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THE MOST IMPORTANT MEAL OF THE DAY


You don't need to convince me to go eat breakfast at a trendy restaurant on a weekend morning! I am proud to say that breakfast is my all time favorite meal of the day.  To be quite honest, I can have breakfast food at any time of the day- you name it. Whether its half past noon or about to be midnight, pancakes, hash browns, toast, and omelettes all sound good (and taste good!) to me.


After a morning hike with Marco at Griffith Park, we decided to reward our very productive morning with some well deserved breakfast. A friend of ours recommended us to this restaurant not too far from Griffith Park called Alcove Cafe & Bakery. Now let me tell you, Alcove DID NOT disappoint. They had so many breakfast options I kinda felt overwhelmed. They just had so many options! The omelette section alone was remarkable. After spending about 10-15 minutes scanning the menu and getting suggestions, I ordered the Carnitas Omelette with chipotle-spiced black beans, rosemary potatoes and two slices of wheat bread with strawberry jelly.



When my plate arrived I was head over heels in love with my breakfast. The portions were perfect, everything was freshly made, and the jelly came in the most adorable little jar! 100% recommend!


The venue is very welcoming and dog friendly. It seems like the restaurant itself used to be a house. Servers are friendly but very occupied assisting other costumers so you might need to track a server down to ask for a to-go box. I almost always order a glass of water as my choice of beverage when I eat out so it was convenient for me to have access to their water station near the entrance.

About Me

Hi friends, I'm Jess! An average twenty-something year old Latina residing in Los Angeles. I started blogging in 2017 (previously known as Lifestyle By Jess) to highlight fashion, beauty and lifestyle tips. Now, I've decided to take another path in blogging and focus more on my travels and foodie ventures!​

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