POLL – Name your neighborhood coffee hangout!

What are your fave places to relax with a cup of coffee?

You can choose more than one. Add your thoughts and more suggestions in the comments below!

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131 Responses to “POLL – Name your neighborhood coffee hangout!”

  1. Dennis says:

    Hot Java in Long Beach at Broadway and Cherry.

  2. Diana says:

    M Street is the best. Best coffee, best baristas, best location, best special events, best place to sit and relax!

  3. Appled says:

    M Street is the place for a real coffee experience. Andrea knows just how to keep the place authentic and welcoming.

  4. Todd says:

    Urartu in Glendale

  5. Cindy says:

    Kaldi’s in South Pasadena or Buster’s in South Pasadena

  6. katie says:

    Kaldi in Atwater!

  7. Sophia says:

    Intelligentsia in Silverlake

  8. Craig says:

    Cafe de Leche on York & Avenue 50 in Highland Park!

    • Vanessa says:

      Grew up a few blocks up from this place happy to see a coffee shop in HLP went inside & was very disapointed. Not friendly at all maybe it was because I was from the neighborhood & not from Oxy or visiting from out the area…. to bad.

  9. JDog says:

    Intelligentsia in Silverlake!!! Duh!

  10. Josh says:

    Portfolio in Long Beach! 4th/Junipero

  11. Matt says:

    Cafe Bolivar on Ocean Park

  12. alec says:

    novel cafe in santa monica. The first one, off of main, not the one on ocean park.

    • Michael says:

      The old Novel off of Main is now called 212 Pier (it’s address) and operates under different ownership.

      Stir Crazy on Melrose near Highland isn’t on here

  13. Patti says:

    Urth Cafe on Melrose in West Hollywood is by far the best coffee in LA!

  14. Beth says:

    Aroma Coffee and Tea Co. in Studio City on Tujunga Ave. My MOST favorite of favorite valley hangouts!

  15. andrea says:

    Abbot’s Habbit in Venice!

  16. Tbone says:

    Catalina Coffee in my hometown Redondo Beach. Great coffee, good food, nice relaxing atmosphere. Always my post bike-ride hang.

  17. scott says:

    Urth Cafe in West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. They have the Italian cappuccino that’s orgasmic. An old favorite is Rose Cafe in Santa Monica. Good coffee, great environment. If you’re down south Newport Beach has Keane’s coffee on 17th. John Paul’s Goodies in Laguna Beach. He’s known as the Coffee Nazi but makes the best Euro cappuccino I’ve had. Portfolio in Long Beach.

  18. Nancy says:

    I was visiting L.A. and happen to stop in M Street Coffee for

    a latte. It was delicious !!! Great taste. The coffee shop

    is so cute and has a great energy. The barista’s were so

    friendly. I purchased a reuseable holder for my coffee cup.

    It is really cool with different colored prints on it. People

    are always asking me where I got my holder. I tell them to

    get on line and order one. MStreetcoffee

  19. Karen says:

    What a delightful coffee shop! Very relaxing, good conversation if you want it and there are has lots of exciting events scheduled. Andrea serves wonderful coffees and cappucinnos.

  20. alesha says:

    M Street has the best coffee and best atmosphere!!!!!!!!!!!!! love love love this place!

  21. Erin says:

    M Street Coffee!! Not only is it a nice place to sit and have a java break, but it’s ideal for meeting friends and colleagues, checking out new artwork and feeling the community spirit of our neighborhood. Their charismatic redhead barrista Kate knows the “regular” drinks of all M Street regulars — how she remembers, I’ll never know! — and it always makes me feel special… And I see her do it over and over for so many people!! Owner Andrea is lovely and welcoming, and has been a tremendous supporter of our local schools, too. Oh yeah, and the coffee is GREAT!

  22. Sylvia says:

    M Street is the place, by far the best coffee and tea, and she always has the coolest artwork on display. Andrea has created a warm and inviting atmosphere, and a great community where people can meet. Anytime I’m meeting someone for tea, I schedule it for M Street.

  23. Beth Anne says:

    Cow’s End, Venice Beach

  24. Annie says:

    Urartu in Glendale. Cozy, extremely friendly staff and quiet.

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