Grub is an oasis of culinary charm in the middle of Hollywood’s grimy postproduction district, says wesleywong. The place is best known for its superb breakfasts, “comfort food inside a comfortable environment,” says wesleywong.

The brunch menu is huge. Appetizers are busy plates like a spicy crab and artichoke dip with a pepper jack cheese crust, and lime- and coriander-dusted tortilla chips to attack the stuff with. The dip has a generous amount of crab and just enough jalapeños to get your morning started, says wesleywong.

Egg scrambles are excellent, like the chicken pesto sausage, roasted onion, red pepper, and mozzarella, which has “a meaty heart of deliciously seasoned chicken,” says wesleywong. And it comes with potatoes that are “crispy on the outside and so soft and warm on the inside.”

Grub [Mid-City]
911 Seward Street, Los Angeles

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