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Farley Elliott

22 More Must-Eat Breakfast Burritos in Los Angeles

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Corner Cottage, Burbank
| Farley Elliott

Los Angeles has no shortage of fantastic breakfast burritos, as evidenced by Eater's previous list of the 36 most mind-blowing options out there. Still, there were plenty of worthwhile hangover helpers out there that didn't make the cut, so now it's time to showcase a whole new round of eggy, cheesy, meaty breakfast burritos.

Here now: 22 more of the city's must-eat breakfast burritos, from Santa Monica to East L.A.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Chomp Eatery & Juice Station

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The popular breakfast burrito at this Santa Monica cafe space runs $10 and includes bacon, potato, egg, avocado, American cheese, and veggies.

Corner Cottage

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This Burbank breakfast burrito specialist packs in a few pounds of creamy morning potatoes with every burrito they churn out, and locals can't get enough. If you're heading here for a weekend burrito run, be prepared to wait.

Da Juice Bar

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Perhaps the city's only kimchi-laced breakfast burrito, this Glendale juice shop is a surprising hit — especially for vegetarians.

Open in Lincoln Heights since 1968 and with prices to match, Dino’s does a simple breakfast burritos with bacon or sausage, plus beans, eggs, hash browns, and cheese.

Fat Burrito

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This breakfast burrito spot has everything you want in a morning gutbuster, from chorizo and beans to nopales and ham.

Venice has no shortage of breakfast burrito options, including the popular Flake, whose own simple version contains bacon, eggs, and American cheese. Add avocado for extra creaminess.

Gorditas

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Yes, their namesake gorditas and quesadillas are a hit, but for A.M. dominance in Bell it’s all about getting the breakfast burrito. Load up on the chorizo and potatoes.

Home Restaurant

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Los Feliz brunch legend Home draws long lines on weekends, with plenty of hip kids coming for the all-day breakfast. That includes their breakfast burrito (more of a wrap, really) that’s loaded with eggs, bacon, black beans, and two kinds of cheese.

Hugo's Tacos

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This Atwater Village walk up may not compete with nearby Tacos Villa Corona, but their simple (and cheap) array of breakfast burritos still make for a satisfying morning meal.

Joan's on Third

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Almost everything is better at the thoughtful Joan’s on Third, including their quality breakfast burrito, which includes guacamole and comes with a side of sour cream.

La Azteca Tortilleria

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Already known for its pliant tortillas and chile relleno lunchtime options, this East L.A. classic does an egg and potato breakfast burrito option that’s not to be missed.

My Taco

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A Highland Park strip mall staple, My Taco does it all. That includes weekend breakfast burrito saviors, which come fully loaded with chorizo, eggs, rice, beans, and cheese.

Nat's Early Bite Coffee Shop

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This Van Nuys stalwart has been around more than 30 years, and their breakfast burrito has become something of a classic thanks to the inclusion of both bacon and sausage, plus bell peppers and more.

Paper Or Plastik Cafe

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Laptop warriors love loading up on the breakfast burrito at this Pico coffee shop, which includes eggs, potatoes, spinach, and an unusual note of muenster cheese.

Pipers Restaurant

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The best part about the easygoing egg, hash brown, American cheese, and breakfast meat option at Pipers in Koreatown? They’re open 24 hours Thursday through Saturday.

Poppy + Rose

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Just about everything at this Downtown breakfast and lunch spot is a hit, including their rib tip breakfast burrito, which comes with barbecue sauce of all things.

Square One Dining

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One of the more popular weekend brunch options around, Square One’s take on the breakfast burrito — complete with nopales, eggs, and avocado inside, plus gruyere cheese to boot — is a winner.

Taco Plus

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Hovering around the $5 mark, these Westside breakfast burritos are cheap, delicious, and served up quick to workers on their way into the office.

Tacos Delta

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As popular as sit-down brunch has become in Silver Lake, locals still flock to Tacos Delta for grab-and-go breakfast burritos, which hover under $5 apiece.

Tere's Mexican Grill

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This longtime Melrose Ave. favorite has popularized American Mexican food for the Hancock Park neighborhood, particularly on the breakfast front thanks to their simple, cheap chorizo burrito options. Don’t hesitate to try to breakfast torta either.

The Corner Deli & Grill

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At $7 it’s hard to beat this West LA deli counter spot, which pushes three kinds of meat, three eggs, cheese, and hash browns into a single stuffed tortilla.

Tom Bergin's

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The rethought Tom Bergin's is back and better than ever, thanks to a classed-up interior and full menu that includes what has become a neighborhood favorite breakfast burrito.

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Chomp Eatery & Juice Station

The popular breakfast burrito at this Santa Monica cafe space runs $10 and includes bacon, potato, egg, avocado, American cheese, and veggies.

Corner Cottage

This Burbank breakfast burrito specialist packs in a few pounds of creamy morning potatoes with every burrito they churn out, and locals can't get enough. If you're heading here for a weekend burrito run, be prepared to wait.

Da Juice Bar

Perhaps the city's only kimchi-laced breakfast burrito, this Glendale juice shop is a surprising hit — especially for vegetarians.

Dino's

Open in Lincoln Heights since 1968 and with prices to match, Dino’s does a simple breakfast burritos with bacon or sausage, plus beans, eggs, hash browns, and cheese.

Fat Burrito

This breakfast burrito spot has everything you want in a morning gutbuster, from chorizo and beans to nopales and ham.

Flake

Venice has no shortage of breakfast burrito options, including the popular Flake, whose own simple version contains bacon, eggs, and American cheese. Add avocado for extra creaminess.

Gorditas

Yes, their namesake gorditas and quesadillas are a hit, but for A.M. dominance in Bell it’s all about getting the breakfast burrito. Load up on the chorizo and potatoes.

Home Restaurant

Los Feliz brunch legend Home draws long lines on weekends, with plenty of hip kids coming for the all-day breakfast. That includes their breakfast burrito (more of a wrap, really) that’s loaded with eggs, bacon, black beans, and two kinds of cheese.

Hugo's Tacos

This Atwater Village walk up may not compete with nearby Tacos Villa Corona, but their simple (and cheap) array of breakfast burritos still make for a satisfying morning meal.

Joan's on Third

Almost everything is better at the thoughtful Joan’s on Third, including their quality breakfast burrito, which includes guacamole and comes with a side of sour cream.

La Azteca Tortilleria

Already known for its pliant tortillas and chile relleno lunchtime options, this East L.A. classic does an egg and potato breakfast burrito option that’s not to be missed.

My Taco

A Highland Park strip mall staple, My Taco does it all. That includes weekend breakfast burrito saviors, which come fully loaded with chorizo, eggs, rice, beans, and cheese.