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Glendale isn't known for food (except the Armenian joints), especially not trendy little boites. This spot may not win any culinary awards, but residents are thrilled to have something in the other... read more
No lines here, folks. Been popular since day one, but lines are not allowed. Rather, each person is escorted to their own barista. So as not to get lonely, of course. Another lovely location, just ... read more
When two chefs with serious credentials fall in love, this is the baby they make. Prices are a bit high for sandwiches and cookies, but the idea is that it's super high quality. Niman Ranch everyth... read more
Petrossian has been around for ages, but it was ungainly and ignored. Closed for a while to undergo a few nips and tucks, now it's back and better than ever. The shop and deli has added a casually ... read more
It's a coffeeshop. But so much more. Intelligentsia's reputation preceded it on the journey from Chicago to L.A. Best coffee in all the land, made with the priciest machines. Combine that with the ... read more
Urth Caffe continued the opening a third LA outpost in Santa Monica. It's lively, reliable, and offers crowd-pleasing healthy fare for busy business lunchers and the leisurely coffee klatch crew. T... read more
Expensive, way too. But that's probably part of the draw. Constant celebrities streaming towards cheese platters, deli salads, cupcakes, pastries. Paparazzi stationed outside. Break through, get to... read more
Heralded as having the the best pancakes on the west coast, and the french toast seems to be able to cure mood-related maladies. Prepare to wait for brunch service and be careful getting out of the... read more
This tiny juice bar, run by knowledgeable, friendly hippie types is a welcome replacement for popular commercial smoothie joints. The Hot Tomato Tonic certifiably cures ailments and apple triple gi... read more
Built from the ground up as the dream of a coffee-loving couple, the Mins, LA Mill is up there with some of the most legit coffee emporium's in the country. The boutique is Lamill's way of interact... read more
Royal/T exports the best of Japanese youth culture and supplants it on a non-descript street in Culver city. Its ivy-covered exterior alludes to an inside world of pop art spectacular. The Japanese... read more
From 8am-1pm on Sundays, shop for all the accoutrements for your Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday night dinner, while feasting on brunch from the plentiful food trucks and stands of baked goods. Feature... read more
As if you had forgotten, take a trip to the Malibu Farmer's Market every Sunday from 10am-3pm to remind yourself that, yes, you are in Malibu: where you can watch celebrities pose for paparazzi ami... read more
In a tiny alcove in the back of this Los Feliz coffee shop sits a world of wonder: a fantastical, dimly-lit jungle room, shrouded in moss, branches, and green-lit lanterns. Sure the lighting isn't ... read more
This ivy-covered, European-style cafe has a mission: "Stand against the establishment's over-processed food! No more industrialization of our individual nourishment!" Right on, Daily Dose, now hand... read more
Locals in the know come in droves to La Brea to load up on fresh loaves, ovals, baguettes, and rounds. Tempting sandwich menu makes the best of the bread: turkey avocado loaded up with spicy mayo a... read more
It's hard to leave this all-day cafe at Terranea Resort. Maybe it's the baskets of fresh cinnamon buns and scones made each morning, or perhaps it's the tuna, veggie, and turkey sandwiches, or the ... read more
Swanky London-bred Cantonese classes up the Hills of Beverly. Glamo...
In an opulent 1927 Moorish revival building, the new Palihouse Sant...
How do you say "sexified, neck-craning hot spot" in Mandarin? Becau...
Chef Jeff Mahin's Hollywood pizza joint has some fan favorite pies ...