Mother’s Day 2017: LA brunch

Mother’s Day 2017: LA brunch

Mother’s Day is coming, and for many families, a special brunch is in order. If you’re still debating where to bring your mother, Strack has some suggestions below. These four places are some of the most popular brunch spots in the city, and if you hire a premier transportation company like Strack, mom will be traveling like royalty.

Urth Caffé

Ruth Caffe was founded on a dedication to fresh, organic foods. It’s obvious from the menu, which touts a disclaimer that even the cherries and olives in their dishes still have their pits. Organic coffee and fine teas are the main attractions of this busy eatery, but the brunch has earned a horde of fans, too. The all-day brunch entrées include the smoked salmon plate, an individual quiche, a cheese plate served with fruit and bread and an egg sandwich served with an avocado and jack cheese, mild chilies, Roma tomatoes, mayonnaise and lettuce. Feeling traditional breakfast offerings include collection of omelettes, waffles and breakfast paninis.

451 S. Hewitt St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Blu Jam Café

Breakfast is served all day at Blu Jam Cafe, where locally sourced ingredients mix with a concerted effort to make some of the best breakfast food around. The combination works: The wait times can be long on the weekends and the restaurant doesn’t take reservations, but there’s a comfortable waiting area, and the food is worth the delay. The signature breakfast item is the crunchy French toast—batter-dipped brioche bread is coated in cornflakes and served with fruit and vanilla bean sauce. If that doesn’t tempt your tongue, there’s a variety of fare that’s friendly to vegans (house made granola) and gluten-free brunch fans (steak hash).

7371 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90046


With a name short for “Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner,” you can be confident that this restaurant does pancakes well. Choices range from the simple classics, like the seasonal vegetable omelette, to the sweet and rich, like the blueberry ricotta pancakes. The French press coffee, which customers press themselves at their table, is also a favorite of the crowds here. Breakfast is served until 3 p.m., but if your Mother’s Day celebration gets delayed, try stopping in on a Wednesday night. Why? From 6 p.m. onward, BLD serves gourmet doughnuts made by pastry chef Mariah Swann—they boast flavors like salted caramel, berries and cream and cinnamon sugar.

7450 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036

26 Beach Restaurant

No fewer than 19 varieties of French toast populate the menu here. There’s the Peach Melba, consisting of two “croissant” French toasts, caramelized peaches, vanilla ice cream, and melba sauce. There’s the Stuffed One, which is filled with cream cheese and strawberry preserves, topped with strawberries and served with maple syrup. Then there’s the S’mores, which is filled with nutella and marshmallow fluff, coated with graham crackers, topped with whipped cream, strawberries and Callebaut chocolate sauce (There are also less sugary options, but just once can’t hurt, right?)

3100 Washington Blvd
Venice, CA 90291

Mother’s Day is a time to honor and cherish our mother’s; the women who spent so much time and energy to shape us into who we are today, and that’s an effort that deserves a handsome reward. What better way to thank your mother than a delicious meal and a luxurious car ride, whether it’s a sporty sedan or an elegant Mercedes Sprinter Van? Contact one of our reservation specialists today by phone at (888)781-5466 to book your moms special day.