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Going this weekend around 10am. Any ideas where is good that can accommodate a stroller and a 6 month old?

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  1. Seems like anywhere with outdoor seating would be a good fit - Momed, The Farm, Lazy Daisy, and Le Pain Quotidien come to mind. In Culver City, maybe Kay & Dave's, Native Foods, Tender Greens.

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    Tender Greens
    9523 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

    Lazy Daisy Cafe
    2300 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405

    Momed
    233 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90212

    1. Metro Cafe in Culver City would be a good choice

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      Metro Cafe
      11188 Washington Pl, Culver City, CA 90232

      1. Hey, I've lived that! : )
        Coupa Cafe in BH is a safe bet. I'm not sure Kay/Dave's or Tender Greens does breakfast. I like Le Pain Quotidien a lot. It's usually so loud inside that a patio isn't even necessary. Roll 'n' Rye is another possibility for an indoor option.

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        1. re: cant talk...eating

          I find the Roll 'n' Rey is over priced for their food which is fair at best. It's better than nothing. That's about all I can say for it.

        2. la dijonaise does a nice breakfast in downtown Culver City and accommodates strollers and kids of all ages (personal experience) And they have great pastry.

          www.ladijonaise.com

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          1. re: Baron

            Agree about La Dijonaise. I see strollers there all the time, and their breakfast/lunch items are quite tasty, and very good value. The patio is lovely when it's warm. I don't like them for dinner as much, but for brunch, they're a great idea. They're not very high-end, but they're "classy", solid and good value.

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            La Dijonaise Cafe
            8703 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

          2. I think these are all solid recs, so you're in good hands!

            I'd add Bistro Laurent on Sepulveda betw. Venice and Washington. Nice folks and good food.

            If you want to stroll around CC a bit after breakfast, or be close to Surfas, or both, La Dijonnaise is a great rec.

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            1. re: CulverJack

              I keep trying to drag my wife to Bisto Laurent and she keeps resisting. What have you had there? Have you ever tried them for dinner? Thanks for any further insight CJ.

              ADD: I see by their website http://www.bistrolaurentla.com/ that they have (supposedly) reopened after being off the entire month of August (where do they think they are, France? ;-D>). So maybe check to see if that is true if you decide to go here.

              1. re: Servorg

                I've never been but my wife loves it.

                She just told me she recommends the Breakfast Special with two eggs, bacon, sausage potatoes and rolls. My son likes the french toast (which my wife says was "puffy" and tasted sort of like oatmeal -- a semi-unique take on french toast.)

            2. Clementine and Joans on Third are other popular choices. Good food. Noisy enough that toddler noise won't be an issue. Momed is also good, but note that the breakfast menu is fairly limited.

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              Momed
              233 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90212

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              1. re: JudiAU

                I 2nd Clementine, perfect spot for all.