Before I get into my Easter Sunday brunch post, I thought I would start by mentioning that Jimmy Pardo (who is a hilarious comedian) is doing The Writers Room at Meltdown Comics on Sunset. The show is $5 in advance or $7 at the door. Get more info HERE!
Okay, back to Easter.
I picked up my sister early on Sunday so we could go to Silver Lake for breakfast before church. My sister gave me this awesome Easter basket. We continued on to Silver Lake to visit Cafe Stella (next to Intelligentsia).
It was a beautiful morning. We were in our Easter best (since we were going to church after breakfast, we kept it classy).
Since church starts at 10:30am, we wanted to allow for crowds at breakfast so we got there right at 9am. As you can tell by the photo above, the place just opened and was very quiet. It was so adorable and I’m shocked that I’ve lived in LA so long and haven’t been here. There was an outdoor patio and an indoor bar area, which looked equally as cute as the patio. We chose patio because the weather was so gorgeous.
I ordered their cappuccino (above). How adorable is that? Even their coffee is classy
and comes from Intelligentsia next door. Erica ordered the veggie plate (which had pesto drizzled on it) and grilled bread. She and I split an order of truffle oil fries. So good. Get the fries.
I ordered the baked eggs with spinach and goat cheese. This was recommended to me by Michelle and I highly recommend it to you! I loved it. This meal was delicious. There were a bunch of items on the menu I wanted to try, so I’ll have to go back.