Screw McDonalds and Starbucks. You can do so much better when it comes to grabbing a quick meal in the mornings.
Not so much a greasy pub for a city daily as a healthy, wheatgrass shooting, veggie-friendly environment with a magazine stand and a coffee shop.
Giant salads and a New Orleans flair for crepes and rotisserie chicken make this a popular lunch spot.
Cozy coffee shop hangout with wi-fi, board games, comfy chairs, outdoor seating and, of course, strong java.
Sister restaurant to Nancy Silverton's burger shop, Short Order, this Farmer's Market stand offers something sweet (cookies, brownies, other treats) and savory (chopped salads, open faced sandwiches).
Local storefront that's great for grabbing a brioche breakfast sandwich, baguette or scone on the go.
Expensive, but quite tasty, breakfast and lunch spot from the folks behind Hatfield's restaurant on Melrose.
Healthy (and healthy-ish) juices, breakfasts and lunches for Century City's fast-moving, white collar crowd.
Perfect place to stop for an afternoon brunch before running errands at nearby Trader Joe's or Walgreens.