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Go Get Em Tiger
Today 6:30 AM – 8:00 PM
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230 N Larchmont Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90004
230 North Larchmont BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90004
$$Cafe, Restaurant
Coffee Shop
Today 6:30 AM – 8:00 PM
Monday 6:30 AM – 8:00 PMTuesday 6:30 AM – 8:00 PMWednesday 6:30 AM – 8:00 PMThursday 6:30 AM – 8:00 PMFriday 6:30 AM – 8:00 PMSaturday 6:30 AM – 8:00 PMSunday 6:30 AM – 8:00 PM
hand crafted espresso beverages, brewed coffee, waffles, breakfast items, and pastries made on site, served in a simple and relaxed space, with both indoor and outdoor seating. no need to wait in line, just step right up to the bar to place your order.
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Coffee, tea & baked goods in a counter-serve setting with minimal-chic decor & bench seating.- Google
"Pretty good coffee shop, although they don't roast their own beans."
"Still, that G&B Coffee Shake makes this place 4-Star worthy."
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Juvi Guevara
3 months ago
I have to say, the famed Almondmilk Cappuccino wasn't as great as advertised, but after getting a whiff of the vibe and a look at their small, but tasteful menu, I think it's safe to give this place 4 stars. After trying amazing coffee concoctions all over LA, such as the Horchatta Latte at Tierra Mia on Alvarado and The Vietnamese Iced coffee at Cafe Dulce in Little Tokyo, I guess I must have spoiled my taste buds for the sweet stuff. But even so, I could still tell the coffee, here, is really high quality and has a nice balancing out effect with whatever you decide to order for food. And if you really have a sweet tooth as big as mine, go for the G&B Shake; it's not too thick, yet still packs a hefty punch with its creamy texture and perfect balance of java flavor and sweetness. If you want my advice, get the perfect pairing by ordering a non-sweet coffee here, such as the Almondmilk Cappuccino, and walk a short distance a few doors down to Baby Cakes NYC and get yourself a donut or two for the perfect treat; or you could go for the sugar overload a few doors up and get a hefty, sugar-packed cupcake from Crumbs Bakeshop. I've yet to try the waffles here, but they and the pastries look like nothing special, and I can attest from personal experience that the avocado toast is way overpriced ($10), when it's really just a thick slab of toast with slices of avocado, cherry tomatoes, a dash of pepper, and a sprig of cilantro. I could have made that myself at home. Still, that G&B Coffee Shake makes this place 4-Star worthy. Get ready for some order confusion, long lines, and even longer wait times, though. People thought your review was:
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Alex Hatem
in the last week
Cool space, delicious food and coffee and great service
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Sean Reyes
6 months ago
Food is great, pastries are tasty, was going to give 5 stars, but i couldn't help but notice 2 of the guys behind the bar chatting for 5 minutes while customers at the bar were waiting for help, my girlfriend included.
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Edmond Keung
in the last week
Superb quality of specialty grade coffee
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Scott Ball
3 months ago
Pretty good coffee shop, although they don't roast their own beans. My Americano was competent and the brownie was yum, but I couldn't quite figure out if there was a method to the ordering madness. I don't think there is a line, per se; it seemed like you just found a free spot at the bar and ordered. That part was weird, but not enough that I wouldn't go back.
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Brandon Troiano
5 months ago
So this is a bar but for coffee. When you approach the bar, the barista will ask if you want to hang out? No, he's not hitting on you. He's asking if you want to drink coffee here. Then you order the drink. They make the drink and watch as you taste it so that they know you're satisfied. If not, ask for adjustments. You can drink by the bar, or sit down at a table. I thought their cold brew was alright. The prices were a bit steep, but I liked their attention to detail. The barista has even won a bunch of awards! I'll come back when I'm a baller :)
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Steven Martinez
a year ago
Although the Macadamia Milk Latte is pricey here, It is definitely worth it to come by and try this drink! I also ordered a business and pleasure. The business and pleasure comes with their house made almond macadamia milk, a beautiful carbonated tea from Song Tea in San Francisco, and a shot of their espresso. Both of the items I ordered were made quickly as well as thoughtfully. I definitely will be coming back when I am in the area.
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Matthew Gaskill
a year ago
Good strong coffee makes me want to rate this place higher, but it has too many issues. Awkward ordering process similar to being at busy bar, limited seating, and two choices of milk: a watery cashew almond milk and whole milk. They do have a few options for food and pastries.


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