Best Brunch Buffets After Thanksgiving

Tired of turkey but still want to eat your fill? In keeping with the spirit of Thanksgiving (which is eating, right?), we’ve rounded up our picks for brunch buffets. Here’s some of LA’s best brunch buffet’s to end your Thanksgiving weekend right.

Grand Cafe at Omni Hotel, Downtown Los Angeles

The Grand Cafe is inside the Omni Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. It includes seafood station with crab legs, shrimp, and more. Along with the usual breakfast spread, there is also a selection of dimsum, an omelette station, and a carving station featuring prime rib. Visit Grand Cafe’s website here.

Four Seasons Beverly Hills Sunday Brunch

The Four Seasons serves up a lavish Sunday Brunch with a huge assortment of food. There’s an omelette station, a waffle bar, Mexican food, dim sum, meats and cheeses, salad bar, and more. The Four Seasons boasts a large and fresh seafood stations which includes jumbo shrimp, crab legs, sashimi, and even lobster and caviar. This is one elite brunch buffet that you can’t miss. You can visit their website here.

Whiskey Red’s, Marina Del Rey

Enjoy a Zagat recommended brunch while overlooking the beautiful marina. Indulge in made to order waffles, omelettes, pasta, fresh seafood and more, all while sipping champagne. The menu changes and evolves so prices vary depending on the selection. Check the website here.

Cafe Sierra at Universal Hilton

Cafe Sierra is a buffet staple in Los Angeles. They offer a great seafood and prime rib dinner buffet during the week. They offer brunch on Saturday and Sunday but Sunday is the day to go. You can enjoy a premium brunch buffet with Jazz and champagne. Eat your fill of crab legs, mussels, sushi, prime rib, leg of lamb, omelettes, waffles, and more. Cafe Sierra also has an extensive selection of Chinese food. Don’t forget to indulge in the chocolate fountain! Visit their website here.

Fogo De Chao, DTLA and Beverly Hills

If you’re a meat lover, then you’re going to love Fogo De Chao. This Brazilian steakhouse serves up an endless bounty of meats fresh from their wood fired grill. In the true Brazilian steakhouse form, servers bring meats on large skewers which are carved at your table. While its not exactly recommended for vegetarians, they also offer a spread of salads, cold cuts, vegetables, rice and beans. Check out their menu here.

Sunday Champagne Brunch at The Hotel Huntington Beach

This beachy brunch destination offers lots of seafood and unlimited champagne. While the typical brunch spread is offered like omelettes and waffles, the chef rotates entree items regularly. Patrons rave about how the staff never lets their champagne glasses go empty. It’s a great spot for a family Sunday brunch. Find out more here.

Inn of the Seventh Ray

The Inn of the Seventh Ray is truly a hidden gem. We almost didn’t include it in our list because we wanted to keep it a secret. This romantic restaurant is tucked away in the beautiful Malibu mountains. As soon as you step in, you feel transported to a secret garden full of nature, whimsy, and rustic charm, which makes it a popular choice for weddings. Not to mention the excellent food. Inn of the Seventh Ray aspires to serve completely local and organic food. They also have wonderful options for vegetarians and vegans. Click here to find out more.

The Odyssey, Granada Hills

Of course, we had to include at least one brunch option in the valley. The good news is that the Odyssey just so happens to be an excellent brunch spot. This large restaurant and venue space has fantastic views of the valley. The Sunday champagne brunch includes an extensive carving station, decadent desserts, fresh seafood, and an excellent omelette bar. They even have pasta bar. Check out their website here.


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