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Bfast/Lunch Near Wilshire/Highland this Sunday?

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There's a show at the Wilshire Ebell theater, which is between Highland and Crenshaw, and it starts at 1 p.m., so we'd like a place that's quick and good, nothing ethnic for my friend, that we can eat at either around 11:30 or 3 p.m. ish. So many places are closed during the day on weekends these days.

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  1. Luna Park or Bloom Cafe on Pico are both open at least for brunch (don't know about at 3), but don't know if either one could be called quick. You probably don't want to go to Bob's Big Boy...Maybe you can make reservations for Mozza at 3.
    If all else fails and it's in the direction you're coming from, Fiddler's Bistro on 3rd and Martel has pretty solid breakfast and lunch fare and is not usually crowded.

    1. Well the fancy choice would be Campanille on LaBrea. Larchmont Blvd. is also close by. Cafe du Village does nice brunch foods. Nothing too fancy and not overly pricey.

      1. For breaksfast - CJ's

        5501 W.Pico Blvd
        LA, CA 90019
        Good inexpensive breakfast

        for both Breakfast or Lunch -
        Caffe Latte
        On wilshire/cresent heights

        1. You could always hit up the Farmer's Market at the Grove. It's open, and that would definitely be fast, but not fast food.