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Downtown has LA’s Best Coffee

DTLA has arguably the BEST coffee in all of LA.  From the newly opened GiorgiPorgi to Spring For Coffee we just can’t speak highly enough of LA’s abundance of coffee options.

Spring for Coffee

Address: 548 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Phone: (213) 228-0041
Yelp link: (4.5 stars with 300+ reviews)

  • Portland Coffee Roasters are great – so we’re big fans and the baristas here are super friendly


Shoutout to the super fly Mikaella Luis

Shoutout to the super fly Mikaella Luis

and the insanely beautiful Joyce Lee

and the insanely beautiful Joyce Lee

Address: 137 E 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Phone: (213) 687-7753
Yelp link: (5 stars with 80+ reviews)

  • Super hip.  Super new.  Super cool.
  • They serve their coffee and lattes in slanted cups that are all the rage these days in hipsterdom

Urth Caffe

Address: 451 S Hewitt St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Phone: (213) 797-4534
Yelp link: (4 stars with 4000+ reviews)

  • Love the chocolate crumble muffin and blueberry cheesecake
  • Classic LA café – one of the best known and DTLA location is great

Stumptown Coffee

Address: 806 S Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90021
Phone: (855) 711-3385
Yelp link: (4.5 stars with 500+ reviews)

  • Portland based coffee roaster – we’re big fans of almost everthing from Oregon and Stumptown is no different

Cafe Dulce

Shoutout to the dapper Rob Jackson

Shoutout to the dapper Rob Jackson

Address: 134 Japanese Village Plz, Bldg E, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213) 346-9910
Yelp link: (4 stars with 1600+ reviews)

  • Great for coffee and donuts – we love this place

Philz Coffee

Address: 801 S Hope St, Unit A, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Phone: (213) 213-2616
Yelp link: (4.5 stars with 400+ reviews)

  • Super popular Seattle coffee brand’s DTLA location
  • Try their mojito – such a unique coffee drink

Blacktop Coffee

The super smart and talented Matthew Manos

The super smart and talented Matthew Manos

Address: 826 E 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Phone: (213) 599-8496
Yelp link: (4 stars with 200+ reviews)

  • Great independent coffee shop in the heart of the Arts District

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