Having revitalized his stretch of Boyle Heights with a farmers market and cultural center, Juan Romero looks to make a similar move on Central Ave.
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Coffee caliph Eton Tsuno is the consultant behind what could be L.A.'s most ambitious coffee destination yet.
The Los Angeles School District will start donating its significant stock of unused food to local non-profits starting next week.
Demitasse plans to worship farm-sourced coffee and chocolate once open in Downtown.
Since the surrounding area is mostly just Jinky's and Starbucks, a luxury coffee spot should be in demand.
Already the coffee creations here look to be on a different level of artistry from Intelligentsia.
Both locations are currently offering the winning beans while supplies last.
The growing Korean coffee empire has 175 locations back home and one existing shop in L.A.
The founding family claims you can't get a decent cup of espresso in L.A., so they started their own roasting facility and cafe chain.
Darth Vader apparently likes his coffee like he likes his Sides: Dark.
A ban once set to expire gets recharged, while Angelenos may have to forget about Nancy Silverton and Susan Feniger at the airport.
This will be L.A.'s third location of the Starbucks-targeting franchise.
Jeremy Ingram and Parker Martin are building on the success of their Downtown coffee bar.
The Top Chef winner has a new cause and where to get stuck on a boat with Cat Cora.
The only cafe and law office we know will reopen in fall.
Free samples will be given out at Coffee Bean next Tuesday.
Sonja Morgan gets a book deal and the civet cat is prized for its poop.
Police make clear that beer belongs in Dodger Stadium and Drago Centro unleashes a new cocktail list.
Full-size coffee and tea products will be given away to close out April.
The XIV chef will make beignets.