2024 Best Beverly Hills & West LA Brunch Restaurants in Los Angeles Area

Top Sunday Brunch Spots in Beverly Hills & West LA

The most versatile — and decadent — meal of the week, brunch with family and friends is a great way to spend a laid-back Saturday or Sunday.

Browse GAYOT's picks for the Top Brunch Restaurants in Beverly Hills & West LA, presented in alphabetical order.

> Here are the Best Brunch Restaurants in other LA neighborhoods:
- Top 10 Across LA
- Downtown LA & Silver Lake
- Hollywood, Mid-City & West Hollywood
- San Fernando Valley
- Pasadena & San Gabriel Valley
- Santa Monica & Malibu
- South Bay & Long Beach.

> You can also check GAYOT's:
- Brunch Restaurants in other cities
- Best Brunch Wines.
 
Mediterranean, Wine Bar, Small Plates
A.O.C. Brentwood
14/20
Brentwood branch of the seasonal small plates restaurants from Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne. See More

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The Belvedere
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Signature restaurant at The Peninsula Beverly Hills. See More

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Culina Ristorante + Caffè
13/20
This chic spot offers an “enoteca” experience with a casual elegant atmosphere in the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. See More

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The Farm of Beverly Hills
12/20
This popular Beverly Hills spot features a casual farmhouse décor and a terrific sidewalk café. See More
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margot
14/20
The attention to all the details required for a restaurant with a bar and lounge makes margot a winning experience. See More
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The Polo Lounge
13/20
The Polo Lounge, a Beverly Hills legend since 1941, serves (too) classic cuisine in an elegant setting. See More
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The Restaurant at The Getty Center
No Rating
Sweeping views of the Santa Monica Mountains and food as artful as the museum exhibits. See More

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The Restaurant at Hotel Bel-Air
15/20
California cuisine at the iconic Hotel Bel-Air. See More
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Sapaio toscana 2019
WINE OF THE WEEK | GAYOT.com

GAYOT´s Wine of the Week is an Italian red wine made with Sapaia grapes, an ancient Tuscan varietal. Read the article. (Photo @soniadeboniph)