Brunch + Beach – Hermosa Beach, CA

Dia de Campo…I love you.  If you are ever in Hermosa Beach you must visit this restaurant.  Dia de Campo is described as a modern surf lodge, but I’d like to think of it as home for the next few weekends. Although they did not have a brunch buffet where I can fill my plate with loads of regret, I walked out smiling full and satisfied. Did I mention the live band? With a live band playing and bottomless mimosas what else do you need? Oh, that’s right, the food! So good. I found this deal on Travel Zoo $39 for two people, which included 1 appetizer, 2 entrées, and bottomless mimosas. The average price for this amount of goodies at Dia de Campo would be roughly $80.  Thank you Travel Zoo, you really showed mercy on our wallets.

I had the Pumpkin Zucchini Pound Cake French Toast, what a mouth full…literally.  Talk about mouth watering.  If you are looking for something that is not going to amount to your total daily caloric intake, I’d advise steering clear.  With steak and eggs, short rib empenadas, and squash blossom quesadillas on the menu you are bound to find something that satisfies your taste buds.

After I pretty much ate cake for a meal, we headed to the beach.  Not the smartest idea to be in a two piece with a full belly, but oh well.  The restaurant is right near the strand, so a quick 3 minute walk we were already laying out the towels and setting up the umbrella.

Laying on the beach and releasing all inhibitions is becoming my favorite pastime

 A game of soccer struck up

A little natural vitamin D, does a body good

 Happy Beaching,

-VT3

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