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Go Get Em Tiger

Restaurants, Coffee shops Hancock Park
4 out of 5 stars
(7user reviews)
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanGo Get Em Tiger
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanGo Get Em Tiger
 (Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanGo Get Em Tiger
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanCold brew at Go Get Em Tiger
 (Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanCold brew at Go Get Em Tiger
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanLatte at Go Get Em Tiger
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanCappuccino at Go Get Em Tiger
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Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanAlmond capp at Go Get Em Tiger

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. 


By: Katherine Kims


Venue name: Go Get Em Tiger
Address: 230 N Larchmont Blvd
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Daily 6:30am-8pm
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4.3 / 5

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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! 


Expensive and gets pretty busy on the weekends, but if you're looking to get your fancy coffee fix, this is a great place to try.  They make some excellent and elevated drinks that are high quality. I believe this place was founded by some champion baristas (seriously, check out the documentary Barista). If you're not interested in grabbing a pastry or dish of their food (which I hear is all great), your options are plentiful around Larchmont and it's easy to grab a coffee here and head to somewhere like Sam's for a bagel - a great way to start a weekend day. 


Come for the coffee, leave with the chocolate chip cookies. There is something special about stumbling upon the perfect chocolate chip cookie--crispy on the outside, melty in the middle, with just the right amount of sea salt. Just get there early, or else they'll be gone. 

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. 


I have been to this spot a number of times, even though it is quite far from home. Why? Because the coffee is THAT good. They are well known for their almond macadamia nut latte, which is a must try. 

A friend who is a regular there pointed out to me their "Business and Pleasure" menu item. I love that the item name is as creative as the shop name. This fun drink is actually three drinks in one. The "business" part is a smooth shot of espresso followed by a fizzy (yes, sparkling) and hoppy tasting oolong tea . And of course the "pleasure" is a smaller portion of their signature almond and macadamia nut house made milk latte, slightly sweetened with agave. I had the drinks at the counter a couple of times but found out you can do the business there and get pleasure to go. Perfect for when the place is packed and there is not enough counter or table space.

Last time I went, I noticed they have quite a good breakfast and lunch menu. The scrambled eggs looked and smelled divine, topped with some green herbs. 


The coffee is outstanding!! It's a great neighborhood spot with a friendly staff and as Kate said, they have delicious pastries!


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.