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République

French Restaurant, Café, and Dessert Shop$$$$
Hancock Park, Los Angeles
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  • Eater
    EaterAugust 4, 2016
    Possibly the most pleasant place to have breakfast in LA, the glorious light in the mornings is hard to beat. Throw in pitch perfect pastries and favorites like croque madame and wild mushroom toast. Read more
  • Reema A.
    Reema AlissaSeptember 4, 2016
    All share plates. Friendly staff. Seatings are not comfortable. Food is amazing. My favorites are the grilled octopus salad, burrata heirloom tomatoes, sweet potato agnolotti, cheese ravioli. 💯
  • Eater
    EaterMay 30
    Republique is a place to come for a celebratory dinner, to meet colleagues for lunch, or to swing by for coffee and stunning midday pastries while staring into your laptop. Read more
  • Vic Z.
    Vic ZaudMay 3, 2015
    Amazing food here. Brunch is a best kept secret. Order from the counter and then sit anywhere in the whole restaurant. Love the eclectic rice porridge with pork and egg. The Stickybomb is insane. Try.
  • LAist
    LAistOctober 31, 2014
    Because of the quality of the breads and baked goods, we'd recommend brioche French toast, salmon tartine with avocado, and the classic croque madame are just a few of the stand outs on the menu. Read more
  • Paola D.
    Paola DOctober 19, 2017
    Visited for my 21st bday and ordered the chicken and waffles brunch. Sooo tasty! The chicken was wonderfully juicy and crunchy. The gravy was also superb. They even gave us treats for the long wait!
  • Deborah A.
    Deborah AbibApril 5, 2016
    I had a delicious brunch with my friend today !! We order the kimchi fried rice and this salmon bruschetta. Both were really delicious. I can't wait to return to République, and try other plates !
  • Emily W.
    Emily WilsonFebruary 24, 2017
    The space feels built for a laissez-faire breakfast, brunch, or lunch. Light spills in beautifully, even when it's cloudy outside. Try the excellent shakshuka or the indulgent mushroom toast.
  • Mike W.
    Mike WiseMarch 7, 2015
    Special of the night wood burning oven baked lasagna: thick al dente noodles with mozzarella and mushrooms in a buttery sauce that created a harmony of taste and texture. May be best pasta in LA!
  • Edel
    EdelNovember 12, 2015
    Amazing place, the french toast is huge perfect one, better than all i ever tasted, shakshoka too much tomato sauce, omelet nice but the side salad nothing special about it.Almond coffee latte 😍😍.
  • Kevork K.
    Kevork KazanjianJune 10, 2015
    Delicious start to finish. Not a single complaint. The bartenders make really good old fashioned too the foie gras was to die for. Make RSVP for dinner if you don't want the bar.
  • LAist
    LAistDecember 4, 2014
    Noshing on the jambon buerre sandwich while sipping a coffee and reading the paper at a corner table atthe spots sun-soaked bistro area might make you feel like you're spending an afternoon in France. Read more
  • Meredith B.
    Meredith BlechmanJuly 1, 2015
    Great atmosphere- lively, communal tables, good energy. All share plates, so great for groups. Order the mushroom pappardelle, beet and avocado salad, bread & butter (trust me), uni toast.
  • Crystal T.
    Crystal TsoiMay 2, 2017
    Been here 5+ times
    There's so much goodness in this menu that it's often hard to decide what to order. The baked pastries are always a solid choice and the Shakshouka is always fireeee. So are their baked breads.
  • Mike W.
    Mike WiseMarch 1, 2015
    Sure everyone has had chicken but never this juicy, never this flavorful. Pasta and bread made fresh daily. The savory celery kicks it all the way up with serrano. Great looking space.
  • Ricky S.
    Ricky SherrillJune 2, 2016
    Fresh juice, coffee, fresh bread & pastries, homemade jams, &must try bacon and eggs makes my list of top breakfast spots. Lunch & dinner is okay too. The move here is to go early & avoid the lines.
  • Tessa S.
    Tessa SpycherAugust 11, 2014
    Fun place w/awesome food. Their pain au chocolat was great. Looking forward to coming back and trying more. FYI for brunch you order at the front and seat yourselves. Makes life easy on a quiet day.
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyJuly 23, 2015
    Shakshouka is an Israeli classic with stewed tomatoes and peppers, black kale, yogurt, cilantro and a fried egg — served with a baguette to drag through the saucy broken yolk. Read more
  • Kevork K.
    Kevork KazanjianMay 22, 2015
    That duck breast was perfection. Make sure to get a cranberry with every bite. The old fashioned was also really good. Sit at the bar to watch bartenders do their thing. Make reservations for dinner.
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyFebruary 12, 2015
    Using a grass-fed, mostly chuck patty (with dry-aged trimmings from those steaks you see hanging behind glass in the dining area), Manzke’s cheeseburger offers a window into indulgence. Read more
  • Sarp E.
    Sarp ErkayaSeptember 14, 2016
    Perfect for breakfast - order at the counter and wait at a table in the well lit dining room. Breakfast sandwich is delicious but heavy. The pastries are superb.
  • Connie C.
    Connie ChiuNovember 4, 2017
    Came for brunch and yum! Usually don’t like brunch cause it’s basic. The interior is cool and gorgeous. Get the kimchi fried rice, French out, and croque madame. The pastry bar is beautiful to look at
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableAugust 5, 2014
    Stop in mornings for viennoiserie, tarts and dough baked, rolled, fried and sweet; and start dinner with housemade bread with salted Normandy butter ($5) or, better yet, wood oven pan drippings ($5). Read more
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyOctober 1, 2014
    At night, after dinner, there’s much joy to be had in Pastry Chef Margarita Manzke’s sage panna cotta, or her sweet and tart and utterly alluring passionfruit tart. Read more
  • Mimi
    MimiDecember 1, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    First of all this place is good in everything. Coffee is amazing, dishes were outstanding! Before i forget, this place was ranked 2nd in the chocolate cakes in the whole LA area! Mushroom toast👍🏼👍
  • GQ Magazine
    GQ MagazineJanuary 5, 2016
    Inside, the cathedral vibe is shaken up by acres of Philippine-sourced geometric tiles and furniture. Above the bar hangs a giant photo of a glaring Marco Pierre White to provide a wink of badassery.
  • Linhda T.
    Linhda TranMarch 16, 2014
    Dinner was divine. Agnolotti is must for any pasta and cheese lover. All the flavors were clean, creative and yummy. Definitely coming back! Service was over the top attentive and experienced.
  • Ryan L.
    Ryan LeggettFebruary 14
    Mmm. Still thinking about that ricotta toast with grapefruit and pistachios. It’s a long wait but it’s worth it. Be sure to grab a 🍪 for later!
  • M-L M.
    M-L MJune 16, 2015
    Delicious food in a nice and trendy setting. The jambon buerre sandwiches scrumptious as is the chicken. Well worth trying it out if in the area.
  • Ali U.
    Ali Uro-MayJanuary 1
    Yummy light and fresh morning cocktails, the green smoothie was delicious, and the avocado toast with egg bacon and burrata was perfect for breakfast. Great place for a light snack or hearty meal.
  • Adel A.
    Adel AlSomaliNovember 12, 2015
    Can confidently say that, of all breakfast spots in LA, this is my # 1. Their french toast and omelette is to die for. Shakshoka is 2/10
  • Nick S.
    Nick StanzioneSeptember 19, 2016
    Normandy butter and baguette is the best deal on the menu (they will continue to bring bread as long as you ask). Steak tartare, agnolotti and short ribs were outstanding. Great ambiance!
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsDecember 11, 2013
    Walter Maznke's ambitious bakery/cafe/restaurant in the former Campanile space in La Brea. Don't miss any of the house-made breads and seasonal specials.
  • LA Weekly
    LA WeeklyOctober 1, 2014
    Start first thing in the morning at the bakery, with an utterly brilliant black sesame croissant, or a dense but somehow light lemon poppyseed cake. Read more
  • Eater
    EaterDecember 20, 2016
    The Rotisserie Chicken is packed with flavor and juicy to the last bite, it's served with fingerling potatoes, black kale, and chicken jus as a foundation.
  • Staff Picks
    Staff PicksApril 14, 2016
    For a French twist on a breakfast menu with some New Asian and New American twists, Republique is the place. The quality of the baked goods and breads itself make this joint stand out. Read more
  • Flytrybe F.
    Flytrybe FlytrybeNovember 26, 2016
    Super busy. Interesting menu. Seat yourself, trendy, hip, ever changing menu... safe bet, always.
  • LAist
    LAistMarch 5, 2015
    Is there really anything more seductive sounding than a French ham-and-cheese sandwich covered in creamy béchamel with a fried egg on top? Get the Croque Madame at Republique, and it's game over. Read more
  • Eater
    EaterMay 9, 2016
    The desserts, breads, and pastries by Margarita are near perfect while the charcuterie board is sure to stun anyone. Read more
  • Tucker A.
    Tucker AustJune 18, 2017
    The same people who do Bestia, so obviously it's gonna be amazing. The chicken is out of this world, as are the pastas. But also come for breakfast! It is beyond delicious.
  • Foursquare Insiders
    Foursquare InsidersOctober 7, 2015
    “A dynamic list of boutique growers with exceptional quality across every price. Don’t overlook the champagne list, focusing on precision, style, and utmost finesse.” - Laura Williamson, Wine Expert Read more
  • James K.
    James KiernanJanuary 11, 2017
    Lively and loud hotspot full of LA hipsters. All of the dishes were outstanding with my favorite being the short rib, black truffle pappardelle and roasted chicken.
  • Justin O.
    Justin OrdovezaMay 27, 2017
    The selection of baked goods is impressive. I enjoyed the rhubarb danish and the oatmeal cookie. There is some outdoor seating.
  • Ameen A.
    Ameen AqeelDecember 29, 2015
    The interior alone is worth a visit, the omelette (Gruyere cheese & mushrooms) was a good option and the "golden juice" is good.
  • Dina P.
    Dina PepitoJanuary 5, 2014
    The croissants were so perfect. Nice flaky crust outside and moist inside! And the bomboli are dangerous. Will now be my breakfast place for any type of meeting!
  • Ameen A.
    Ameen AqeelDecember 29, 2015
    You have go for a pastry when you're here. The crime brûlée cheesecake was perfectly paired with the vanilla almond milk latte (extra shot of course).
  • Reserve
    ReserveFebruary 10, 2016
    The Charcuterie Board is deliciously cured meats complemented by tangy pickled vegetables — the epitome of French simplicity and elegance. Read more
  • debz
    debzNovember 30, 2014
    Get the egg on toast (uni on top of scrambled eggs on top of toast) and the pork chop and belly. Pork chop is cooked to a perfect medium rare.
  • goop
    goopJuly 30, 2014
    The uni toast is insane, the baguettes are absurd (Margarita is a pastry-chef), and the space has been reworked beautifully. Read more
  • Doug d.
    Doug de WetJanuary 3, 2016
    Wonderful brunch! The corn waffle with avocado, black beans, poblano, salsa, and fried eggs is fabulous.
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