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Bricks & Scones

Restaurants, Coffee shops Hancock Park
3 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
Blueberry scone at Bricks & Scones
Photograph: 2 Fish Photography Blueberry scone at Bricks & Scones

Time Out says

Treat yourself to a much needed change of scenery. An afternoon pick-me-up at family-owned coffee shop Bricks & Scones feels like a staycation in a friend's living room, where you can finally finish that book of essays you've been thumbing through since Christmas. Grab a chai iced tea and fresh-baked blueberry scone before curling up with your book (or laptop) on a tufted armchair. WiFi is free and the seating is ample, making this neighborhood cafe the kind of place you don't want to leave.

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By: Amanda Montell



Address: 403 N Larchmont Blvd
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 7:30am-10pm; Fri 7:30am-8pm; Sat 8am-10pm; Sun 8am-8pm
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Users say (3)

3 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

3.7 / 5

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Great place to get some work done outside of the house. Bricks & Scones has seating galore (inside & outside) and is a go-to spot for folks who like to work from coffee shops. In fact, many folks seem to claim a spot and spend nearly the whole day working or studying from it. They have the usual list of drinks and a fairly wide range of dishes. Though, I believe most folks just come in for the wifi and seating rather than the food and beverages. If you do decide to stop by, definitely take a stroll through the rest of Larchmont as there is a plethora of great little shops and restaurants that are also worth your time. 


I have loved this place since I first moved to LA--it’s my favorite kind of coffee shop located on one of my favorite streets in LA, Larchmont. Big but cozy, uniquely furnished, solid coffee, a long tea list, pastries and food. The scones are delish, and one of my favorite things for food is the breakfast bowl with bbq chicken -- all of it is made to order. You can sit for hours, in fact, everyone coming here does, and they won’t bother you. If you're looking for a quick grab and go coffee though, this may not be the best choice--head to Go Get Em Tiger down the street. However, If you’re a creative looking to finish your screenplay, a student trying to study for the GRE, or just trying to curl up with a tea latte and good book, this place is for you. 

Not to be a hater, BUT this place just isn’t that great. The baristas seem really inexperienced, so the drinks never turn out exactly how you want them. Some coffee shops can make an excuse for charging $5 for a latte because you know you’re getting something special. This place can’t claim that. There’s a lot of room to sit, but people park there all day, so it can be hard to squeeze in. It is a great place to celeb sightings if you’re into that. My friend claim she saw Ben and Jen come in a few times shortly before they broke things off. Could their breakup be because of Bricks and Scones? If so, just another reason to be disappointed in what could be a really sweet spot.