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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

1. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

(6)

2081 Hillhurst AveLos Angeles, CA 90027

(323) 913-3457

Daniel is the BEST Barrista. So friendly and always knows my order when I walk in. Definitely makes my day.

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2. Four Leaf Tea Room

(5)

318 E 2nd StLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 621-2559

I am fond of drinking tea and that's the reason why I'm a fan of this shop. They sell quality teas and the blends are amazing.

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Volcano Tea House

3. Volcano Tea House

(9)

2111 Sawtelle BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90025

(310) 445-5326

Just went there for my first time yesterday, July 8, 2007. A/C was working really good. I have read the Reviews before I went there, all were negati…

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Kaldi Coffee & Tea

4. Kaldi Coffee & Tea

(4)

3147 Glendale BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90039

(323) 660-6005

My husband favorite coffee place. We have been going here for 8 years. Near main shopping street in Atwater.

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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

5. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

8500 Beverly BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90048

(310) 659-7330
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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

6. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

(2)

1001 Gayley AveLos Angeles, CA 90024

(310) 208-1991

Having lived in Westwood for 4 years as a UCLA student, this is my favorite local hangout. It's way better than the CBTL two blocks east (I don't k…

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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

7. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

(1)

209 S Mednik AveLos Angeles, CA 90022

(323) 263-9317

Love their Tea Lattes. and the best breakfast food ever!

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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

8. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

(3)

10401 Venice BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90034

(310) 842-9330

parking can be bad sometimes depending on how busy it is. a little strip mall with other stores and other customers, so you have to fight for the sp…

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9. Peet's Coffee & Tea

1154 S Los Angeles StLos Angeles, CA 90015

(310) 954-8191
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10. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

BBB Rating: A+

5700 Wilshire Blvd Ste 120Los Angeles, CA 90036

(323) 931-4948

From Business: Founded in 1963, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is one of the largest privately held chains of specialty coffee and tea stores in the United States. It operates more …

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Drnk Coffee & Tea

11. Drnk Coffee & Tea

1528 N Vermont AveLos Angeles, CA 90027

(323) 660-1232

From Business: DRNK serves UP artisanal. Organic coffees and teas. Guests rave about the bold taste of each drink whether HOT or cold. Coffees have been hand selected and roaste…

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12. DRNK Coffee & Tea

6848 W Sunset BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90028

(323) 469-8825

From Business: DRNK serves UP artisanal. Organic coffees and teas. Guests rave about the bold taste of each drink whether HOT or cold. Coffees have been hand selected and roaste…

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13. Peet's Coffee & Tea

800 W 1st StLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 624-1245
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14. Peet's Coffee & Tea

701 W Cesar E Chavez AveLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 337-0172
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15. Peet's Coffee & Tea

735 S Figueroa St Ste 2776Los Angeles, CA 90017

(213) 330-4543
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16. Peet's Coffee & Tea

645 W 9th St Apt 0022Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 452-0840
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17. Peet's Coffee & Tea

845 S Figueroa St # 484Los Angeles, CA 90017

(213) 629-0039
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18. Peet's Coffee & Tea

670 S Mission RdLos Angeles, CA 90023

(213) 383-5058
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19. Peet's Coffee & Tea

670 S Avenue 21Los Angeles, CA 90031

(213) 383-5058
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20. Peet's Coffee & Tea

1342 N Alvarado StLos Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 483-5573
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21. Peet's Coffee & Tea

2511 Daly St # 511Los Angeles, CA 90031

(323) 539-2400
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22. Peet's Coffee & Tea

3410 W 3rd St # 0032Los Angeles, CA 90020

(213) 480-1421
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23. Peet's Coffee & Tea

3461 W 3rd St # 2261Los Angeles, CA 90020

(213) 384-6342
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24. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

900 W 34th St Suite 130aLos Angeles, CA 90007

(213) 821-3482
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25. Peet's Coffee & Tea

3434 S Grand AveLos Angeles, CA 90007

(213) 821-8001
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26. Peet's Coffee & Tea

2600 S Vermont Ave # 0294Los Angeles, CA 90007

(323) 732-3863
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27. Peet's Coffee & Tea

3607 W Sunset Blvd # 4Los Angeles, CA 90026

(310) 876-1600
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28. Peet's Coffee & Tea

2520 Glendale Blvd # 0732Los Angeles, CA 90039

(323) 666-5392
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29. Peet's Coffee & Tea

2320 S La Salle AveLos Angeles, CA 90018

(310) 363-6140
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30. Peet's Coffee & Tea

670 S Western AveLos Angeles, CA 90005

(213) 383-5058
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Helpful Reviews 
House Of Pies
cityhawk9 rated

Since our charming Angelz coffee shop closed (replaced by some truly icky "gourmet" food outfit) I haven't been able to find a replacement that combines good food and reasonable prices. I've tried to "bond" with HOP but it's been a fail more often than not. I will list the problems in order of greatest annoyance: 1. the atmosphere. I hate the counter. It's like having breakfast in a high chair for a baby. One need not be seated on a precipice, thank you. 2. the waiters and waitresses are mostly nice, but often harried and they radar their work drama too much to the customer. It's like watching a reality show set in a coffee shop sometimes. That is not friendly pleasantry or banter, it's torture. 3.the food is a real crap shoot. Breakfast is fairly lousy here; take the extra mile and go the Astro for a good breakfast. Frozen hash browns? YUKK! The omelettes are okay but pricy. Their version of anything Mexican is really bad, don't bother. They do have a really good fresh roasted turkey sandwhich, and a good burger, but the fires are generic and ho-hum. And the tab fails to please; too high for such mediocrity! 4. They seem to get a lot of return business from neighborhood folks, elders, and...unfortunately... families with shrieking children. I left with a half headache one morning; it was like eating in a day care for pre-schoolers. Which brings us around to what they are really selling: pie. order it, pick it up, take it home. They have a convenient location in their favor, but this is one House that is rarely in order. There is also a most unpleasant Asian woman of sour demeanour who seems to be the manager; warning: she can't handle criticism. I don't plan to spend much time in this House. There are 2 better options within a couple miles east or west (Astro and The Dunes on Sunset) with better food.

Cafe Beaujolais
msebae rated
oo-la-la

Our visit to Cafe Beaujolais was by happenstance - my wife and I were on our way from Pasadena to Santa Monica for a xmas party, but wound up stuck on the Glendale 5S for over 30 minutes before deciding to abort the westside foray. On our way back through Eagle Rock on local streets, we decided to salvage the night out by swinging by a french bistro I've heard a few times but never had a reason to stop by at until now!The best about Cafe Beaujolais is the atmosphere - it's as authentic as one can get. It's in a bit gritty neighborhood, walk-ins only, and the dark interior is plastered with '20s french movie posters and blaring Forget Paris soundtrack ;-). And all the waiters speak French. OK food - it's good. We got the duck pate (congealed innards is always fabulous), rainbow trout (awesome sauce) and steak fritte (this was a bit of a letdown - authentic, but a bit disappointing on the quality of meat). And for dessert, of course: creme brule. The service was friendly and well coordinated, and overall the experience was tres bien!

Cafe Beaujolais
ilovebacon rated
I went here on a Wednesday nig...

I went here on a Wednesday night, and we came before the rush. A surprisingly busy restaurant for a weekday, but it could be that families were enjoying holiday dinners too. They brought out french baguette pieces for us to eat while we wait for our food. The bread seemed a little stale. My fiance and I shared a french onion soup to start with. It was a bit too vinegary and tangy for my taste. Usually, french onion soup has more beef broth flavor. The cheese melted on top was also mediocre. For my entree I had the Steak Maitre d' and my fiance had the filet mignon. My dish was good, but I don't think it was worht the price. The steak seems a little lacking in flavor. French fries were fine. The filet mignon dish was good. We ended with a creme brulee that was very tasty!Parking is scarce - try the street or the neighborhoods around the block.

The Apple Pan
hongsc rated
Old school

If a restaurant was frozen in time from Happy Days, you get an idea of what this place looks and feels like. Everything could be considered an antique from the stools to the toilet. which fooled me when I walked into the bathroom. The long lines had me wondering how good the food was but I was slightly disappointed. The burgers were good with cheese, i've never heard of and the snow cone cups were interesting. The pies were great though and the old school register didn't resemble anything in this decade. All in all. it was a great experience but somehow the food fell short. When I go there, I usually park at the mall without problems because parking is really bad especially at night.

The Apple Pan
Matthew R. rated

You can’t call yourself a hamburger aficionado in Los Angeles without trying the Hickory burger. As far as I’m concerned it’s hamburger perfection: savory/ sweet hickory smoked barbecue, mayo, cheddar cheese and crisp lettuce. That’s it. Nothing fancy and it doesn’t need to be. The fries are always cooked to a golden crisp and one order is enough for two people to share. On top of that, they also serve the best banana cream pie in town. The servers can seem surly at times, but they’re no slouches. Lines to get in can be long, but the wait is worth it.

Caffe Bene
Yvonne L. rated

Caffe Bene is a great place for hanging out with friends. They offer tasty dessert and drinks with nice presentation. My favorite item here is the shaved ice cup. Staffs are friendly. this place has great environment for customers to relax or study. There are 2 levels- ground level is for regular gathering and the 2nd floor is the quiet zone. The only problem I have so far is the free wifi here is super slow. Valet parking available; the fee is $2. A few free parking spots (with Caffe Bene marks on the ground) available if you get to the cafe early.

Caffe Luxxe
glendale100 rated
Luxxe is Luxe. As the name ind...

Luxxe is Luxe. As the name indicates, this is a high-end cafe place. You'll find all the requisite drinks and coffees including single origin. They also sell beans and pastries. Coffee is good, well crafted as is to be expected. Prices are upscale, service is correct.The best part is the outdoor patio, located in the courtyard of one of the more beautiful mid-century buildings along San Vicente Blvd/Brentwood area among trees and plants. Close to San Vicente and Whole Foods markets make this a nice destination.

Fred 62
Amy F. rated

Casual hipster dining in banquettes that look like they were ripped straight out of old cars. My kids love their mac-and-cheese balls... I'm partial to their salads. They've got "greasy spoon" standards (burgers/milkshakes) as well as some more interesting/healthy options. You sometimes have to wait for a table, but I've never had to wait too long. Servers are nice and always hustling to get you what you need.

Alchemist Coffee Project
young h. rated

Alchemist replaced what used to be Bourbon Street Cafe and I couldn't be happier. Their cold brew and iced Spanish latte is great. They serve Copa Vida and Intelligentsia beans so you know they know their coffee. As for parking it's usually valet for $2. There is street parking but it's hard to find, especially at night. Highly recommended.

Suehiro Cafe
dave o. rated

If you like little hole in the wall places. And eating at 2am on a Sunday, head to this place -- it's been here for decades, and people I know who came here as teenagers still swear by it twenty five years later. I had a Sukiyaki over rice bowl, and it was well-priced and tasty. The atmosphere is divey, but that's part of the charm.

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