We all know how important the role of coffee is in our lives, but isn’t it a plus when the coffee spot you choose is rad as well? We ventured down Silverlakes Sunset Blvd in finds of the dreamiest places to pick up some iced coffees and sconces (with our new Cold Bitch Brew Case of course.) Here's what we found.
Dinosaur Coffee is not only simple but essential because they only use coffee beans from San Fran’s Four Barrel coffee and teas from Song Tea. The vibe in this cute hidden spot inspires productivity, and it seems that everyone in there is working on a project whether it’s an in person meeting or being on their laptop. With a well curated space for everyone to be productive while drinking their cup of coffee, we advise not to underestimate our friends at Dinosaur Coffee! Dinosaur Coffee 4334 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90029
Intelligentsia Coffee originating first in Chicago, Intelligentsia has pioneered all the way to the west coast, and we are forever grateful for that! Intelligentsia has only two goals and it’s that each shop is presented in “an environment steeped in education and humility.” If their coffee and attitude isn’t reason enough to stop by this neighborhood gem than the coffee shop itself will. When you walk up to Intelligentsia, you find a tall burnt maroon building with blue and white tiled floor with a marble counter that is center stage when you ask for your perfect hand made espresso. Intelligentsia Coffee 3922 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90029
Alfred’s Coffee first originated in January 2013 and we are almost positive they came up with the phrase “But first, coffee.” Well if they didn’t then they do surely live by it. You probably know this spot because they are the most popular photo opt coffee spot there is in LA! If you want to visit their shop but don’t feel like having coffee, it’s totally cool because they also have a tea room on Melrose that will make all your “pink” dreams come true! Alfred Coffee + Kitchen 3337 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
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