Mid-City's Larchmont Blvd gets schooled in all things roasted and brewed at Go Get Em Tiger, a growing coffee empire from varsity team Kyle Glanville and Charles Babinski. Here, ice cream cases are replaced with a long, standing bar where coffee nerds and newbies can get their caffeine fix. (Those looking for a frozen treat, can request the milkshake mixed with Strauss vanilla ice cream and an eye-opening four shots of espresso.) The light-filled, minimalist space features grab-and-go bottles of housemade cold brew, pastries and retail items from brewing supplies to beans. There's an all-star line-up of coffee—expect four to six rotating varieties at a time—from San Francisco (Ritual), Vancouver (Forty Ninth Parallel) and PDX (Heart Roasters). Take a seat at one of the low-slung wooden stools or tabletops by the bar for toast and jam (courtesy Saving the Season) to go with that pour-over. Our number one pick? The almond macadamia nut latte.
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230 N Larchmont Blvd
|Opening hours:||Daily 6:30am-8pm|
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One of the cutest places I've seen for a coffee shop - even the name is super unique!
Came here with a friend to catch up and he recommended this one. It's a very minimalistic shop but very tastefully done. I'm not a coffee drinker but they have a great tea selection as well.
Based on what I could tell, they put a lot of pride and work into their roasts and selection. I also enjoyed the to go coffee beans and ground you can purchase. If I were a coffee enthusiast, I'd be all over that!
The lovely, chambray-clad staff of this place craft some of the most luscious espresso beverages around. The food menu by a Sqirl-alum is a delicious and savory addition.
Great little spot for coffee, pastries and the darling of the brunch world these days, toast. There aren't a ton of places to sit, and it's not the coziest spot, but it is well-designed, the staff is friendly and most importantly, the coffee is good.