Restaurants, Coffee shops Downtown Arts District
5 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
Courtesy: David Benhaim

Shreebs has popped up in the Arts District—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.


Venue name: Shreebs
Address: 527 Colyton St
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7am-5pm; Sat, Sun 9am-5pm
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Average User Rating

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Recently had their coffee and its superb! It's a cute little coffee shop in the Arts district with a great staff that is always so friendly!

Stopped by Shreebs on a blustery and somewhat chilly day Downtown to pick up a warm and caffeinated pick-me-up after a boozy brunch earlier in the day had left me somewhat hung-over. The woman stationed at the old shipping container storefront was listening to upbeat jams on an old-school boom box. She was pleasant and inviting, and fixed me up exactly what I needed. I would recommend this place as an alternative to some of the other pretentious coffee spots in the Arts District (looking at you, Blacktop). I got a really creative and refreshing drink—can’t exactly remember what it was, but I would get it again!

A not to be missed spot for foodies and coffee lovers anytime you are in and around DTLA!! The most unique blends of coffee drinks around with a hip and happening vibe!!


As a coffee shop, this place might not be exactly what you're looking for—there aren't comfy couches to sit on or soothing music that plays in the background. But as a place to find really great coffee, it's perfect. The owners, Ren and Casey, are super friendly and creative, opening Shreebs as a place not just for an excellent horchata latte, but as a community center where other creatives can hold pop-ups and collaborate. But about that horchata latte—it's pretty amazing, and steers away from an excessive sweetness that other variations in the city seem to exhibit. Can't wait to see what Shreebs will come up with next!