Last night was great. Today, you’ve slept in and you’re ready for the nearest brunch destination for your Torrance trip. We’ve done the research for you and here are some of our favorites. Forks up, let’s do this.
Courtesy Hey 19 Public House
1) If you want to have the time of your life, you can owe it all to us. Channel your inner-80’s child and dance over to Hey 19 Public House. Their throwback vibe will leave you reminiscing about your favorite decades of years gone by. Think; nostalgia for your first crush or the first time you heard the Doors.
But we’ve saved the best part for last, The Brunch. Every weekend Hey 19 serves up unique options that will satisfy your brunch-shaped hole. The aptly named entrees include: Eric in a Morning Blanket (an egg scramble that includes puff pastry), Toad in a Hole (take a guess) and Breakfast Fried Chicken & Waffle. $12, served weekends, 11am-3pm
The food keeps getting better and better, and you stay the same age.
Courtesy the DoubleTree
2) Ready to class it up a bit? Take your swank over to Andre’s at the DoubleTree for a full menu Sunday brunch. Your choices include: made-to-order omelettes, pastas, seasonal fish, an Italian station and much more. $35.95, served Sundays, 11am – 2pm
Not your Grandma’s brunch, but you could certainly take her there.
Courtesy the Great Maple
3) Oh no! Looking for brunch in-between weekends? Great Maple has you covered with their ‘blunch’ menu options. Including but not limited to: made to order maple-bacon doughnuts, powdered sugar beignets (shaken tableside), seasonal quiche and California chicken breast with avocado toast. Full brunch menu (including farm eggs and salads) available on the weekends of course. $10-16+, served weekdays: 11am – 5pm and weekends: 9am – 4pm
This ‘modern American eatery’ has something for everyone, even those considering their brunching waistlines.
Courtesy Brio Coastal FB page
4) Want to capitalize on the California-fresh lifestyle while you’re visiting Torrance? Brio Coastal offers a modern take on brunch including a PLT – that’s prosciutto, lettuce and tomato, and sprouted grain bread options. Stretch your breakfast-loving ways and try their Shrimp n’ Grits dish: black pepper shrimp, creamy smoked gouda polenta, poached egg, ciabatta.
$9-15, served Sundays, 10am – 2pm
We hope you’ve enjoyed your mini-tour of brunching destinations in Torrance. Don’t forget to book your stay with one of our comfy lodging partners!