in town in the comments below!

xx,

Genevieve

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