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Brunch – it’s the meal taking over weekend mornings and Instagram accounts. The internet is a barrage of photos containing bright, runny eggs or bagels piled high with lox or a sandwich with a beach backdrop, designed to make you drool. To aid in your search for the best brunch spots, The Culture Trip narrows down 10 of the best brunches in Culver City.
For a bite on the go, stop by Copenhagen Pastry. Copenhagen offers authentic Danish pastries reminiscent of the owner’s childhood spent in Denmark. The Kringles (pastry filled with almond paste and custard and topped with thin-sliced almonds and sugar) and the Copenhagens (a flaky pastry with yellow custard in the middle) are popular choices. Paired with coffee or tea, they make a perfect to-go meal that won’t hurt the wallet.
Copenhagen Pastry, 11113 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA, USA +1 310 839 8900
For those who like less traditional brunches, stop by East Borough for Vietnamese street food–inspired meals. Popular dishes include the banh xeo (a Vietnamese crêpe with crab, mushrooms, and bean sprouts) and the belly and egg, which combines pork belly and a poached egg, marinated in house chili sauce and served with jasmine rice. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, from 10am until 3pm.
East Borough, 9810 W Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA, USA +1 310 596 8263
Public School 310 offers ‘an education in the art of food and beer.’ An education-themed dining experience, happy hour is called ‘Recess’ and ‘Night school’ offers classes on beer pairing and cocktail tastings. For brunch, the menu is seasonal, serving local food on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am to 2:30 pm. The chicken and waffles, with bacon gravy, maple syrup, and a fried egg, is a popular dish. Learning never tasted so good.
Public School 310, 9411 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA, USA +1 310 558 0414
Wildcraft‘s black lacquer and smoky glass details really add ambiance to its modern take on Italian cuisine. Customers can choose to sit in the outdoor dining patio as they look over a menu that features favorites like the pizza knot skillets (a combo of spicy sausage, Pomodoro, and chilies wrapped in warm bread and topped with a sunny-side-up egg), or the white truffle pizza (with 12 toppings, including fried sage, a soft egg, mozzarella, and carbonara), all while enjoying bottomless mimosas.
Wildcraft, 9725 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA, USA +1 310 815 8100