M Cafe’ Brings Brunch To Brentwood, Saturday Dec 21

L.A.’s marquee macrobiotic eatery adds weekend brunch to their newest location, featuring signature breakfast items, fresh-crafted smoothies, beverages and delicious guilt-free pastries

M Café, a Los Angeles macrobiotic eatery, is now offering weekend brunch menu  with signature  items from Chef Lee Gross.  Available from 7 am to 3 pm every Saturday and Sunday, guests can start their day with an “M-Crafted” juice or smoothie, and Vegan Benedict ($10.25), M Café Breakfast Bento ($12-$15.95), or grab a Breakfast Burrito with scrambled organic tofu, black beans, brown rice, and fresh kale, all wrapped in a gluten-free tortilla with a spicy chipotle sauce ($6.95).

M Café also offers an extensive selection of detoxing and invigorating hand-crafted juices ($6.50-$13.95) like the signature Lemon Kick in the Grass with green apples, ginger, lemon juice and a shot of wheatgrass – the ultimate liver cleanser; it’s vitamin rich and cleansing Green Day with fresh kale, parsley, cucumber, and celery; and its nutrient rich elixir, The Detox, with kale, spinach, celery, ginger, lemon and cilantro. Exclusively available at the Brentwood location, M Café will be offering delicious macrobiotic smoothies like Rise ‘N Shine with orange juice, pineapple, ginger, and strawberries ($6.25-$8.25). Guests can also try a boost or shot ($1-$3.25) including Chia Seeds, Chlorella, Maca, or Spirulina, among others.

If you’re looking for a pick-me-up , savor one of M Café’s organic hot coffees and teas ($2.95-$5.25), like a Cappuccino or Americano, or the Masala Chai and Mate Latte, all organically sourced and brewed fresh.

WHERE:         11678 San Vicente Blvd.

  • Los Angeles, CA. 90049
  • (310) 207-1122

WHEN:           Every Saturday and Sunday

  • 7 am to 3 pm
  • Breakfast also served daily from 7 am to 11 am


Lee Gross’ keen perspective on how to successfully bring macrobiotic cuisine to a mainstream dining audience has been instrumental to the success of M Café over the last seven years. Drawn to the world of macrobiotic cuisine and how food affects our lives and overall well-being, Gross studied alternative health sciences at the Kushi Institute in Becket, MA. In 2001, Gross met Mina Dobic, the macrobiotic counselor to actress Gwyneth Paltrow, which led to a position as the Oscar-winning performer’s personal chef. When CHAYA Corporate Executive Chef Shigefumi Tachibe was exploring a new macrobiotic concept in 2005, he brought Gross on board to help launch M Café.