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meghoward Mar 12, 2013 03:50 PM

I'm looking for a place in the Encino area where I can pick up breakfast items for a group of 12 to 15 people. (not fast food) Any ideas?

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    JTea Mar 14, 2013 09:04 PM

    Boneyard Bistro [opens at noon]
    http://www.boneyardbistro.com/
    ok, one veg sammie, lotsa bacon items; prolly not the least bit veg friendly, but for another time

    The Getty [opens at 10, restaurant opens at 11
    Maybe a bit far, but cool site, great view with food
    http://www.getty.edu/visit/see_do/eat_shop.html

    Izakaya M [opens at noon
    http://www.izakayam.com/
    no w/e lunch menu; some tofu items in the main menu

    and the usual suspects:

    Hugo's
    http://hugosrestaurant.com/studio-city
    veg-friendly menu

    Marmalade Cafe
    http://www.marmaladecafe.com
    pancakes & oatmeal veg options

    John O' Groats
    http://www.ogroatsrestaurant.com/encino
    a veg option in most lunch categories

    Coral Tree Cafe
    http://www.coraltreecafe.com/
    many veg-friendly options

    More Than Waffles
    http://www.morethanwaffles.com/
    full menu/healthy menu/gluten-free menu/kids menu
    small, downstairs in Encino shopping ctr; dunno bout the res, but they're friendly; cal

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      ilysla Mar 14, 2013 11:08 PM

      My impression was that the OP didn't necessarily want to eat at the restaurant itself....

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      ilysla Mar 12, 2013 11:00 PM

      Not sure if they do catering, but worth a try (and they can deliver, apparently). I went there once for a lunch w/ a colleague, and the food was well-prepared (if a bit inoffensively bland):

      http://ciciscafe.com/

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        meghoward Mar 12, 2013 05:20 PM

        Thank you so much. I am familiar with Corner Bakery, but will look at Panera and Le Pain Quotidien. I was hoping there might be some kind of a place that would have something like a breakfast casserole or breakfast quiche or something that would feed multiple people.

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          ns1 Mar 12, 2013 05:51 PM

          republic of pie in NoHo but that might be a slight drive for you, depending on where you're coming from.

        2. Bob Brooks Mar 12, 2013 05:08 PM

          Le Pain Quotidien and Corner Bakery should both be viable options.

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            eatmuch Mar 12, 2013 05:01 PM

            Not sure what you have in mind by "breakfast items," but there is a Corner Bakery Cafe in Encino, as well as a Panera. Both of them have baked goods, fresh fruit, breakfast sandwiches, etc. There's also a Western Bagel in Encino that has bagels, cream cheese, baked goods, etc.

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