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my favorite {los angeles} breakfast bites lately...
5 Mar 2013

The Hart and The Hunter | Los Angeles

The Hart and The Hunter | Los Angeles

Since I wake up at Ruby o' clock every day (around 7-7:30 a.m.), I'm always on the hunt for restaurants that open early for breakfast. Most of our favorite brunch places don't open until 10 a.m., and by that time, she's almost ready for a nap! So, I've been on a mission to find some new spots. Here are a few of my favorite breakfast bites around town these days (they open early, too!)...

The trout toast (avocado, smoked trout and pickled onions) and homemade biscuits (buttery pockets of heaven) from The Hart and The Hunter in West Hollywood (shown above).

Viet Noodle Bar | Los Angeles

 Vietnamese breakfast (including this delicious chicken meatball) at Viet Noodle Bar in Glendale.

Egg Slut | Los Angeles

Egg Slut | Los Angeles

The egg and bacon sandwich (the homemade ketchup and brioche bun are out of this world!) and the coddled eggs over mashed potatoes from the Egg Slut truck. 

Do you guys have trouble finding breakfast spots that open early? I swear, L.A. is a town that just starts to get going at 10 a.m.!

{Photos by Oh Joy}

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