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BOA Steakhouse Rolls Out Brunch Menu

Mar 03, 2024 09:44PM ● By Mb News Staff

Tres Leches French Toast from BOA Steakhouse's new brunch menu. Photo via BOA.

You've enjoyed lunch and dinner at BOA Steakhouse; why not give brunch a try? 

The fine dining restaurant has just launched a new brunch menu that guests can enjoy Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This new menu includes sweet and savory items that are offered alongside BOA’s specialties.

Brunch offerings include:

Avocado Toast $19: Seasoned Hass avocado, Spanish fried eggs, pickled Fresno chili, radish sprouts;

Aged Parma Prosciutto $18: Compressed cantaloupe melon, orange blossom honey comb;

Tres Leches French Toast $19: Brioche, coconut milk, red berries, confectioners' sugar (see lead photo above);

Eggs Benedict “Oscar” $28: House-made English muffin, Maryland jumbo lump crab, asparagus, hollandaise;

BOA’S Dry Aged Ribeye & Eggs $29: Crushed red bee potato, oven roast tomato, Italian salsa verde.

You can also pair any of the brunch items with BOA's famous cocktails, including a classic mimosa or the vibrant La Quebrada (Tres Generaciones Reposado, Aperol, passion fruit, lime, and agave), pictured below.

BOA Steakhouse and Sushi Roku Serve Side By Side

The popular eateries BOA Steakhouse and Sushi Roku and BOA Steakhouse launched with splashy opening parties at Manhattan Village in October 2022.

The two restaurants, by award-winning Los Angeles restaurant group IDG, were built brand new from the ground up. Both restaurants and dining rooms are side-by-side under one roof, with generous outdoor dining spaces.

BOA Steakhouse seats 160 guests and was designed by Tag Front. (The design is said to be inspired by the question: “What would Tom Ford’s beach house in Manhattan Beach look like?”)

(BOA's interior is bright and sunny at brunch)

The space features a sprawling open-air patio, a dining room anchored by a 12-seat bar, and cozy booths with custom carved wooden tabletops meant to evoke Manhattan Beach’s surfing history. The bar continues the surf theme with a hand-carved bar top resembling longboards of the past.

Sushi Roku and BOA Steakhouse restaurants have gained devotees, respectively, for Sushi Roku’s signature sushi, sashimi and izakaya-style bar fare, and for BOA's 40-day dry-aged New York strip and A5 Japanese Wagyu.   

The sister restaurants have been gradually adding new services in Manhattan Beach: Sushi Roku rolled out its lunch service and BOA Steakhouse began lunch service just over a year ago. Sushi Roku added a to-go and delivery service last summer.

BOA Steakhouse is located at 3110 Sepulveda Blvd. (in Manhattan Village). To make a reservation, visit or call the restaurant at 310-683-4080.

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