With plenty of room to enjoy a leisurely meal, this cafe is designed with the gourmet in mind, and it’s our first LA cafe to feature a full breakfast and lunch menu in the vein of our Mint Plaza cafe.
Spacious and bright, the cafe marries 2,100 square feet of uncluttered interior space—concrete, brick, white ash, dark stone, and Japanese chairs—with the architectural drama of its Art Deco exterior. A communal table and sunny outdoor area means there’s ample seating for guests to linger over their coffee, food, and, of course, the occasional affogato.
Other local favorites include caramelized wafels, baked sandwiches, and velvety avocado toast. Was it T.S. Eliot who said that, to a six year-old boy, “buttered toast” is the most beautiful phrase in the English language?