Looking for a twist on run-of-the-mill brunch in Los Angeles? Tired of the same Bloody Marys and kale sides? Consider booking a reservation at Bagatelle LA: the restaurant, which serves up a blend of French and New American cuisines (think grilled wild salmon and truffle gnocchi), turns into a DJ-helmed dance club by mid-afternoon on the weekends, which makes it easy to burn off the calories from that French toast – dancing on tables isn’t uncommon here. Bagatelle LA also makes it easy to get the party started with its hefty punch bowls, which guests can joyfully slurp from together. On weekdays the atmosphere dials back until later in the evening, so the noise-averse may prefer to book on the early end of things, when Bagatelle LA is more upscale eatery than rowdy dance hall.