By Layla Ali-Ahmad | Beach City Food Tours
Easter Sunday is riiiight around the corner….and you know what that means! BRUNCH. Oh Brunch. How we adore you. You’re the reason Sundays aren’t Mondays. But with so many options in Long Beach, how is one supposed to choose? We figure since you’re probably sleeping off last night’s shenanigans, you’re not looking to travel too far to find your “hair of the dog.” So we decided to break down the best Long Beach brunch spots by neighborhood. Here goes nothin…
Alamitos Bay – Schooner or Later
EAT: Crab & Avocado Benedict
DRINK: A Bloody Mary while you wait for your table.
Bellflower – The Nest
EAT: Bacon Waffle
DRINK: Mint Mojito Iced Coffee
Belmont Heights – The Attic on Broadway
EAT: Any of their Benedicts, Candied Cayenne Bacon and of course, the Mac & Cheetos
DRINK: Build-Your-Own Bloody Mary
Honorable Mention: Belmont Heights – Starling Diner
EAT: Stuffed French Toast…It’ll change your life
DRINK: Crab Leg Bloody’s
Belmont Shores – Nick’s on 2nd
EAT: Chicken & Waffles…and ALWAYS the Buttercake!
DRINK: Cold Pressed Mimosa, or their House Bloody Mary topped with a fried blue cheese olive.
Bluff Heights – Restauration
EAT: Berry Pancakes or the Duck Confit & Waffles
DRINK: Their Seasonal Sangria or Fresh Squeezed Bottomless Mimosas
Downtown – The Federal Bar
EAT: Cinnamon Bun Skillet and Smoked Salmon Toast
DRINK: Bottomless Mimosa’s
East Village – The Breakfast Bar
EAT: Breakfast Dip & Uncle Marcee’s Omelet Casserole
DRINK: Signature Lemonades
West Village – The Potholder Cafe Too
EAT: Super Suds and Pancakes or Fruity Pebble French Toast
DRINK: Black Coffee
Traffic Circle – The Crooked Duck
EAT: Monte Cristo & Corned Beef Hash
DRINK: Irish Coffee
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