For office drones, brunch options can be sadly limited. After all, we can only gorge ourselves in a few select prelunch hours on the weekends — and since far too many people in this giant metropolis have the same limited availability, the best places in town tend to be jam-packed from 10 a.m. on (and what kind of loser gets up before then on Saturdays?). But there's a solution for the city's brunch crunch, and it involves the best places in town coming to you — at L.A. Weekly's very own Pancake Breakfast 2014. For the price of a ticket, you'll get access to delicious dishes from Wexler's Deli, Salt's Cure, Little Next Door, Huckleberry and dozens more of the city's tastiest breakfast spots, including our personal favorite, Gottsui, which offers Japanese comfort food perfect for sopping up your hangover. Also on tap: booze. Because brunch wouldn't be half as popular without a little hair of the dog. Tickets may sell out before the event, so check online before presuming you can make a purchase at the door. Park Plaza Hotel, 607 S. Park View St., MacArthur Park; Sun., Aug. 24, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; $40-$55 in advance; $45-$65 at the door (21 and older). laweekly.com/pancakebreakfast.
Sun., Aug. 24, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., 2014
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