Stumptown Coffee

Restaurants, Coffee shops Downtown Arts District
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Stumptown Coffee Roasters

If, by the late afternoon, you still haven't met your day's caffeine quota, make your way to Stumptown Coffee Roasters, the coffee house that started in Portland and (some would say) served as the catalyst for Downtown's massive coffee culture boom. Housed in a 7,000-square foot warehouse space in the Arts District, the building boasts a 60-kilo Probat coffee roaster, pastries from Sugar Bloom and a menu of 20+ coffees and espresso-based drinks. Plan your visit for 3pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, when the staff leads daily cuppings (that's coffee tastings, for you non-coffee nerds).

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Venue name: Stumptown Coffee
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Address: 806 S Santa Fe Ave
Los Angeles
90021
Opening hours: Daily 7am-6pm
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Brittany M

This location is beautiful, if laid out a little strangely (the row of bar seating along the service corridor doesn't seem all that well placed?) but, at the end of the day, is essentially a chain coffee shop. The staff do their jobs well, but these days, Stumptown just doesn't quite seem as exciting as some of the newer, local upstart roasters available elsewhere around town.