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Looking for a place to chit chat and chill after your meal? Need a place to sit down, grab a drink and get your work done? Whatever your needs is, we have prepared a list of amazing cafes in Koreatown LA just for you! All you need is some time and extra space in your stomach…
Order a cup of coffee and take time to appreciate the wall of portraits at Document Coffee Bar! Not only do they make drinks with amazing flavors, but also they add value in their space by displaying Angeleno artists’ work with different themes, such as the BLM movement. For drink suggestions, we recommend cafe horchata or Document cold brew.
Document Coffee is best to get an after-lunch coffee to-go.
There are two locations of Alchemist Coffee Project in Koreatown, LA. Inside the cafe, there is a long table where you could get your work done or read a bit while sipping your cup of coffee. The drinks and bakery items are not too sweet but flavorful, which is the best thing about this cafe.
We suggest getting a cold brew or a cup of lavender latte, with a slice of new york cheesecake. Vegan blueberry coffee cake or gluten-free financier are also excellent dessert choices, too.
Anyone who likes exploring coffee shops, who prefers a local coffee shop over franchise cafes, Coffee Signal is a perfect place for you! Its pink-themed interior is very cute and adorable. Coffee Signal has several tables and outlets in which you could charge your laptop while working and getting your work done. It is also a perfect place to just have a chat with friends with a cup of coffee.
We highly recommend getting their cold brew or iced mocha latte.
Looking for a cafe with good aesthetics and unique Korean-inspired drinks that will allow for a pleasant experience? Then Cafe de Mama in Koreatown is just the right place for you! Enjoy Cafe de Mama’s all-natural, coloring-free healthy desserts .
We recommend you try Cafe de Mama’s Mugwort Mochi Latte and Injeolmi Latte.
Awesome Coffee is a hidden gem located in a strip mall on Wilshire. They have numerous menu items, which makes it hard to choose one. One thing that is truly ‘awesome’ about this cafe is that it has ice creams and waffles on the menu. The cafe has a good aesthetic, with lots of tables and seatings upstairs.
Awesome Coffee is a great place to relax or do some work.
Caffe Bene used to be one of the most ubiquitous cafes in South Korea. Caffe Bene on Wilshire makes great coffees and good sandwiches. There also are ample tables inside.
Try their honey bread, the bakery choice you wouldn’t regret!
Loft Cafe has a good, comfortable library type atmosphere. They make great vanilla latte. and sweet potato latte.
Try their bingsu if you want a sweet, decadent and a refreshing dessert!
Enjoy Amandine bakery and cafe’s bakery items, like cake, gateau or eclair. You can also enjoy a pleasant brunch time here with all-time favorite brunch items such as french toast or burger.
Amandine brings the freshest sweets and dishes, conveying the finest baking traditions from France and Japan.
Cafe Giverny is a French-inspired Korean-fusion bakery cafe. It has unique menu items such as roasted powder shave ice as well as amazing tea items such as White Pear or English Breakfast.
Try their berry blossom cake with a cup of coffee or a tea and enjoy your afternoon in a small Europe located in Koreatown!
I Coffee Bar is located in Madang Mall, one of the biggest shopping malls in Koreatown LA. Freshly brewed pour over coffee with its signature roast beans is what makes I Coffee Bar special.
You will easily be impressed by their attentive service and most of all, the fact that you could sit down with your coffee, look out the window and enjoy the view of Koreatown. (Better when it is raining outside)
Heuk Hwa Dang is a new boba shop in the Madang Courtyard. Opened on April 9, Heuk Hwa Dang is a South Korean franchise in
Hanu Korean BBQ is a premium KBBQ restaurant that focuses on a fine choice diner, top quality alcohol, and ensures quantity over quality. Although it’s
Let’s be real here. It’s hard to get authentic Korean food on a budget or when you have to wait for an hour to eat
L.O.L is a newly opened Japanese restaurant with rolls, bento boxes, poke, and udon. Located in Koreatown Plaza, you can shop around first before heading
Hookme Rolls is a Korean-Japanese restaurant that recently opened with high anticipation. Hookme Rolls are enjoyed by many customers as they use a significantly different
Ten years ago, beloved Jonathan Gold published his list of “60 Korean Dishes Every Angeleno Should Know” in LA Weekly. Since then Koreatown has undergone
The Fountain LA is a new bar that recently opened in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The bar opened on January 27, 2022 as it is a
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Bagnet Tea House opened in January 2022 as it is located in the northern part of Koreatown. There are not a lot of Filipino restaurants
Yeems Coffee is a new coffee shop that is delicious and also cozy with a homey ambience. Although there is no outdoor seating, it is
Thirteen Play Lounge is a newly opened bar lounge that is a chill spot with spacious seating and beautiful decorations all around. It has huge
Fat Tomato Pizza is a popular chain restaurant that finally opened its door in Koreatown as well. There are many varieties you can choose from
3THYME Coffee & Herbs offer delicious coffee and espresso drinks along with tasty tea drinks as well. It is newly opened in the beginning of
Welcome to KazuNori, an original and new hand roll restaurant that opened in Koreatown recently with other branch locations throughout Los Angeles. Built under the
Chicken Pong is a newly opened Korean fried chicken restaurant that opened on December 16, 2021. It’s a new restaurant that focuses on being different
Tteokbokki, aka Korean spicy rice cakes, are one of the most famous Korean street food that you can think of. With chewy rice cakes, fish