4 new coffee shops to try this fall

Welcome to the neighborhood! Get your caffeine fix at the latest coffee shops to open around town.
PhotographL: Jakob N. Layman Almond cappuccino at Go Get Em Tiger
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Los Angeles excels at great coffee shops—whether you're working, relaxing or just satisfying your daily (and necessary) caffeine addiction, there's a café in this city that fits your needs. It's no surprise, then, that new coffee shops are popping up all the time. We've found the latest java joints for you to explore, plus the ones to look out for in the coming months.

Visit these coffee shop newcomers

Blue Bottle Coffee
Photograph: Courtesy Blue Bottle Coffee
Restaurants, Caf├ęs

Blue Bottle

icon-location-pin Echo Park

Something’s brewing in Echo Park. Oakland-based coffee house Blue Bottle has nestled into the Eastside location, bringing its signature roasts and baked goods to yet another LA hood. Home to masterful pour overs, espressos, specialized roasts and fancy latte art, this ever-expanding coffee spot is no rookie. The exposed brick walls, industrial light fixtures, and picture-perfect coffee might just make for the perfect insta-worthy photo. Note: If you’re craving an iced coffee, get your caffeine fix with the highly coveted New Orleans cold brew.

Melrose Umbrella Co.
Photograph: Courtesy Melrose Umbrella Co.
Bars, Cocktail bars

Melrose Umbrella Co.

icon-location-pin Melrose

Proof that coffee and cocktails go really well together, Melrose Umbrella Co. has expanded their cocktail bar to include a coffee program. Now open at 9am every day, the bar has started serving espresso, nitro cold brew, drip coffee, pressed juice, tea and tonics, and Farmshop pastries.

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Shreebs
Photograph: Courtesy Shreebs
Restaurants, Coffee shops

Shreebs

icon-location-pin Downtown Arts District

Shreebs has opened Downtown—but for how long they'll stay, no one is certain. The pop-up coffee shop, currently located in a shipping container in the Arts District, has previously set up shop in a backyard in Venice, a laundromat in Hollywood and other random locations throughout LA, serving locally-sourced, fresh roasted coffee to neighbors in need. Stop by for one of their unique cold brew lattes, like a choco chili latte made with dark chocolate, smoked chipotle chili and cane sugar.

The Paramount Coffee Project
Photograph: Courtesy The Paramount Coffee Project
Restaurants, Coffee shops

The Paramount Coffee Project

icon-location-pin Fairfax District

You can call it PCP for short. The Paramount Coffee Project, an Australian-owned coffee shop, has brought flat tops and mezcal salmon salads to Fairfax. It's as suitable for brunch as it is for a quiet espresso, with a menu that includes pork shoulder and fried egg roti—and a Vegemite butterscotch shake. Yup, that's happening.

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Capuchino at Go Get Em Tiger
PhotographL: Jakob N. Layman

Look out for....

Go Get Em Tiger: The successful coffee shop has been operating a pop-up at the old Lucky Duck location all summer, but closed recently to concentrate on their new, permanent location in Los Feliz, which should open by the end of the year. Don't worry—their Larchmont Village location is still going strong.

Café Demitasse: Two new Café Demitasse locations will be opening soon—one in mid-Wilshire in the next few weeks, and one in Hollywood in November.

Alfred: Technically, Alfred already opened in Silver Lake in late August, but quickly shuttered after a few weeks. They do plan to reopen, though, so keep an eye out for their, uh, second opening.
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