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Finally a decentm uncrowded Westside weekend breakfast spot

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Finally a decentm uncrowded Westside weekend breakfast spot

Muhlyssa | Oct 22, 2001 12:29 PM

We went back after about a year to Jack Spratts Grill on Pico, just east of Overland (south side of the street). We got there at 10am on Sunday (they open at 9:30 on weekends for brunch), and we were one of two couples there.

Their brunch menu is huge. My husband had french toast with apples and pecans and I had a egg scramble with artichoke hearts, red peppers and goat cheese, served with your choice of potatos, air baked fries, or fruit and toast. The portions are generous, the service friendly, the food good and best of all, not crowded. By the time we left at 11, the place was pretty full. I presume they get a lot of overflow when people get annoyed at having to wait for John O'Groats.

We were so excited that the place was empty (and 5 minutes from our place) and there were so many things on the menu we wanted to try.

Jack Sprat's Grille
10668 W. Pico Blvd., West Los Angeles
310-837-6662

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