Sunny Spot

822 Washington Boulevard

Dave Reiss went from DJing and throwing underground parties to opening some of L.A.'s hottest cafés, bars, and places to dine. Sunny Spot is no exception. The laid-back neighborhood eatery sits at the end of Abbot Kinney, Venice’s ritzy boutique-and-restaurant-lined boulevard, near Marina Del Rey. Patrons stop in for fresh, healthy plates at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but the café's most popular hours by far are during brunch. Snag a table and you can expect menu items like the pulled-pork breakfast burrito; the bacon, egg, and cheese bagel with habanero aioli; and the brisket hash with kale, sunny-side-up eggs, and caramelized onions. And, of course, bottomless mimosas.

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A Bright Spot for Brunch

Dave Reiss went from DJing and throwing underground parties to opening some of L.A.'s hottest cafés, bars, and places to dine. Sunny Spot is no exception. The laid-back neighborhood eatery sits at the end of Abbot Kinney, Venice’s ritzy boutique-and-restaurant-lined boulevard, near Marina Del Rey. Patrons stop in for fresh, healthy plates at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but the café's most popular hours by far are during brunch. Snag a table and you can expect menu items like the pulled-pork breakfast burrito; the bacon, egg, and cheese bagel with habanero aioli; and the brisket hash with kale, sunny-side-up eggs, and caramelized onions. And, of course, bottomless mimosas.

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