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Sunday brunch options near LAX

Old Jan 1, 15, 2:26 pm
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Sunday brunch options near LAX

We have a six hour layover at LAX on a Sunday before heading overseas. We have family who can pick us up and would like to have brunch rather than wait in the airport.

Suggestions.

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Old Jan 1, 15, 2:37 pm
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Old Jan 1, 15, 2:53 pm
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Old Jan 1, 15, 3:04 pm
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Originally Posted by WheelsFirst View Post
Cafe Del Rey
And if Cafe Del Rey is over your budget, right next door is Tony P's -- great view of the boats in the Marina.
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Old Jan 1, 15, 3:36 pm
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With six hours you don't need to stay super close to LAX. Any of the beach areas are fairly close. I would head to venice or santa monica. There is a street in Venice called Abbot Kinney that is very cute, trendy and has some great food options. One place there that I like for brunch is called 3 square cafe. You could also go to Urth Cafe in Santa Monica (one of my favorites) or also M Street Kitchen on Main Street.
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Old Jan 1, 15, 3:46 pm
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Playa Provisions. It's very close to the airport and you can take back roads all the way there. Great sandwiches, blocks from the beach and one of the menu items comes with a beer

http://playaprovisions.com/
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Old Jan 1, 15, 3:50 pm
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Lots of suggestions/ideas in the LA subforum:http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/los-angeles-507/
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Old Jan 1, 15, 3:58 pm
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Old Jan 2, 15, 1:24 am
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2nd vote for In-n-Out.
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Old Jan 6, 15, 5:15 pm
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Two votes from me...

If you want to stay close, my vote is for Uncle Bill's Pancake House in Manhattan Beach. Its two blocks from the ocean.

If you feel like doing a SoCal tradition, there are several Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles in the LA area, depending on how far you feel like taking a cab ride. There is one just a few miles north of LAX on Manchester. My favorite is the Jeanne Jones fried chicken omelet with a waffle.
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Old Jan 8, 15, 2:46 pm
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I went to a FT Do here a few years ago:

http://www.truxtonsamericanbistro.com/

Looks like they open at 9 on Sunday and they're really close.
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Old Jan 10, 15, 11:26 am
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There are plenty of good options in Marina del Rey.
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Old Jan 10, 15, 2:57 pm
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I've never tried Killer Cafe but if you want something along the lines of some spicy seafood/shrimp dishes, definitely consider their parent restaurant, Killer Shrimp.
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Old Jan 10, 15, 3:16 pm
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Originally Posted by SWCPHX View Post
I've never tried Killer Cafe but if you want something along the lines of some spicy seafood/shrimp dishes, definitely consider their parent restaurant, Killer Shrimp.
Killer Cafe usually has a Groupon available.
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