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Homegirl Cafe
Cafe$$
Today 7AM–1:30PM
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130 Bruno St Los Angeles, CA 90012
130 Bruno StreetUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90012
(213) 617-0380homegirlcafe.org
$$Cafe, American Restaurant
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Today 7AM–1:30PM
Monday 7AM–1:30PMTuesday 7AM–2:30PMWednesday 7AM–2:30PMThursday 7AM–2:30PMFriday 7AM–2:30PMSaturday 9AM–3PMSunday Closed
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Cafe offshoot of a civic-minded local organization serving baked goods, sandwiches, wraps & salads.- Google
"Absolutely magnificent food across the board, with a ton of vegan options."
"Did not have to wait long to be seated and service was pretty decent."
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Scott Chan
a month ago
Good nonprofit to support. The food is usually pretty tasty. I like when they put little notes on the tables that provide updates of how their staff are succeeding.
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Melvin Hilton
8 months ago
The Good: great restaurant and cafe for a good cause, the food is delicious and service is fast if you get there before 10am. The Bad: if the parking lot in the back is full then street parking can be a little difficult to find. They are closed on Sundays :( I recommend: If you "check in" with yelp you get either get a free, Angela's potion (spinach and mint drink) or cucumber juice, get Angela's potion its really refreshing and you can't taste the spinach. The chilaquiles are amazing. I've also had he M'jas with papas (nopales) but think the chilaquiles are better.
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Alex Page
10 months ago
This place is probably the worst value in the airport. The wraps are almost entirely lettuce as are the salads. I've never seen a wrap with so little meat in it and it wasn't even that good. The only decent value is the sandwiches but even then you're paying $11 for turkey. Search elsewhere for food.
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Hanae K
11 months ago
Came here for lunch to chat with a friend I barely see. Looking for parking took a while. My friend came early so the wait wasn't long when I showed up. I ordered their jamaica (hibiscus) tacos and their spinach-mint limonade juice (aka green potion), which were surprisingly yummy. Their salsa didn't disappoint either. The atmosphere is clean and big, lots of sunlight. Staff is great and the food is made with fresh ingredients. What I love most about this place is they help at-risk and formerly gang involved females by offering then training within the food and service industry. I look forward to coming back here to try their breakfast food.
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Eric Martinez
2 weeks ago
I got here after closing but they but they were still willing to sell me some cupcakes. They gave me a good deal, 2 for 1. My cupcake was a little dry. I might give this place another chance.
Mauro Malizia
5 months ago
It doesn't worth what you pay! $10 for a wrap. $8 for a eggs and bacon croissant, 6$ an orange juice..and the quality is horrible.. Insane
John Banh
2 months ago
If my organization didn't give any annual donation $$$$ to the founder/director himself(Catholic persist) i would let anyone known not to business there. Not only they don't great guess when you walk-in, and not a even THANK YOU after you do business with them. If it was up to me, and they do not any relation or sponsor from a church by member of church. my organization would cancel our regular annual donation $$$$ to them and fund other nonprofit group. This is not a joke, that how i feel every time visit the bakery department. But come on lets all have a heart in us, any give anyone more than just a seconds chance to live. Your truly. John B.
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Jerry Kidd
10 months ago
Came here for breakfast on a Friday. I was able to find street parking about a block away, 2hour metered. I was very happy with my meal and service over all. The fresh juice, Angela's potion, looked gross but it was delicious and very refreshing. The chilaquiles with eggs and potatoes were great and very filling. The portions were huge. Service was quick and friendly. Will return to try other items on the menu.