Every weekend the brunch crowd reconvenes to let go, catch
up on the week prior, and throw back a few mimosas – but do you ever feel like
there’s someone missing from the group?
If you’re like so many other doggie parents, you understand
the immense amount of guilt you have leaving your pooch home on the weekends
after they’ve been alone all week. So why not take them along to brunch with
you so that they can get some sun, and share in the fun of spending time with
you and friends? These three LA restaurants are perfect for just that:
· Rose Café,
Venice. If you’re a local Venetian, you’ve probably already been here. This is
a Venice go-to spot for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Next time be sure to enjoy
their outdoor seating with your pup!
Highland Park. For all of the Eastsiders out there, this place is for you.
Enjoy their incredible Italian cuisines (get the pizza!) while sitting outside
in a partially covered outdoor patio with plenty of room for your pooch to lay
back and enjoy the day – did we mention bottomless mimosa brunch on the
West Hollywood. This restaurant is in the heart of West Hollywood and boasts
the best outdoor patio dining experience, views, and brunch menu in the city.
As if it could get better, they allow dogs in their outdoor seating area – tip:
this place is super romantic and if you want to make sure he/she never forgets
your first date, bring them here along with your doggie.